I have a little supercharged 302 in a Mustang that I plan to make a few grudge races with Friday night. We ran it last weekend and made a few bucks but the car we ran wants a rematch with their big nitrous jets and slicks. I only beat him by about half a second this past weekend and almost 2 tenths of that was on the tree. I still have a little power to spare because I was playing with them and had the boost knob on the BTM turned up a little higher than it really needed to be with racing gas. I guess you could say I was sandbagging a little but it worked and now they want to run for a little more cash this weekend. I know my car should run high 10's or low 11's pretty easily as it is now but I would like to add a 50-75hp shot of nitrous. I want to do this more as a way to cool the air charge than an all out power adder. I don't have an intercooler and feel this is the cheapest and easiest way to accomplish what I want to do. Unfortunately, I don't know what is the best way to design this system. I would like to use a wet kit since the car was tuned on the dyno and adding a dry kit would require me to take it back to adjust for this and possibly have another new chip burned as well as possibly adding larger injectors than the 42lb units I have now. How would you guys set-up a single fogger nozzle system and where would you put the nozzle? Would it be best to install the nozzle right at the Supercharger outlet or up by the throttle body? The combo is nothing crazy or wild, it currently only makes 488hp at 15 lbs of boost but I would like to get it closer to 550 for this weekend. I'm open to suggestions and appreciate your advice. It's been years since I played with the gas on a EFI engine and even longer since using it on top of a blower.