First - I DISPISE NOT DOING THINGS RIGHT. Second - POSERS ARE RICERS. A DRY kit and a WET kit are just that - Not doing it right and POSING. You simply CAN'T put someone down for DOING IT THE RIGHT WAY. The RIGHT WAY is a DIRECT PORT KIT - REGUARDLESS OF INJECTION SIZE. I HATE Any thing but a DP kit. It shows your LACK OF COMMITMENT to what your doing and the fact that you would rather - JUST GET BY - instead of DOING IT THE RIGHT WAY. Maybe you *LIKE* Rebuilding your motor. Think about how much money YOU COULD HAVE -SAVED- If you had spent the extra $150-200 to upgrade your kit to a DP kit and NOT HAD TO REBUILD or REPAIR ANYTHING.and yes..dp is over kill for a freakin 50 shot..they may visually be impressd by your dp setup...but when they see you running a 15 sec pass with your single cam with a 50 shot dp kit they are going to realize that you arnt for real
Lets see here - at LEAST 3/4's of the people out there complaining about popping thier motors are spraying LESS THAN 100 HP of spray. So YEAH - IT is DUMPING THE FUEL and YEAH THERE IS A PROBLEM.you're not going to have a problem under 100 shot..you arnt really dumping enough fuel for it to be an issue
NOS and MOST CURRENT STYLE NOZZLES have been the SAME for at LEAST the last ten to twenty years. How old are you talking about? There have been some newer styles like NOS's soft plume. Those DO NOT SPRAY at a 90 degree angle like the ones that come with your WET and DRY kits. Most are not even applicable for a SINGLE POINT INJECTION...the aproblems you're talking about are with large shots and older style nozzles.
I am not saying people don't use them successfully. But like you say time and again - if you install it like so - you will have a long run with it. You give it an expectancy date with the install. Why not install it and FORGET ABOUT IT? The RELIABILITY IS THERE WITH A DP KIT. No length of WORRY.I do agree with the uneven distribution..which is why I mentioned it...but properly setup you wont have a problem...if wet kits are as bad as you say..why is it that so many people use wet kits very successfully? Why do full blown race cars use wet kits?.
I am not sure what your idea of 'FULL BLOWN' Is when it comes to a RACE CAR. I know that most people that are SERIOUS ENOUGH to have SPENT THE MONEY to PLAY WITH THE BIG BOYS - Ain't WASTING Thier time OR MONEY on a SINGLE POINT KIT. So please - BEFORE YOU TALK ABOUT FULL BLOWN RACE CARS - CHOOSE YOUR WORDS - VERY - CAREFULLY.
If it is 'safer' then WHY ARE YOU ARGUING? The FACT is (and you can hook up 4 widebands to monitor your exhaust STREAMS coming from each cylinder to verify this) Distribution on a single point wet AND dry kit is so horrible that the AFR can go up and down PER CYLINDER and not even be the same as the ones next to it. at the same moment. A TESTAMENT to how ACCURATE those style of kits are. For what it matters - change the size of the "SHOT" all you want. It does it reguardless. Why do you think they run the fuel size real fat? to try to compensate for this.I agree a dp kit is safer long term and with large shots. But with small shots liek we are dealing with here the reliablility factor of a wet or even a dry kit is good.
I have BLOWN ALOT OF MONEY on DRY and WET kits. They ARE A WASTE OF MONEY. That is the reason THEY DON'T GET USED ON REAL RACE CARS. I have wasted alot of GOOD SETUPS because of faulty distribution on either or. The only way to go is and has been direct port.You sound liek the people who only liek wet or dp kits and hate dry kits because they "blow motors"...the only thing that blows the motor is bad tuning and bad driving..
No, I stopped reading after I read the first OVERKILL in your statement. Nothing in RACING or in a performance venue can be OVERKILL or TOO SAFE. In most cases it is just WAY MORE than YOU would do. Again we go back to the you will do just enough to - get by -. I would rather say I went the EXTRA MILE and made sure it wasn't going to be an issue. But there in lies the diffference between me and you, I care enough to do it right the first time and not half a** it like alot of other people. Both of those styles of nitrous kits are FLAWED OUT OF THE BOX. It's like using a condom you know has a hole in it. Why would you?dry ktis are safe if installed and ued properly...wet kits are safe if installed and used properly..dp kits are safe if installed and used properly. but its obvious you only read the first 2 sentences of my last post anyway so I'm wasting my breath because your second paragraph restated what I had already said