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Old 03-04-2013, 10:45 PM   #1
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Dry shot will a 04 handle a 200 shot

How much spray will a 2004 4.6 handle. I have a 150 dry shot now will the engine handle a 200 shot if it has factory internals. I recently purchased a 04 that's supposedly stroked.
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Old 03-04-2013, 10:59 PM   #2
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Dry is no good, wet is the way to go
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Old 03-04-2013, 11:05 PM   #3
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And why are you wanting a larger dose of NOS if you just started a thread complaining that you can't hook up?
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Old 03-04-2013, 11:06 PM   #4
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Is dry bad for it? I'm am new to stangs all my friends with LS1s told me dry hits harder that's what they run and if wets better for fords what kit do u recommend I am running a dry shot with a nozzle drilled right before my MAF with a 150 pill in it now. I am trying to see without tearing motor down the motor is supposably stroked I just bought the car it has twisted wedge heads and track heat intake I figured if it was stock internals I would have already scattered the engine with a 150 shot but it loves it I wanna try a 200 shot
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Dude you are sounding like such a troll, let's see some pics of this jet before the MAF and the 150 pill
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Old 03-04-2013, 11:21 PM   #6
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please do not start calling new members trolls. that is the only warning...

@OP..any pics of your setup. that could help us out
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Everybody just needs a abbazabba bar and chill out,,,
who in the world knows where I read that these modulars are better with dry, wierd cause it may have been a chevy mag or something along those lines, but I've always said dry shot is like inhaling a shot of vodka instead of drinking it,,, but its just me I've never used nitrous so my knowledge is in the negatives just my thought
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Everybody just needs a abbazabba bar and chill out,,,
who in the world knows where I read that these modulars are better with dry, wierd cause it may have been a chevy mag or something along those lines, but I've always said dry shot is like inhaling a shot of vodka instead of drinking it,,, but its just me I've never used nitrous so my knowledge is in the negatives just my thought
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Old 03-04-2013, 11:46 PM   #13
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We cant get too cocky with nitrous. wet kit is much safe with less horsepower while the dry kit is much more dangerous but gives you more power. tell your ls friends there just flirting with a blown engine just juicing it dry. But i wouldn't change anything on the motor till you find out what's been done to it for sure do your research on the car passed owner ask then about the car. If its stock internals and you go 200 shot or even 175 your engine can go boom if you have a bottom end kit, forged pistons colder plugs, better fuel pump, run octane. all that junk I'd go for wet 200 shot nx or zex make good kits on americanmuscle.com
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There is the picks I went out and took them just for u
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Nice, sorry about all of that. If I was you I would up your tire size and get a better feel on getting her to hook up before you up power even more
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Old 03-04-2013, 11:57 PM   #16
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It's cool man like I said I know nothing about stangs I bought this from a friend that is a loan officer at the bank and the car was repoed and I bought it its suppose to be stroked and I'm trying to see if it is I guess I will take it to be dynoed
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That would be your best bet, and if ya spend a little more cash you could even get it tuned and have it run stronger

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Stock Internals are only good up to 100 shot


Keep going til she blows ! " Yolo "
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