in the process MUHAHAHHAAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHHAH:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:Would anyone have any experince on either the wet or dry kits,
http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product2_10001_10002_759973_-1do you have a link to the part they have for the CTS?
I've installed one on a GP. It's a simple install. Do you plane to install it your self? Is your 3.2L SC or NA?I am thinking ZEX for my GP not my CTS , I can get a kit installed for 700 CDN for my GP , I was just wondering if anyone had any experiince with it
explain more about how the intake behaves pleasewell the 3.2 has a dual intake throttle body but it behaves like a single intake. with a dry kit you want to spray before the MAF so the engine sees the very cold temps and adds fuel to the mix to keep the engine from running lean.
yeah i know that but if you were to run a wet puddeling would most likely occour and a dry kit would most likely run lean and since our cars cant be tuned there is no cure for the dry kit leaning out and causing detonation.well take a look at it, its two throttle bodies with a linked butterfly valve, there are two intake pipes going into them but there is a single source for the air. for a dry kit you would place the nozzle after the filter but before the Maf.
i am just going off what i have learned from nitrous forums and the tuner shops i have talked to. I am not an expert but it does make sence. The maf does adapt but does it can run lean on a 35 shot even from what i heard. Id rather have the exact a/f ratio rather then put alot of stress on my babyI've know several guys who've run dry kits without a tune. The only changes they made was running a cooler plug & they didn't have any issues. The whole idea of a dry kit is to let the cars computer adjust the fuel from the readings it gets from the MAF. What kind of cars have you seen them running lean on?
Of course I'm talking about a somewhat small shot, like 100 or less. Higher than that you might start running into issues & need larger injectors and/or a tune.
oh yes their will be pics of carnage LOLI'm by no means an expert either! I ran a 5177 dry kit on my LS1 for a little while, but it had a cam that was perfect for juice, larger fuel injectors & a custom tune. I only ran a 75 shot because I was already putting down over 400 rwhp without it & didn't think my stock 10 bolt would hold much more. Back in college when I worked at Auto Zone, we put a 75 shot dry kit on my supervisor's (leased) 2001 4.0 Ranger Edge. That thing would take a stock Mustang in the 1/8th all day long!
Either way you go, dry or wet, be sure you get solid advice from a pro! Make sure you get all the safety switches/pills they recommend & don't try to take short cuts. We don't want to see any Caddy carnage on here! (although the pics might be cool)