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Old 08-23-2008, 08:00 PM   #1
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I'm thinking about getting a 50 shot of nitrous. I dont know what type to go with. Anybody got any opinions on what type is the best bet for me?
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I once said I was only going to spray a small shot on my car.

It's so easy to change a jet...you'll change your mind soon


IMO, dry plate kit w/ the Harris Speed Works Interface.
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A 50 shot isn't even worth the money. I'd bump it up to at least 100.

I went with a dry kit from HSW with the interface/microedge controllers and plan to spray 150.
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HSW dry for the win!
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TNT Wet nitrous is also good. But yea 50 shot. Youll barely feel that. You will swap that jet in a heartbeat. Your car can handle a 150 safely.
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Yeah I may go with a 100 shot instead.
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i would say 175-200 rwhp shot is the max you want to go, and progress it in over like .5 or something.
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Everyone says they will start with a small shot. I started with a 75 and ended up running a direct port 400 shot. Love the spray.
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Yeah I may go with a 100 shot instead.
Ha ha, he's already upping the number and doesn't even have a kit yet.
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Yeah Im just keeping my options openned.
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any plate kit would be great for your application. wet or dry. If you go wet you don't have to upgrade your injectors saving you almost 300, but you still need a fuel pump either way to be on the safe side.
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