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Old 7th March 2006, 18:25   #16
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OT: If u can fit NOS on a kine, why hasn't an RD with NOS raced yet??
theres still so much more power that you can extract extract without resorting to NOS.
its not the end-all of drag racing as people think.

nitromethane would be a better option,if you can source it from somewhere.
methanol would be more convenient here though.
thats what the serious fellas abroad run their bikes on
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I've blown two yam engines using toluene. !!
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Ps-think about the power to weight ratio!!! and if your thinking ron chinoy,then you are wrong![/quote]

hmmm i know the tuner hes givin it to guys.... can giv u a hint... he is the only tuner in karntaka with a dynojet setup. a renowned kini mek and tuner. the thing bot the 15sec run is true.wait and be amazed is all i can say
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nitromethane would be a better option,if you can source it from somewhere.
methanol would be more convenient here though.
thats what the serious fellas abroad run their bikes on
Methanol is mandatory abroad as it is considered a safe fuel, however when it comes to nitromethane, I would suggest that you rethink as it requires only half (approx) the amount of air as compared to petrol, hence your porting and airflow's will have to be recalculated.

As for NOS, make sure you have a good chamber with a great stuffing pulse for a gr8 time.
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Methanol is mandatory abroad as it is considered a safe fuel, however when it comes to nitromethane, I would suggest that you rethink as it requires only half (approx) the amount of air as compared to petrol, hence your porting and airflow's will have to be recalculated.

As for NOS, make sure you have a good chamber with a great stuffing pulse for a gr8 time.
And a high enough octane fuel to go with
My bike on a comparitively low compression ratio as compared to the group C bikes doesnt run on anything below 97.

For NitroMethane, half the amount of air or twice the amount of petrol.
Even methanol would require major jetting changes for that matter.
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binz - did this kinetic ever come through or did you find a new bike or car to play with
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As a matter of fact,the kine is getting re-done .. new paint et all,but this time the bike would be completely stock,im looking at a factory condition.

Bike never got anything more than a k&n and a port-job.Lack of finances was the main reason.Not enthusiasm.

Yes i did get something new to play with,..see my gallery!
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Binz.. all the best on this crazy project. I hope this is for SpeedRun Blg. as I am going to be there for sure for this one.
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Binz.. all the best on this crazy project. I hope this is for SpeedRun Blg. as I am going to be there for sure for this one.
Read:but this time the bike would be completely stock,im looking at a factory condition
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