Originally Posted by AllOutZX2
Just for reference:
A. if the fuel puddles in the IM with the Wet kit, you can kiss your composite Intake good bye along with other damages.
B. If the Fuel selonoid stays stuck on same idea.
Dry Kit is not "stupid" as you claim it is. I've seen motors go pop on wet kits also.
This is not a debate on wet vs dry. This was asking for opinions on those who have used dry kits. Tuned, Spray through Maf, or upping injector duty cycle.
I apprecaite those that chimed in.
I respect ur choice of going with a dry kit but iirc I read that the focus mad didn't liked to be sprayed with anything and in the long run they failed but it's ur choice man idk if it's the same maf in the zx2 but I would go with a wet kit cause they r safer but it's ur call and ur car lol
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