Zex Dry or Wet nitrous kit?

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    which one do you guys prefer? WHich one is easier to install? Can I use a purge valve on either of these? I know this question has been beaten to death i just need a quick answer. thanks
     
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    wet kit all the way. just get the NX GenX2 upgrade to compliment the nitrous.
     
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    where can I find a NX kit at for the best price? I know i can get a Zex dry kit with all of the accesories for around $1000.
     
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    for the EFI kit and the Genx2 setup its like $175 bucks cheaper than getting the zex dry kit with all of its hardware...wow not to shabby. SO if I buy the NX EFI kit with the GENX 2 hardware will i be able to install it and use it or do I have to buy more than that?
     
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    colder plugs are needed and a dyno tune wouldnt hurt
     
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    Whats the diff. between "wet" and "dry" kits?
     
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    dry kit is just spraying nitrous and a wet kit sprays nitrous and fuel mixed together.
     
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    So the "wet" kit is safer?
     
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    exactly.. its alot safer ;)
     
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    Let me ask a question, if you could get traction could you spray thru each gear or spray till you shifted, stop spraying, and continue spraying until you changed gears again???
     
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    yeah i think its called a window switch.
     
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    i have been reading alot here lately that the zex kit is alot easier to install and is alot better of a kit than the NX wet kit? is this true? Would it be possible to get the NX genx 2 hardware to work with the zex nitrous kit?
     
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    Well I spray through the gear change but I'm stupid.
    Zex better? To be honest ever kit has people that love them and people that hate them. I prefer NX kits over most. Haven't been too impressed with Zex stuff.
    As for using the genx with other kits shouldn't be a problem. The genx is the heater, blowdown, pressure gauge, FPSS and the assorted wiring to hook it all up.
     
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