Still not worth the money, just build on your existing drivetrain. A total build on the top 1/2 of the motor would yield some pretty bad ass results, top that off with headers, exhaust, 75 wet shot, & a tune = WIN
OBX headers if he has the LX9 motor, s/c or t/c would have to be all custom fabricated.What headers are available...and what about a turbo or sc?
If you're talking about putting a wet shot on a stock motor, then yes you can. The common misconception of nitrous is it always blows shit up, well yea if you don't do your research shit will blow up. You could put a 30 shot on it with 1 step colder copper plugs and probably get away with not having to remove any timing. I always recommend having a car tuned for any kind of power adders though.i would rather do the swap than deal with trying to put in a turbo from what ive heard on here lol...what would be involved with the wet shot? could i strap it on the stock system? i doubt it.
thanks for anymore input
A wet shot pulls fuel from your fuel rail and shoots it out the same nozzle as the nitrous, mixing the two before entering the cylinder. A wet shot is a lot safer due to your fuel injectors not having to overcompensate and play catch up for the added nitrous on a dry shot.Whats the difference between a wet shot and a dry shot?