Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Tinley Park, IL
A dry shot is easier to install, but the wet shot is a tad safer. I know there's not much tuning options with these G6's, but I'd personally never run nitrous without a tune for it first.
Also too, any shot will shorten the length of a motor. Not like it will blow up tomorrow or anything, but it won't last as long as a stock motor.
Just out of my own curiosity, why would you be racing a G6? Not like you could out run something worth running like a C6 or a 5th gen? I'm sorry if that sounds rude as I don't mean it that way. I came from a highly modded GTO and it was tough competition already, so I don't see a G6 ever having a chance.
Left a 421RWHP 2004 GTO, but honestly loving the G6 GT coupe!
87' white Firebird(sold)
01' green Grand Am SE2(traded for the 03')
03' orange Grand Am SC/T(totaled)
04' blue GTO(traded for the G6)
00' tan Montana(I swear, its the wife's)
06' black G6 GT Coupe