Yes it will work, I am going to that set-up after I see how well my water/menthanol injection works. I am running Turbo Toms MIC for fuel managment now, waiting on 2.3 pulley, ported and polished JR intake mani and TB adapter, running stage 1 FR cams, JBA shorty, FC cat, bosal flex and cat back. Findanza cam gears and flywheel, centerforce clutch.
Form what i have discussed and talked over with some guys is that the Nitrous will cool the intake while providing more power, I will also have to get my MIC chip redone. but someone on here had that set-up and was really happy with it. I do not remember who.
I blew my motor with 9 psi and a 35 shot with just 4 degree timing difference between the stock boost timing and nitrous and boost timing, ran nitrous on the stock setting just too see what would happen.
However, with proper timing and fuel you can defintely run a wet shot with boost just make sure you tune it on the dyno and you might want an EGT gauge to make sure your exhaust temps are under 1500F by the redline. Best way to tune is AF ratio and EGT temps.
My first dyno run with boost and nitrous I hit 1500F on my EGTs by 6000rpm instead of the stock 6500rpm redline. Whatever your stock boost timing is, with nitrous you should deduct 1 deg of timing for every 10 hp you add to that. If your EGTs get too high then add back a 1/4 deg until you get a good temp and no deto. Cause if you get deto it could blow quick.
Good luck. Do it right the first time cause even though used engines can be had cheap, it's a pain to swap out.
I did see a 50hp and 65tq increase in power on just a 35 shot. 256whp and 276wtq with 9psi and a 35 shot on 91 oct, though from now on I'll only run that at the track with a little race gas to be safe.