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I've search and didn't find all the answers I need. Just wondering.

Most people hit the bottle with the Hemi for the extra edge. Many of the dry set up are real easy since it only goes into the airbox. Some system have a switch by the throttle, so the NOS only kicks in at WOT.

Many people say the 2.7L is underpowered (let's not debate on this please), and "good" on gas.

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- Is it a good idea to hook up NOS as a daily driver with this set up that, when extra power is needed, the NOS kicks in.

- Is this a good alternative balance between good MPG and performance?

Just an idea. What do you think?
 

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Some good Questions.Wish I had answers for you but Im not that famliar
with a 2.7.Sorry.I can tell you that the 5.7s and 6.1s definitly need a wet kit.
 

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To go off topic, why is that on the Hemi? Is it just a perference?
Mainly the design of the intake.Mixing the extra fuel will keep the car from running lean.Also the cars CPU will not add enough fuel when it senses the lean condition.Most newer cars run wet systems nowadays
 

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You wouldnt want to run NOS with a pedal switch anyway it would push it when your not in your power band, plus it would be way expensive for daily use.

a friend of mine did this btw, but it was to an engine he was trying to blow.
 

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Wet system all the way exactly what 1fst4er said.
 
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