Northwest Members - Wet kit... good or bad idea?
06-21-2005, 06:08 PM
Was thinking about a nos wet kit, TSP has them on sale right now. Looking for experiences its a tnt 75-150 kit I think for $650. I was going to use a window switch. I know I'll need a cam change and I have 5.3 heads on the way. good idea bad idea? Really want a turbo setup but cant afford it.
Just make sure you get all the safety equipment and other stuff (WOT & window & arm switch, bottle heater) and remember to clean your plugs real good before you start spraying..
06-21-2005, 09:17 PM
cam should still be fine for the nitrous although a exhaust bias would definitely help a little. And as long as you run the right plugs (2 heat ranges colder gapped to around .035") and pull some timing (maybe 4 degrees) you will love it.
I also suggest you look at the ramchargers timing tuner though as it will act as a window switch, timing tuner all in one.
06-22-2005, 12:21 PM
Ok looking at the TNT kit at Texas Speed and Nitrous Dave has a special right now as well. Which kit should I go with? The only thing I dont like about the "dave " kit is the bellows. I'd rather have a solid ring holding my nozzles. What does nitrous do to rubber? But he says the iceman solenoids are the best as well as thew shark nozzles. Not sure which to go with?
06-22-2005, 03:30 PM
I'd go with Nitro dave. He's been in the business for 25+ years and will bend over backwards to make sure you are happy with your order.
06-22-2005, 04:44 PM
Went with Nitrous Dave.. great guy to talk to on the phone, worked with me on pricing for all the goodies needed to run safe, went w/black bottle, nx switch, window switch w/1st gear lockout, heater, fpss, purge, new plugs. Sheeesh! heads and nitrous instal next week!
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