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Old 12-05-2013, 07:01 PM   #1
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My friend had a dry shot setup on his 4.0 and he ended up totaling the car due to bad weather. Now he is trying to sell the kit and was wondering if it would be safe on a stock car if I was only going to do a 75 shot?
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My friend had a dry shot setup on his 4.0 and he ended up totaling the car due to bad weather. Now he is trying to sell the kit and was wondering if it would be safe on a stock car if I was only going to do a 75 shot?
On a GT?

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Or another 4.0?
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Old 12-05-2013, 09:25 PM   #3
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Sorry, its an auto GT.
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Sorry, its an auto GT.
You'll be good man, I recommend getting some new plugs & a tune
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Run wet
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Running wet makes me cold, unless it's summertime
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Running wet makes me cold, unless it's summertime
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My friend had a dry shot setup on his 4.0 and he ended up totaling the car due to bad weather. Now he is trying to sell the kit and was wondering if it would be safe on a stock car if I was only going to do a 75 shot?
I would say get a wet system instead. Much safer on these cars.
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