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Old 04-01-2008, 08:55 AM   #1
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Default plz check my mods...is it safe to run any n20?

my mods are below....would it be safe to run a 50 or a 100 shot...i want nothing more than 50 or 100 until i forge...my cousin is pushing me towards a dry system...but i was always under the assumption that wet is somehow better...any advice would be appreciated!!
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Sure you could run a shot in that range. A dry shot would be very simple to run, while it can prove to be a little harder to tune a dry shot does have a lot of advantages over wet.
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I would spray 100 shot... just make sure it's tuned well, and your injector duty cycle isn't too high.
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Yes I would agree with these guys and say go with a 100 dry...
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My vote would be 150 wet. Just get a 255 pump
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yea i have a 255 walbro pump sitting around...with the dry what size injectors should i make sure i have?
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I have Lucas 42lb injectors, which I think is overkill for now, but will keep me from having to upgrade when I do heads/cam/etc. Since you already have a 255 pump, wet might be a better option for you. Good luck.
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I think 42's would be good for 100 dry and your mods.
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