99 Cobra NOS

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What kind of kit should I get it I want a150 shot of NOS for my Cobra? Dry or Wet?
 

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Cobra99 said:
What kind of kit should I get it I want a150 shot of NOS for my Cobra? Dry or Wet?
I wouldn't go with a 150 shot, the internals aren't strong enough :(
 
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Go wet for sure. And you could get by with 150 shot and be safe if you ran colder plugs and good gas but you would need to be tuned for it otherwise it may not be safe. I would start off with a 75 shot of wet and Jet it up from there because your gonna have to figure out wich fuel jets to use depending on what the weather is. N20 is a very good thing if you use it in the right ways. Just my 2 cents :biggthump But always make sure your using race gas while spraying just to insure nothing happens
 

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Cobra99 said:
100 shot then?
50-75 shot, I had a 99 Cobra and considered all my options,
was planning on a blower and figured 8 lbs would be the max,
(thats I'd feel safe with)

I am sure more members will chime in, but thats my opinion :dunno:
 
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I have always been a fan of the Zex kit even though I know alot of people dont like it but thats the kit I would go with
 

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I have always been a fan of the Zex kit even though I know alot of people dont like it but thats the kit I would go with
we just installed that kit on our buddys 2003 GT, and it is a nice kit :biggthump
(and very pretty too) :p
 
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CobraSusie said:
we just installed that kit on our buddys 2003 GT, and it is a nice kit :biggthump
(and very pretty too) :p
Yea I just like how the only way it sprays is at wide open throttle and the kit looks nice under the hood too :D
 

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I had a 150 shot on my 01 and it blew the shit out of the motor. You should be fine with the 150 as long as you upgrade the fuel pump, that was my mistake. It was fine on the dyno and then as soon as it hit the track it could not keep up. Just be careful.

Todd
 

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01Sleeper said:
I had a 150 shot on my 01 and it blew the shit out of the motor. You should be fine with the 150 as long as you upgrade the fuel pump, that was my mistake. It was fine on the dyno and then as soon as it hit the track it could not keep up. Just be careful.

Todd

I ran a 150 shot on my 97 for 4 years! When we pulled the engine apart, looked like brand new! It's how you use it that depicts how long it will last. If you know and understand it, it will last! Nitrous backfires are a common problem with common folk running wet shots...IE: Dumping the clutch at 5k and the rpms drop to 2k and you're spraying the whole time...BIG NO NO! A dry kit IS SAFER for the average user 150hp and under, anything over that you want a wet kit. Upgrading the fuel pump to one that can withstand the pressure is a integral part. Best thing you can do is learn about everything before you go and jump into something! The more you know the less likely something can happen. I say go with a NOS brand kit for your car, dry and start with a 100 shot, when you get used to it, go higher and higher! A diablosport or sct flip chip would be a good idea, one with a nitrous tune, and one nitrous tune can pretty much let you switch the jetting without a retune (depending on who does it!) and upgrade the fuel pump for over 125shot.
 

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The fuel system is only good for about 350hp. The car will lean out at high rpms because the injectors will no longer be able to keep up with demand. I just went through all of this. A 75 pill with a dry kit will work nicely though.
 

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