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Need some help PLEASE!!

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    Need some help PLEASE!!

    I have a 01 WS6 M6 with 35,000 miles on it. I have a GMAF, lid, QTP cut-out and a K&N. I am looking at getting nitrous but am confused on what to get. I am looking at getting the Nitrous Dave's dual Dry shot with a window switch, purge, air fuel gauge, pressure gauge. I was thinking that would be a safe kit. If I went with this kit do I need to get anything else like plugs?

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    If you do a large dry shot. You will need to get larger injectors. A fuel pump is also recommended.

    Why not go with a NX wet kit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Blown Vert
    If you do a large dry shot. You will need to get larger injectors. A fuel pump is also recommended.

    Why not go with a NX wet kit?
    I was thinking a 100hp shot. I really did not want to go bigger then that. Should I go with a wet kit instead? It is so difficult to decide. I guess I just want something for the road and the once or twice a year I am at the track.

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    BTW
    You have a very nice car Ed..I bet that vert is just a beast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadazzTA
    I was thinking a 100hp shot. I really did not want to go bigger then that. Should I go with a wet kit instead? It is so difficult to decide. I guess I just want something for the road and the once or twice a year I am at the track.
    Everyone always says they will only shoot a small shot. But once your start using Nitrous, you will want more.

    I prefer a wet shot. Check out either the NX nozzle kit or the MAF kit. Make sure you get all the safety devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadazzTA
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    You have a very nice car Ed..I bet that vert is just a beast!
    Thanks, I remember saying that 500 rwhp was enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Blown Vert
    If you do a large dry shot. You will need to get larger injectors. A fuel pump is also recommended.

    Why not go with a NX wet kit?

    GO WET, more lines to run but much more safe, kinda. dont need a beefier fuel pump and you can use stock injectors.
    Add up the amount of money for injectors and a pump and you will be saving money by going wet.

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    Good Info. Ebay or Jegs here I come.

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    What plugs should I run with a 100 shot of dry or wet?

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    NGK TR6's

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    yeah get the NGKs..... they're really good for N2O

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    Ive got NGK tr6's and have never had a problem. Although I never once sprayed without them. I have a friend, name kurt with a 4.6 98 stang and spraying a 75 dry shot he completely melted his plugs. Switched to NGK tr6's and no problem whatsoever. Theyre not expensive either. Like $18.00 for a set of 8 I think

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    I tried changing the plugs in my old 01 black TA and it was a PAIN!!! Does anyone know if this tool will make the job any easier.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...RK%3AMEWA%3AIT

    This guy also just sells the socket...I wonder if that would work without the GM wrench

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