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AutoCelica Sep 5, 8:52am - #42489 

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Nos wet or dry?

i have a auto celica and i am thinking about getting nitrus but i dont know what brand and if it should be wet or dry. i kno that wet mixs better. which one is safer to use. ppl also say nitrus will not run with the sportshift auto.. is that true? let me get some feed back..

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Jamey Sep 5, 8:59am - #42490 

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Definitely a wet system. NX makes a very nice setup
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AutoCelica Sep 5, 9:06am - #42491 

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is there a web page for NX?

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Rice Sep 5, 9:08am - #42492 

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http://www.nitrousexpress.com

I've always been a fan of Venom nitrous systems myself, webpage: http://www.venom-performance.com/

But yeah, use a wet system and be careful!!
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AutoCelica Sep 5, 9:12am - #42493 

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THANKS

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Grand-Touring-Dan Sep 5, 9:51am - #42494 
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Definitely Wet. I prefer Nx over all of them. And yes you can use nitrous for an auto. If yo do a search, you will probably find answers to all of your questions. We have had a few major discussions about Nitrous.

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hondafighterGTS Sep 5, 11:31am - #42495 
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get nx wet kit

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redracer311 Sep 5, 11:55am - #42496 
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I thought that a read somewhere, I think on Nc.org that we had to use a wet system. Check out their Nitrous, Induction forum. newcelica.org for those who type nc.org and get info about the state.
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fastceli2001 Sep 5, 12:49pm - #42497 

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whats the advantage of a wet to a dry? i was planning on getting NO2 sometime soon and i liked the idea of putting a zex Air Filter/ NO2 thing instead of dealing with installing a wet system. also i only want to run a 35 shot.

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IcEd blUe Sep 5, 1:56pm - #42498 

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nitrous express...wet...35 shot...you can do 50 but...your pushin it
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Grand-Touring-Dan Sep 5, 2:08pm - #42499 
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35 shot is the safest. 50 shot is not pushing it, but is a little more risky. If you go direct port, I would always be on 50. now a 75 shot is pushing it. But the Nx kit is adjustable for 35-50-75.

As for a dry kit. YOu have to have a return fuel line, which we celi owners do not have. I think you may be able to get a custom one done, but wet kits are the safest anyways. Suit yourself.

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AutoCelica Sep 5, 3:29pm - #42500 

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i see. i understand. hehe

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