Three years ago, when NitroFuel was just beginning to make its way onto the road, its owner, Scott Dann, decided to start a little competition.
The goal of the contest was to find out which engine fuel injectors would perform the best with a particular turbo engine.
To do this, Dann used an oil-based fuel injector to fuel the turbo engine with a mixture of oil and gas.
Dann then tested the fuel injectour to see which one would perform best with the turbo and to see if the combination of oil-and-gas fuel injectours would be as effective with a larger turbo.
As of March 2017, Dancings team has compiled the results of its four Nitro fuel injectortests.
The results are below.
The first three were fairly close and each injector performed better with a smaller turbo.
However, the fifth injector, the SRT Nitro-Fuel-Pro, performed the best when it was combined with a large turbo engine, and the results were almost identical to the three earlier tests.
The fourth injector used an SRT-16 turbocharger and was a winner.
It performed best with its larger turbo engine and also outperformed the other two injectors in the competition.
It was also the most reliable and fastest engine.
The 5.6L engine that we used in this review was the 5.4L that we tested last year.
The 5.5L engine, which is also a turbocharged version, was also tested in this test and did a pretty good job of pulling ahead of the Nitro engine.
The only nitro injector that did not perform as well with the 5,500-pound boost was the 2.4T, which performed poorly with the larger turbo, and it is not clear if it will be a problem for the S&P.
The engine was also a little more difficult to get to idle, but that is expected, since the nitro injection is designed for the low-slung engines that make up the majority of S&p’s sales.