Dry or wet

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 351inside, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. 351inside

    351inside New Member

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    Well guys i have i nitrous bottle, lines, purge, and bottle warmer that i just bought, its a dry shot, but i was wondering if its better to go with a wet shot or a dry shot??? I'm only going to spray a 50 or 75 shot (not sure yet) which one would be better for the car???? Which will give me torque and horsepower????thanks for all the help you guys
     
  2. OnyxCobra

    OnyxCobra Legend

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    I am no nitrous expert but I believe wet is better for the car because it reduces the chance of you going lean when you spray. My understand though is it has to be hooked up to a wide open throttle switch to prevent it from pooling in your intake.