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    First Time...

    What advice would you give me for my first time running nitrous...? and what is a good kit to buy? I'm only looking for about a 75-150 shot...

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    The car is a auto?
    I like NX kits due to there design and warranty. I would recommend staying with a wet kit and a plate style rather than a single nozzle up in the air tube.
    Yeah they work but not the best distribution.
    Have you done anything for traction yet?
    Don't be afraid of the bottle!!! Be afraid of your tune!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LS2Tuner View Post
    The car is a auto?
    I like NX kits due to there design and warranty. I would recommend staying with a wet kit and a plate style rather than a single nozzle up in the air tube.
    Yeah they work but not the best distribution.
    Have you done anything for traction yet?
    AUTO??? ME!!??? no I hav a 6-speed... I could never find the clutch in an auto... funny thing... ANYWAYS!!! I'm going to be doing a lot to the suspension BEFORE i do my motor work... but nothing's done yet... I'm just now putting it down for the winter...

    I would kinda like a kit that is concealed... don't want anyone to know i'm squeezin.. but if I can't then oh well...

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    ive heard dry kits are much easier to hide. harrisspeedworks is havin a good sale. just bought a dry kit for 260shipped!

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    whats the link ?

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    I could care less about hiding my kits. I'm not big into opening the hood everytime I hit the spot like it's show and tell.
    There is no reason for me to open the hood to show you squat!
    I'm sure it's different in different places.
    People know me and know damn well I'll be spraying anything I bring out to the street races anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackhawk01 View Post
    whats the link ?
    http://www.harrisspeedworks.com/shop...cat=365&page=1

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    +1 on Harrisspeedworks, Picked up my wet kit from them and im 110 percent satisfied.
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    with the introduction of our new Interface you can now run a dry kit and put the knozzle virtually anywhere you want without the worry of running too lean or too rich. you can place the knozzle after the Maf sensor or even run a dry direct port system. you can read more about it here...
    http://www.harrisspeedworks.com/shop...age=1&featured


    we also offer a nice plate system which could be used as either a dry or wet system..
    http://www.harrisspeedworks.com/shop...age=1&featured


    There's a special going on that you may wanna try to take advantage of..heres the link to that..
    HUGE Savings! HSW Super Holiday SALE!!!

    and like allways...our kits are customizable with hose colors and hose ends. let me know if ya have anymore questions.

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    Start with the small shot and get used to turning the system off and on so your are familar with everything, probably best to take it to the track so you dont have to worry about traffic , it is fairly simple though.

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