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how about wet vs dry theory
for a fuel injected car, run dry shot
for a carborated car, run a wet kit
here is why, in a fuel injected car, the air/gas coming through the throttle body is evenly distributed among the cylinders. However, a liquid is not! Therefore in a wet system, you are exposing your cylinders (especially the farthest one form the throttle body) to a dangerous and often fatal condition, a lean system (not enough fuel to accomodiate the extra Oxygen provided by the n2o system). It is the complete opposite in a carborated system, since the fuel/liquid is shot through the carborator, the nos can be added safely without the risk of going lean.
If you have the money, go for a direct port which uses the injectors to add more fuel instantly and evernly distributes the n2o to all cylinders. This is by far the best system. This should be used with upgraded fuel injectors and an upgraded ECU system.