I've run a NOS fogger system on my Cutlass for years... but there's a little bit of a difference between a built V8 and a 3.2 Honda motor... do we have custom HG's for running NOS - NO... do we have iron block and heads - NO... what we do have is stock HG's and aluminum alloy blocks and heads... I've ran nitrous on my V8's for years (and I know that I'll get the "But this isn't about V8's, get with the technology" diatribe from people), but (here's where I get assy about this, because I'm tired, had a rough day, and also found out that my turbo parts from Turbonetics were lost in the mail) how many engines have you rebuilt? Have you ever seen a Honda engine after running nitrous on it? Have you ever seen ANY engine after running nitrous on it? Have you even seen YOUR engine? (DV8, you need not respond to this series of questions...) Have you ever programmed FI? Have you... I'll stop there...
Look, I'm justt saying... from experience, once again, that when it comes to all of this stuff, for the most part I've been there done that, etc... etc... (albeit not with NOS on a Legend, so you all can keep your comments to yourselves...) I'm telling Kevon, from an investment standpoint, that it's not a good idea to run nitrous on his engine, before, or maybe even after, because Honda's run sleeved blocks, and when you put so much internal stress on them, they BREAK... simple as that...
I'm serious people... I know I'm still going to catch hell for this, but there's a reason that my car runs so well (for those of you that have seen it...) - because I take care of it... If you really want power, why don't you investigate solutions with companies like the one that Leon is trying to work with out of Atlanta, and also investigate the possibilities of:
HG's for higher compression
porting and polishing
Alot of you have ingenuity, but also many people seem to take the "I can throw NOS on my car and it'll help it out, because I don't want to get billet cams ground, or I don't want to have my heads removed and my valvetrain upgraded..."
Oh, and Bread... notice that you took that quote from Holley's site... they are a vendor... they want to sell you something... they want YOUR money... The next time you tell someone about nitrous and what it can do for their Honda, picture some stupid kid standing next to his Civic and me sitting there trying to explain to him why his headgasket blew and why he has a cam clanging against a stuck valve... this is the typical experience that I've had with Honda's and nitrous, and while many of you would never, ever hurt your most loved possession (hopefully your Legend), please don't advise someone with a ton of miles on his/her car to add additional stress to it.
(ok, I'm prepared to catch hell from Ricdogg, DV8, and anyone else that uses Nitrous... so let it all out guys...)