When a converter is modified to suit the use of nitrous oxide, how does it affect the way it drives when not on the gas? I'm looking at buying a C6 that a fellow has for sale with a 3500 stall nitrous converter. What is the difference to a normal 3500 stall?
The Noxide converter will be tighter off the juice and won't stall/flash as high as it would when you hit the button/(s). Depends on if that converter has been cut open and modified the stall speed. Outside of that a stall should be a stall. The Noxide concept is to not leave too much on the table given you make all the additional on the bottom with the button.