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Old 09-02-04, 05:19 PM
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I have all of the mods in my sig, and im thinking about spraying. Some people have said rx7's love spray, some say they hate it. I have never used Nitrous, so would it be worth it on my car? And if so, how big of a shot should I put? Also, wet or dry? I have absolutly no knowledge on this subject, so please help me. Thanks
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I've had a few dealings with them. For turbo cars i wouldnt recommend more than a 65 wet shot. Which if i remember right is 85+ft/lbs and 65ish hp. You would be impressed how much a difference a 50-65 shot makes even on a 400 hp car. Only do wet shot. Run it thru your haltech so it will retard the timing when on. makes it nice.

Na's ive seen do 150 wet shot.
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