i'm attempting the same thing. if you come up with anything let me know! i allready have a nx adj kit with the genx 2 accessory kit. i'm also going to install a msd window switch so that i can adj when it starts and shuts off. i'm going to start with the 35hp jets.
I was in the same place you are in a few months back with no real solid info. I was told people "CAN" use a dry kit. Then I consulted with several shops with reputable tuners here in San Antonio, and namely a buddy mine that is a shop owner in Sa that runs in Fun Ford with his lx hatch (9.30's). He said that the dry kit would cause a error in terms of vaccum. The boost would throw the nitrous kit (dry kit) off some how.
I went ahead and purchased a wet kit from Nitrous Works!
Here are some pics of my setup on my Novi/Nitrous'd stang: excuse the nitrous oxide systems bottle, it was a filled spare bottle I had on. I have my yellow bottle just haven't used it tooooo pretty!!! LoL!
I would seriously recommend a wet kit. I ran an 80 shot, and will probably venture to a 100 to a 125 shot if I get a wild hair up my a**... People will say that is crazy. I will tune it as best as possible to handle a few runs with such a setup. Besides I am wanting to buy a mod motor for the car or a new dart block :evil:
PM ME or EMAIL Me if you have any questions or need some help with this project you got.
very safe... Just up the ante in the fuel pressure dept. add 2-4 psi of fuel (more or less) depending on how your car likes it.
I was @ 40 psi of fp with the novi set up and I initially added
4 psi of fuel to it for the nitrous. The car didn't mind the extra fuel at all. Then I dropped it to 42 psi and the car loved it even more especially with the bottle.
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