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With the NX wet kit the fuel line T's off to a fuel solenoid. That's how the extra fuel is added to the mixture. The nozzle has both a nitrous and fuel solenoid feeding it.
 

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NGk plugs work fine (BKR7Es). I ran a line from my fuel rail to the fuel noid to supply fuel. You don't need to increase your fuel pressure for a wet kit, but if you were just wondering how to do it fuel pressure regulators work nicely. With wet kits you can just go out and buy a bigger pump if you max out the stock one.
 

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so a FPR would do what with Nitrous???

so theyre beneficial...in a way????

so i should go ahead and install the one i got from AEM for christmas???
 

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MugenPoweredLude said:
so a FPR would do what with Nitrous???

so theyre beneficial...in a way????

so i should go ahead and install the one i got from AEM for christmas???
FPRs help control fuel pressure. When I put in a Walboro 255lph pump the fuel pressure jumped 3 psi, so I used the fpr to bring the fuel pressuer back down to 40 psi. Some people think that they can just crank up the fuel pressure and that will keep them from running lean when spraying a big shot. It's better to just get a bigger fuel pump instead, because fuel pressure doesn't equal fuel quantity. However, you'll still need that fpr to bring the pressure back down if you do get a bigger fuel pump
 

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I dont recommend ZEX. Plugs...... but thats my experience..
 

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so do i need a bigger fuel pump if i want to run a 75 shot??....ill go ahead and install the FPR since i have it...cant hurt
 

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just curious....arent u running a 75 shot??? why do you have a walbro??? does your setup require it???i.e., N/A setup or turbo???
 
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