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It is a nozzle type wet kit. Will it work on the supra? I assume it would, but want to be sure. I'd have to figuer out the jettings for it I assume.
 

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sureshot1 said:
it will work :bigthumb:

Giddy up. That's what I wanted to hear.

Do most people not running direct port run a wet or a dry shot?
110 octane or just pump on 17lbs with a full fuel system?
Spray from say 3k rpm to 6k rpms?
 

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Before I got direct port, I had a wet kit. I'm not so sure about who runs what kit more, but I can tell you why they may choose either or. People that run wet kits feels they are safer because of the extra fuel being delievered with the nitrous. People that run dry kits feels that they are safer because of nitrous backfire. These are just some of the reasons. there are plenty more. I know people that run both...

I would say to be on the safe side, use the 110!! Are you running stock twins? what shot are you planning to run?

From 3 to 6 is fine. I wouldn't go below 3.

Have fun :D
 
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