Are you serious?
There is a search button. This question has been asked more times then 4 people can count on their hands. I'm probably not exaggerating.
I will give you this one, but others may no be so kind, keep this in mind as you continue to visit club3g. In short: you'll be okay depending on certain factors.
1. How much nitrous? 50-75, sure. 100+ and you're probably pushing it with stock internals. I know the V6 rods (or pistons i forget which) are weak.
2. How often? Track days 1-2 times a month. Sure, go for it.
3. What mechanical condition is the car in? Is your timing belt off a couple teeth? Are you throwing codes? Do you only have compression in half your cylinders? You probably shouldn't
4. Wet or dry? To my understanding, wet is safer but more costly.
Take all these things, and more, under consideration when using nitrous.
And remember, SEARCH SEARCH SEARCH!
pistons. Gts worst than Gt for having higher compression. Diamante worst than both.
You know your sarcastic and rude remarks at EVERY thread get really old. You're not the 3g king, so don't act like it.hey theres my buddy vin. Thats a only pic hes in tokyo now. He gave up the nos and living his life a 1/4mile at a time, now he lives his life a tokyo building at a time.
Is your car turbo'd? NO. Does your car have nitrous? NO. Is your car fast? NO. Which leads me to, why do you think you know anything about turbo's or nitrous? Because you "read" about other peoples builds.:noplease: Let me guess you also think nitrous is flamable?You know your sarcastic and rude remarks at EVERY thread get really old. You're not the 3g king, so don't act like it.
Back on topic, if your engine is in good health then you should be perfectly fine running a WET shot. Dry shots aren't worth the money on a 3g, stick with a wet kit. Also what are you going to be using it for? If you will be using it on the street you might as well just leave the boards. Nitrous should be track use only. Also consider the cost of refilling the bottle. Around here it's about $35-50 to fully fill a 10lb bottle and that 10lbs (depending on many variables) might last 2-2.5 straight minutes if you're lucky.
Your post consisted of no technical information or opinion, you simply tried to be funny.Is your car turbo'd? NO. Does your car have nitrous? NO. Is your car fast? NO. Which leads me to, why do you think you know anything about turbo's or nitrous? Because you "read" about other peoples builds.:noplease: Let me guess you also think nitrous is flamable?
I asked questions on my first turbo setup and havnt asked question sense. And yes i was just trying to be funny. Real car knowledge cant be learned through reading, it has to be learned through first hand experience. Yes you can read and pick up a few things and see problems that other had and you can try to avoid them BUT reading and doing are very different.