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post #11 of 41 (permalink) Old 02-15-2008, 09:08 AM Thread Starter
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So if i was planning to run a 50hp fogger shot with a WOT on my 07 SS/NA would i be ok? Id been planning on it for awhile but any input from you would be appreciated.
You should be fine with a 50 shot. As I said in the write up run a 25 shot a few times to get used to it then step up to the 50 shot. When that 50 shot kicks your car is going to torque steer like a mofo and you want to be ready for it.
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That seems like pretty sound advice. Thanks alot!

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Hey IMA whats your opinion on the sneaky pete system? I found one that is super cheap. its adjustable from 25 to 75 shot. i have the 2.2
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Hey IMA whats your opinion on the sneaky pete system? I found one that is super cheap. its adjustable from 25 to 75 shot. i have the 2.2
I've got no problems with it. I know a couple guys running those.
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THe thing is, i think its a dry system. do i need to tune b4 i spray this down the intake tube? also systems like this, do they require the nozzle before the MAS?
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You will definitely have to tune if it's a dry system. I would not spray before the sensor simply because it can foul up the sensor. A good kit will have a way to intercept the signal to the ECU to tell it there is a denser charge coming into the engine and compensate for that. That way you don't have to spray before the sensor.
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The sneaky pete kit is a very simple kit with hardly anything other than a solenoid, lines, nozzles and a 2lb bottle.
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so how do you tune the ecu to compensate for the extra nitrous air coming in? I want to install a dry 50 shot in my 2.2 but I have no idea how to add the extra fuel at WOT when I spray? Can anyone please help?



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so how do you tune the ecu to compensate for the extra nitrous air coming in? I want to install a dry 50 shot in my 2.2 but I have no idea how to add the extra fuel at WOT when I spray? Can anyone please help?
With that small of a shot, you really don't need to tune for nitrous.. but go with a wet shot for sure! I have heard horror stories with dry shots



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