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Old 11-23-2015, 03:22 PM   #1
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75-100 shot

For those of you with nitrous experience , what would be the total cost after tune and all keeping it 75-100 dry shot .


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Yep he's just the guy I want to chime in haha


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I would go wet. I had a dry setup on my GTO for a very short time. Kinda sucked.

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I still can't figure out why people go dry over wet.

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I would go wet. I had a dry setup on my GTO for a very short time. Kinda sucked.

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Why did it suck ?


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I still can't figure out why people go dry over wet.

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Only reason I was favoring dry was because I feel like I can at least install dry myself . I don't know much about the fuel system so I don't wanna get into hot water . But I literally don't know jack about nitrous so who knows maybe it will be just as simple ? I'm open to any advice


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I still can't figure out why people go dry over wet.

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Because in theory it sounds better to get your added fuel from the injectors to eliminate distribution problems. But running a dry setup does makes the whole thing more complicated and expensive.

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Because in theory its better to get your added fuel from the injectors to eliminate distribution problems. But running a dry setup does makes the whole thing more complicated and expensive.

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Injector limitations. Tuning sucked with using the interface I had. It was just way more of a headache than just running a wet setup and changing out jets to adjust your fuel. And it wasnt consistent.

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Go with a wet kit. Get the nitrous outlet plate or the NX plate. They usually do deals around Black Friday.

To do it right with a tune your looking at around 2k+


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I still can't figure out why people go dry over wet.

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On the street. Usually to have a hidden kit. A Lot easier to hide vs a wet kit.
They are perfectly fine also, just have to address the fuel system


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Go with a wet kit. Get the nitrous outlet plate or the NX plate. They usually do deals around Black Friday.

To do it right with a tune your looking at around 2k+


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