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Frequently Asked Questions...

Couple questions about Nitrous for my car?

For a 4 cylinder engine...

What preparation for the engine would be necessary if a 100 shot or 150 shot of nitrous was installed? I know if i just did a 50 shot that the stock parts can handle it.
(This would all be professionally installed and tuned)

Also do nitrous kits have everything needed or are more additional parts needed? such as this kit:

And last, can someone tell me more about wet and dry systems and the advantages and disadvantages of each?

No negative answers, just ones which will help. Thanks

Best Answer...


For a 4 cylinder engine, you may want to go to forged pistons, connecting rods, and crankshaft if you are going over 100 horse power. This is a must if you are going to 150+ horse power.

Also, you need to make sure the rest of the drive train is up to the task. Your drive train is only as good as its weakest link. Make sure the clutch, transmission, differential, and axles are up to the task. Install stronger parts as necessary.

In higher horse power applications, a wet system is better. A wet system adds more fuel to the mixture. A dry system depends on the fuel injectors to add the additional fuel. In higher horse power applications, a dry system may not be able to keep up with the additional fuel requirements and may lean the engine out. This could cause burned valves or pistons.

The additional fuel from a wet system will make more power.