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Glad to see a nitrous thread! Questions:

Why wet perfered over dry?

When using the WOT switch, how does the system work? When should you arm the system?

Give any other detail that may help. Thanks.
 

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with a wet kit you tap fuel directly off of your fuel rail.
with a dry kit you cannot get more fuel to the engine!! this is because of the return-less system that we have. Normal on a dry kit you use the fuel pressure regulator to BOOST pressure to you fuel injectors therefore adding fuel. again, we dont have a fuel pressure regulator so it doesnt work with this car.
 

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BUT, if you buy a wet-kit, you'll want to buy the parts neccesary to put it on. Other than a fuel pressure regulator I think you need some thingy to hok the tubey into the fuel rail; i.e.: a new fuel rail?
 

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hydrohopper said:
Glad to see a nitrous thread! Questions:

Why wet perfered over dry?
WET. I think the reasons are obvious (i.e. fuel).

When using the WOT switch, how does the system work? When should you arm the system?
Basically with a WOT microswitch, that very microswitch is hooked up to spray when you hit WOT (i.e. pedal to the floor), once you've activated/turned on the system. You can arm the system whenever you want, so long as you are careful not to hit WOT at too low of an RPM. I think the general rule is not to spray any lower than 3-3.5k RPM's.

Give any other detail that may help. Thanks.
General rules are: Don't spray in 5th. Don't spray for longer than 15 seconds (who does that anyway? LoL). If you're launching w/a WOT system, careful not to hit WOT upon launching, you'll spin for days.
 
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