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Old 08-15-2012, 12:28 AM
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A dry shot will not make you a happy person at those levels. Without a MAF you're pushing your luck at even a 50 shot unless you have a wideband installed and know if you're starting to run lean.

A wet kit is your safety and most reliable bet and you can easily run a 75 shot with 1 stage colder plugs on the stock tune. You don't neccessarily need the colder plugs, but without being able to tune you should try to protect yourself as much as possible. I personally run a wet shot on mine regularly with capabilities of a 150 shot, but it's a tuned n/a high compression stock bottom-end engine runnig 2 stages colder.
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