My input: Let the car breath before you put nitrous on it. At least I/E.
Also if you are going to leave the car all stock then dont waste your money on nitrous. Your clutch will slip and you will put less power down then your car makes to the wheels now.
You have to build up to nitrous you cant just throw it on a car and go. Nitrous is more harsh then even a turbo in that its an instant hit of a certain HP, not a gradual build up. You need to also think about the fact that you are adding more air into the motor via the nitrous which is letting the motor burn more fuel...but how is all this burnt up exaust getting out of the car fast enough with the sock exaust?
As for slicks...give that Idea up now! You probably couldnt even do a burn out to heat them up with the stock clutch. It would probably instantly heat up, slip, and glaze!
1993 Nissan NX2000
w/ 1998 SR20DET Avenir motor w/ so many mods it would be stupid to list them all and more coming!!!!!