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Dry Shot VS. Wet Shot

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  • CB7 Sleeper
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    Originally posted by DejectedAngel View Post
    Mostly my car will be street and is my DD so il be going with a dry kit. Thanks for the input shadow D1sclaimer!
    im doing the same. D1sclaimer you were a serious help man, thanks alot.

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  • DejectedAngel
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    Mostly my car will be street and is my DD so il be going with a dry kit. Thanks for the input shadow D1sclaimer!

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  • CB7 Sleeper
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    i see, its more about what you want to spend. and if your car is more dedicated to track as opposed to street.

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  • D1sclaimer
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    Originally posted by DejectedAngel View Post
    What i was wondering if its better to get direct port injection?
    It all depends on how much you want to spend really.

    With direct port, your chances of a backfire are almost as small as having a dry nitrous backfire. Its not necessary for direct port unless you're doing over 100 (that is IMO only; theres people spraying more on a single nozzle just fine).

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  • Shadow1
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    Originally posted by DejectedAngel View Post
    What i was wondering if its better to get direct port injection?
    Originally posted by CB7 Sleeper View Post
    not sure?
    no. theres no point unless your gonna be putting the car for track purposes only. plus it'll cost you more because you have to drill holes in the intake manifold.


    a single jet into the intake will do fine

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  • CB7 Sleeper
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    Originally posted by DejectedAngel View Post
    What i was wondering if its better to get direct port injection?
    not sure?

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  • DejectedAngel
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    What i was wondering if its better to get direct port injection?

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  • CB7 Sleeper
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    thanks for the bump. look at the last posts for info, its all pretty much covered.

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  • DejectedAngel
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    Bump for this thread. Im also going with the same ZEX kit.

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  • CB7 Sleeper
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    im going 75 shot. ill look into a oem pump too.

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  • Shadow1
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    well just replace it with an OEM pump then. you'll be good with the stock one. i plan on spraying too. talk to RICHIE*GTR35 too. he's been on spray before he swapped. was on a 75 then moved to a 100 shot and did that for a year.

    with a 50-65 shot you should be good with 1 step colder plugs and retard the timing by a degree or two.

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  • CB7 Sleeper
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    well, my car has 258k miles on it, i want to replace the pump just to be safe. you never know how long its been on the car, and its good to get it out of the way asap so i dont have problems in the future. its more reliability than performance i think.

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  • D1sclaimer
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    Originally posted by rexload View Post
    why would you need to upgrade the fuel pump? a lot of people use the OEM honda pump even at around 300hp without any issues.
    Really? I figured it wouldn't flow much like most OEM fuel pumps. Thats good to know then and not required to upgrade if its true then.

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  • rexload
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    why would you need to upgrade the fuel pump? a lot of people use the OEM honda pump even at around 300hp without any issues.

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  • CB7 Sleeper
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    Originally posted by D1sclaimer View Post
    Basically, yeah. And make sure you have an upgraded fuel pump and your fuel lines are in good condition.
    Oh sorry, forgot to mention I'm going with walbro 255lph fuel pump. that should do it.

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