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    Default Will I have to change my ignition system?

    Most late model ignition systems are well suited for nitrous applications. In some higher HP cases, it may be advisable to look into a high quality high output ignition system with a built in spark retard.

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    Most late model ignition systems are well suited for nitrous applications. In some higher HP cases, it may be advisable to look into a high quality high output ignition system with a built in spark retard.
    Modern ignition systems do not need to be modified; they are fully compatible with nitrogen injection, but professional systems sometimes require modification of the ignition system.
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