just got this off passion ford.
here's a vid of a corvette with 1070bhp AND 350 nos shot, In the video you will hear the car rev up real fast when the second stage of nitrous comes on... That is the point where the dyno "went out". So during this time, all the nitrous was getting sprayed into the intake manifold, but not all of it was being used due to the speed in which the motor was accelerating.... then the dyno decided to load up. Now all that unused nitrous has to go somewhere. due to fuel puddling and everything that can happen in a state like this (fuel is obviously heavier than N20), the mixture going into some of the cylinders was not ideal, thus causing a few cylinders to run too lean. That's when you can see pieces of pistons and spark plugs start coming out of the exhaust Corvette vid