I know it's been 3 weeks but i gotta say........
Thats what i love about this thread....Lots of advice from people that don't have a clue.
I really love the guy that tried to tell us the difference between wet and dry kits.
The injectors are already at about max pulse rate for the stock 3.0L at WOT.
So you really want to run a wet kit and inject it right in front of the throttle body.
You can blow your motor sky high with a wet or dry shot. A tune is a must have if it is a auto tranny.
Otherwise you will be in the rev limit before the trans. will shift. Then it goes boom.
Our trucks are tuned for 87 octane from the factory. So if you have a stick you can get by with a set of NGK TR6 plugs and 93 octane on a 50 shot.
I know from doing it not BS.
But if you get on the rev limit it will be all over quick.
I would suggest a tuner to raise rev limit a couple hundred RPM's and a N2O controller to cut off the nitrous before you hit the rev limit.
And a wet kit.
My nitrous tune and DD tune are very close. It is the fuel octane that changes.
170,000+ Miles on my 3.0 and have had nitrous on since about 30,000 miles.
I have turned many smiles upside down with my lil' 3.0 and it still runs perfect and don't burn or leak a drop of oil.
So if you have NOT done it PLEASE don't give bad advice.