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DakGuy
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4/08/2002
09:29:15

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I got some codes on the My 2001 4.7l
P0300
P0301
P0302
P0111
Could you tell me what they are, if you need more info on the truck tell me what you need.

Thanks,
Guy




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4/08/2002
09:42:04

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P.S. I'm runninga 100HP wet shot of Nitrous and I think I need to change the spark plugs because it surges on the gas, I think the nitrous might be blowing the spark out because they are stock plugs. I also have an IAT adj. but I turned it off because I didn't know how it work with the Nitrous. What do you think ????????????



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4/08/2002
14:45:57

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Looks like multiple cylinder misfire with cylinder 1 and 2 misfire. P111 looks like a IAT code basicaly it is out of range. The IAT code may have been set from the IAT adjuster some '01s don't seem to like them. Here is a site to look up codes. OBDII codes

I don't know that much on NOS but I would suggest trying a 3922 or 3923 autolite plugs.

Bernd is the man for the NOS. Yo Bernd ya out there?

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DakGuy
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4/08/2002
15:06:03

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Your a good man CW, I tried Bernd this morning but no answer on the phone. I'll try him again later. It's still under waranty but, I'm not real impressed with the service at my dealer. I always felt better about fixing things myself anyway.

Thanks a Million,
Guy



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4/08/2002
15:52:39

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Where are you introducing the NO2 shot at? The Nitrous is probably cooling the intake charge to the extent that the IAT is out of range compared to the coolant temp. If you're running a wet set-up and 2 of the cylinders aren't firing, you need to find out why. The intake runners for the #1 & #2 cylinders are larger in the stock beer barrel intake. That also means that they don't flow at the same velocity as the other cylinders do. Less velocity for those two cylinders means that the fuel is able to puddle in the intake.... that's not a good thing. Have you done a plug check? Are some different colors or white versus brown when compared to each other? I would suggest narrowing up the plug gap for those two front cylinders at least if not all of them. A narrower gap reduces the resulting plug temp, but allows it to fire under more adverse conditions. The stock coils aren't cabable of firing an excessively rich mixture at rpms so anything you can do to make it easier for them will definately help. You could possibly have a couple of coils that are weaker than the others, but it would be way too much of a coincidence to have both of them be in the #1 & #2 positions.



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4/08/2002
16:11:39

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I have the HomeMade intake and the sprayer nozzle is in the portion of the intake that runs parralel with the dash about 8" from the 90 that feeds the throttlebody. I will check to see if they are different when I get home tonight. I'm going to replace them but with what 3922 or 3923?? I'm glad to have some help here puddles of gas are not good.........

Thanks for the help You guys are great,
Guy



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4/08/2002
19:55:26

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kinda sounds like the no2 is to cold, do you have a bottle heater



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4/08/2002
23:36:37

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hey DakGuy, how does it run with a 100 shot. I was thinkin about getting a NX kit for my 2001 4.7. But I think i would only run a 75 shot at the max. What kinda setup you got? THANKS!

'01 RC 4.7 5spd



DakGuy
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4/09/2002
07:39:33

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I do have a Bottle heater, but I was under the impression that it's sole purpose was to keep the pressure with in operating range.

kicker01-I put the kit together myself so there are several different brands involved but they are all compatible. My brother bought the NX kit for his Maxima and it was $900+ all together.



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4/11/2002
21:42:33

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dakguy the p0300 is multiple cylinder misfire, p0301 is cylinder#1 misfire p0302is cylinder#2 misfire and p0111 is a sensor but its not in my book,sorry



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4/15/2002
18:02:35

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Ok, I had 2 melted sparkplugs........... But the rest were good. Changing the Spark Plugs fixed the problem though. I think that happened when it was a dry shot............ any input.



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4/15/2002
20:02:50

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May have been from the dry shot. What did you replace them with?

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dan
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4/15/2002
23:17:33

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I think he replaced them with spark plugs.

(sorry CW, I had to do it) LOL



DakGuy
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4/16/2002
07:47:15

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3923 gaped @ 35-37 the stock gap was 45-50, I'm guessing that was why it got so hot. I've been running it for 2 days and no codes yet even with the nitrous. I love the way the motor is designed, it was so easy to change the plugs.

P.S. I smoked some guy in a 6 spd. Camaro yesterday so it's running pretty good...



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4/16/2002
20:27:39

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Haha smarta$$. Yes reducing the gap is a good thing as well.

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DakGuy
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4/17/2002
07:42:49

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By the way can you tell me anything about the cams yet, and did the rear shocks helpout with traction



CW
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4/17/2002
09:23:01

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The cams helped out on my truck. More power down low and at least as much on top. The shocks help tame some of the wheel hop and alot of body lean on quick cornering. They are quite stiff though. I maily bought them for the trailer I tow. Edlbrocks would probably be a better choice. Matt Barret is going to try the cams we will see what success he has with them.

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