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It doesn't really matter, just get two of the big ones, tonight.


lol sorry couldn't help myself. Dyoel's got it down.

I think that dry is typically safer/cheaper for n/a cars but turbo cars don't like it as much. Not sure.
 

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No no no, dry is not safer...

Dry is nitrous injected into the intake tract by itself.

Wet is nitrous injected along with fuel into the intake tract, this uses two solenoids.

When you use a wet kit, your chances of running lean are a lot less.
 
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SD6 has it spot on, Dyoel is close.

What Dyoel is reffering to is called Direct Port Injection, this involves running the nitrous and fuel mixed directly into the intake manifold.

Dry is what he said.

Wet is when you have both a fuel injector and a nitrous jet in the intake tube.

The only downside to wet is that you have a chance of the fuel predetonating in your intake manifold...Doesn't happen much, but I've heard of it happening.
 
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