^That was me, lol. Get a tune, wideband, and all the safety options available for the N2o kit.I wouldn't run any amount of nitrous without a proper tune.
I've personally seen a 50 shot on a dyno with timing pulled and tons of fuel going in and the AFR still went to 18.0 to 1 when the full throttle switch kicked in.
It would be worth the time and money to have Ray @McNews tune it. The drive isn't that far.
If a 35 shot and everyone sais to have it tuned a 50 would not need tuning ? You need a tune the engine is not set up for nitrous , your load goes up and if it hits the limit you go lean , changes the timing your ECU has a knock sensor and can pull timing but only 5 deg and that isnt much when you get knock , with a wet kit you can adjust fuel and add more by changing fuel jet if you once see a 50 shot 1/4 mile with no tune you will never run your engine like that again , I have seen this , you need a tune for ANY nitrous there are many here that blew engines with a 50 and no tune , dont do itseems like a hassle for a small 35 shot Zex says to buy a programmer to add more fuel so I don't really want pay for a dyno tune. How much do hand held fuel programmers usually cost?