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Offline 2fast4ubusa

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« on: August 16, 2004, 01:38:25 AM »
What is the difference between dry NOS and wet NOS and what are the benefits?
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« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2004, 01:43:44 AM »
a dry nitrous kit uses fuel from your fuel injecter and injects nitrous into your airbox across a intake air temp sensor most of the time. the bike senses the cold air charge and adds more fuel.

a wet kit injects fuel and nitrous together. so you meter the amount of fuel you want. The advantage is on larger shots you do not need to to change injectors. disadvantage is you need a seperate fuel pump for the system. if you use a fogger nozzle for ech cylinder you also have an advantage on a wet kit of equal distribution for each cylinder.


now this info is from my experience with cars so I might be a little off base on busa's but the principle is the same.
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