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Question for those with nitrous tuning experience

So long story short I ended up buying a dry shot nitrous kit from my boss for a price I couldn't refuse. With tuning being the only thing holding me back from hitting the go button I called my tuner who said since our cars have wideband afr sensors from factory I would just have to retard the spark advance 2 degrees for every 50 shot on my current MPT tune and then I'm good to go. Now this makes compete sense if you think about it but I'm being chicken sh!t and worrying to much since I'd rather not have to replace an engine anytime soon. Anyone with nitrous experience care to chime in on this?

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Been using a dry 150 shot on my 94 302 pushrod for over 10 years ---- no problems.Have safeties in place with fuel pressure switch.rpm switch(3K-6K=on rpm) and a fuel pressure gauge inside.Also use a boost pump and a 195 lph tank pump.Its an old NOS system From the mid 90's but works great.I also use an octane boost or some racing fuel when using it with the timing retarded to 8 Degrees initial. I dont see why you should worry about your setup,go for it!!!

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