I do not personally have any experience with nitrous, but I do know that if you have stock internals, it is not recommended to go over a 150 shot of nitrous. That's about all I can help you out with lol, sorry.
Purchase a wet kit as it will meter fuel according to engine needs. If you run a dry kit your just shooting nitrous into an engine. Although it may make you happy to begin with you will be stuck with an iron driveway trophy if you do not. Do your research dry vs wet before you purchase. There is a lot of benefit to using a wet kit. People who know like it wet.
I know yall probably get this question a lot , but whatever here it goes.... I just bought a ZEX Nitrous kit to go on my weekend car (95 Trans Am LT1) It has 160xxx miles on motor and i just had 3 valves replaced on it along with opti spark and timing chain, which snapped in half at...
I was wondering if it was safe to run wet nitrous though this throttle body. I tried my research but nothing solid came up.
It is a 58MM Holley LT1 Throttle Body
Is the actual picture from the eBay Listing
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