from the NOS website it appears that ole' Sneaky Pete is only for non-EFI vehicles, I tripped over a website where a guy claims to have put one in a Honda scooter, and got tagged for like 80mph or something like that.
Couldn't I just use a fogger setup and use the 10 oz. bottle instead of the 10lb bottle. I know it sound weird, but I don't want a huge nos bottle in my back seat. I think it would add a cool look, and give me a litttle boost when I need it(especially in second gear).
Here is the reply from NOS for just a little extra punch (I am assuming this would go for both boosted and NA engines.);
The kit that should fit your car is part number 05208 ($670.list) and will add 50-60HP safely. This is normally enough power to drop the 1/4-mile times by 1-1.5+sec. It uses a single fogger ahead of the throttle body (but, after the intercooler) to inject fuel and nitrous.
It's always to build up the bottom end of an engine when you add a turbo. Having the supercharger on mine, I'm only running at 7 psi, has been ok so far. Of course with turbos you can get a little crazy with the boost pressure. Everything in moderation.
ive got the EL turbo kit on my taco and haven't had a problem since but my truck only has like 14000 miles on it. would that make a difference? also how would i change the air fuel ratio if it is ecu controlled would that be where the apex super afc comes in? I really don't feel like rebuilding my 2.4 in the future so any ideas on keeping that turbo reliable would be appreciated. thanx.