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Old 02-05-2013, 09:29 PM
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98 SH N20 question

So, I need some input. I'm not sure whether to buy the Zex safe shot which is a wet kit, or a zex dry kit. One is $150 more than the other. My questions are, with the zex dry kit can i lower the shot to a 35 shot and if so how? And, is a wet shot not reliable due to the fact that it could lean out? Thanks in advance!
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Re: 98 SH N20 question

.. and why do you want to run nos in your lude?
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Re: 98 SH N20 question

because he wants to go fast
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Re: 98 SH N20 question

You all obviously know nothing about nitrous. Go read and inform yourselves a little bit.

To the op, you can definitely lower the shot. Just get yourself a 35 jet. I would go with a wet shot no matter what size jet you use. Its always been considered more reliable than dry shots. But you really cant go wrong either way. A 35 shot isnt much at all so just go with whichever you prefer(wet or dry)
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You all obviously know nothing about nitrous. Go read and inform yourselves a little bit.

To the op, you can definitely lower the shot. Just get yourself a 35 jet. I would go with a wet shot no matter what size jet you use. Its always been considered more reliable than dry shots. But you really cant go wrong either way. A 35 shot isnt much at all so just go with whichever you prefer(wet or dry)
Thank you for the response, to everyone else, don't reply unless you're actually answering my questions. I can do what I want to my prelude because it's MY prelude.
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Re: 98 SH N20 question

No prob bro. For some reason ppl in the prelude community think that nitrous is the devil. Not all ppl, but alot.
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Re: 98 SH N20 question

I ran a 90 wet shot on my 93 single cam auto lude and wow that was fun that motor loved it and drastically improved 1/8 mile times. But that had iron sleeves factory so i wasnt worried about blowing it up. i would go with a little bigger shot, a 35 isnt going to make that big of a difference maybe get different size jets and try them out see what you like just dont go to big. i would stay away from the dry shot.
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