Thanks so much for your post(s) (and all that chimed in). It all makes so much more sense now!Fiatdude said:Walter --
IMO you set your carb to run independently / stand alone (not Fat) then plumb your NOX to run the same way -- -- a dry system on a carb can hurt a lot of parts in a hurry, if everything is not perfect. But since I reread your post I see you're EFI. IF your injectors have some reserve (not at 100% useage) an EFI can make corrections to the fuel delivery from AFR readings to keep it from leaning it out.
But if you want a small complete NOS system to get you off the line or cool your boost charge then a 50HP or 75 HP isn't a bad idea. Then it comes down to just how much HP your engine can make without making a lot of small pieces. You can do it with a turbo, or NOS, or a combo of both
But if you notice on Marty's picture that dry system is on a EFI motor which can make the fuel adjustments automatically.
What you described with the 50 or 75 shot above is about just what I sort-of had in mind when reading about chemical intercooling and overcoming too much lag (at a drag run) with a nitrous shot.