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I have a 1992 Coupe with a fully forged 306, E303, AFR 185 heads, Procharger P-600b running 9 psi, etc.... Thinking about putting about a 100 shot of nitrous on it. Will this be a ticking tomb bomb???? If not wet shot vs dry shot???? What setup to use?????
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You shouldn't have an issue running a wet shot with the Procharger and a forged bottom end. I ran a 75 shot on my Procharged GTO for a while and that was on the stock bottom end. Make sure the tune is right, go a step colder on the plugs, monitor AFR and run a FPSS.
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