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Old 02-13-2007, 07:51 PM   #1
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Question what would be best?

I have a 2001 mustang GT with cold air intake and cat back exhaust and i want to run a 100 wet shot. I plan on buying the dyno tune wet nitrous kit and a window switch, bottle heater, bottle pressure guage, fuel pressure cutoff switch, and 1 step colder spark plugs. does that sound safe and reliable? will it even work on my returnless fuel system? i cant afford to dyno tune it i was just going to run 93 even tho it only requires 87 octane. maybe even add a bigger fuel jet. what do u think.


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Sounds like you have everything covered. You need to make sure the tune is accurate. If you can not afford to tune it wait until you can before spraying. If you can not afford to do it right you can not afford to replace the motor either.
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I agree, at the least, start small and log your parameters to make sure your ok.
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