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Why would this not work? Advantage of wet shot on other cars, you dont have to tune it unless you want to fine tune it, just pull a lil timing as you up the shot. Advantage of dry shot on Kpro, tunable, computer controls it. Why could you not run wet shot, wire it in like a dry shot? My thinking is this, you dont have to have a separate tune for each shot. Say I get to the track, I dont want to spray the house down, so I run 75 shot. In finals the guys steps it up to where I really need a 125 shot, so I just swap jets out and pull some timing in Kpro, and go with it. If I had dry shot, I would need a separate tune for that. I know it is best to tune with nitrous, but running wet shot is safe enough to just pull a lil timing and add maybe a lil fuel, plus you dont have to go get bigger injectors either. I am bout determined to do this cause nobody has given any reason not to due to safety, they just say not recommended, why is it not recommended? Also, if an injector fails, the wet shot adds a tiny amount of extra protection before the computer can shut it down.