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1) I need some help from a fellow 6er in the basics of nitros systems, such as what is the difference between a wet and dry system, and when to use each. Also Fogger systems and such, what does it all mean?

2) Next, I am driving a modest 96 2.0L mtx, with 76,000 miles on it. I have a couple of basic mods like front and rear struts, a short throw, and am rolling on 18's. Would i have to rebuild my engine ( if so what exactly would i need to redo) and if not what should i do to prep my engine before adding juice?

3) Finally, sorry to be such a [email protected]$$, but are there any systems in particular that I should look into buying. hit up the post above.
Thanks for all of your help
17 year old-Cash
 

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Re: Who is the smartest person on this site, if you are close help!

Cash232 said:
1) I need some help from a fellow 6er in the basics of nitros systems, such as what is the difference between a wet and dry system, and when to use each. Also Fogger systems and such, what does it all mean?

2) Next, I am driving a modest 96 2.0L mtx, with 76,000 miles on it. I have a couple of basic mods like front and rear struts, a short throw, and am rolling on 18's. Would i have to rebuild my engine ( if so what exactly would i need to redo) and if not what should i do to prep my engine before adding juice?

3) Finally, sorry to be such a [email protected]$$, but are there any systems in particular that I should look into buying. hit up the post above.
Thanks for all of your help
17 year old-Cash
There's a FI section and a search feature. Surely both of these would yield results. My next guess is that 18 inch rims are not a performance mod in any way since they probably just weight more.
 

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A wet kit injects fuel as well as N20.

A dry kit Injects only N20 and is less safe and cheaper.. and as a rule of thumb you cant/shouldn’t inject as much n20 (IE les power)

a fogger system has a jet that sprays into the inlet/air intake of the motor (not direct injection in to the Cylinder )

And you only have to mod the motor if you are going to inject a huge shot .. im assuming you are not going for a genuine track only car yea?.. so if you keep the shot small (I don’t know what the max is for the 4 Pot but the V6 is about 75 on stock motor) you should be OK..

I think in your part of the globe the ZEX kit is the go .. it is more idiot proof than the ones we get..
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something that doesn’t have to spool up.. @-
 
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