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e_degala
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e_degala Mar 5, 10:11am - #117043 

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wet or dry nitrous

what is the difference between wet & dry nitrous?

thanks...

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skdmorse
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skdmorse Mar 5, 1:15pm - #117044 

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Wet system... Combines gas with the nitrous before it enters your system.

Dry system... Just nitrous sent into your system.

In a 7th gen Celica you have to use a wet kit...
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Speed4TheNeed Mar 5, 5:55pm - #117045 

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Originally Posted by skdmorse
Wet system... Combines gas with the nitrous before it enters your system.

Dry system... Just nitrous sent into your system.

In a 7th gen Celica you have to use a wet kit...


ditto. they say in the 7th gen gts to use a wet system..something about compression when your engine hits lift.

i've heard that if you have a gt, though, that a dry system will do ok. thumbsup

according to nosnitrous.com, a 1.8L engine should be able to safely have a 30 shot system with hardly any extra wear on your engine (just fyi.) thumbsup
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