Torque Cars

Nitros ?

Discussion in 'TT Forums' started by Auditech, 27 March 2014.

  1. Auditech

    Auditech Full member

    Riga Latvia
    Audi A6 TT Quattro
    Be sure....IF you think Nitros is some kind of "Magic"....think again 1
    There is so many PROPER things mechanically that should be done first....
    My 40+ years as an engine builder ....I have learned a trick....or2.
    The big thing with Nitros ...among others is the Camshaft
    You Need one with a LONGER exhaust opening time to get the complete "charge"out of the cylinder.
    Go into Competition Cams....check out for lets say ..."small block" many different Nitros cams are offered just for this model
    IF in up their "tech"line....tell them what you are up to.....
    Also...Be SURE you have perfect bores, rings bearings....etc...or be sure of a Massive explosion !!
    obi_waynne likes this.
  2. old-git

    old-git Moderator

    Elan & Robin Hood
    Agreed. My friend's 351 Cleveland V8 in his Ford Pop was built for nitrous, including a nitrous cam. The main problem with these cams, however, is they need nitorus to work properly so are not a good choice for road cars where gas isn't used very often.

    However, nitrous works pretty well using standard cam profiles so, unless you are building a serious track/strip car it is probably best to stick with these.

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