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i was just wondering what kinda of fuel setup you guys using wet shots are using? i was looking at maybe getting the NX wet kit for my 2004 SRT. here is my delima. i want to get atleast 275whp on the stock turbo NO SPRAY. i figure if i get all the major boltons (S1, AGP WGA, MBC, turbo back exhaust, hard pipes, CAI, Intercooler, etc) i should be able to acheive that number on the stock turbo. but what am i going to need to do to my fuel system to make sure im getting enough fuel when im spraying nitrous? im shooting for around 350+whp when spraying. if i keep the S1 injectors, and just get a walboro 255lph fuel pump, with the NX wet kit, can i safely achieve these numbers, or get close? or am i going to need more fuel mods?
 

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if i keep the S1 injectors, and just get a walboro 255lph fuel pump, with the NX wet kit, can i safely achieve these numbers
You can do it bone stock man. The OE pump is good to low 300s easily. Just follow the jetting for 58psi and you will be good to go.
 

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i tapped into the schreader (sp) valve at the end of the fuel rail with a special fitting available from NAPA, then used a union to adapt that fitting to the braided line and ran it right to the fuel selinoid. i have a fuel psi guage and i just watch it to make sure i'm running safe fuel pressures. this makes the fuel part of the install a snap and if you ever need to, its alot easier to pull the system out and take it in for dealer/warrenty work.

as for your HP aspirations, i see no reason why the stock setup could not handle 325hp. you are talking about putting in the welboro pump you will be fine for sure. i'm running a 75 shot on stock system with only and intake. the car runs like a dream under spray. when i had my 50 shot nozzels in i got it dynoed. did 273hp at the wheels. it had a 57 @ wheel HP increase from stock dynoed HP of 216.

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