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ok i have been pondering on the suggestions yall have gave me. i was going to buy some weld pro stars and slicks and yall have talked me into other things. so, i am going to buy these http://www.ebay.com/itm/290666181967...84.m1423.l2649 and then buy DR's for the wheels i have now and then a nitrous kit. so here is my question should i go wet or dry? i was thinking about a 100 shot. so with my car is running 9.60's and 14.80's now and could prally get it to 14.50's just practicing my launches. what would my car run with et streets and say a 100 shot? or what shot should i run and what times to expect?
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Dry shoots right into intake prior to fuel mixture, wet shoots into the fuel getting ready to shoot into the combustion chamber
A wet shot injects fuel and N20. There is a seperate solenoid for both. I recomend reading the stickys above. Some nice general info in there.
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