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Theres a shop here they are called Power pros here in So.cal They have a 50shot nitrous kit for sale for 425$ I don't know the brand, but for basics to safely run a 50shot

What aftermarket parts do you recommend?
injectors/fuel management
Tune?

D15B Vtec Obd-1 P28ECU in EF/ED Chassis



if they apply for the rules as a turbo kit around 7-10psi w/ t4/t3 turbo
then I have a good idea.
 

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Dry kit.

but i'm debating if I should just wait a few more months and install a turbo
I only drive hard on weekend nights so the car is well maintained.
 

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Fuck, if you live somewhere there's no winter or if you only summer drive it, throw in NGK R5671A-9s. They're beast, and as long as the engine is warm they work great.
 

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Injectors, tune, fuel pump, "7" range NGKs, preferably the racing ones. (I can't remember the darn part number, but I should since I have a bunch sitting around.)
I got some ngk's already. i'll buy some aftermarket injectors or fuel pump if you or anyone has any spare that works great.
 

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Also NGK TR-6s are a good nitrous plug... Run em in everything we've ever sprayed...
As for a dry kit, I don't reccomend it for anyone. IMO every vehicle I've seen ends up with a loss of compression after a while...
 

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Setting your motor up for nitrous then running it stock most of the time is like begging for your rings to go kaput... Just take the time to get a turbo and build your motor up to run it.
 

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a wet 50 shot could be done fairly safly on a completely stock motor, a wet kit has 2 selonoids one for nitrous and one for fuel....so it is self fueling and you could just spray it.....over a 50 i'd say you need to tune because of timing

with a dry kit it has no fueling so even a small shot requires tuning

wet > dry

and yes the sniper kit is a wet kit

the difference between that kit and the highflow kits which cost twice as much is the tank will only support a 100-125 shot at most, and the selonoids have a brass base instead of a stainless base....and the selonoids flow slightly less iirc

its designed for the average user...the guy who just wants a 35-75 shot for some fun.....most other kits cater to those with purpose built nitrous cars
 

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round 2 with pics <- highlight, right click, left click on copy, click search, click in the search feild, right click, left click paste, then hit enter....

i have a thread with my nitrous install, ittle give you a idea what to expect, no ripper vids, but i had a 65 shot on my stock z6 and loved it..
 
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