Wet inks go in dry pens, dry inks go in wet pens.
e.g. Noodler's HOD in a fine-nibbed Hero 100, Noodler's Black in a medium-wet Platinum Preppy
Visconti Blue or Parker Penman Sapphire in a medium-dry Parker 100
Powdered Clerical inks (Angus or Thistle) in a Myers Post Office dip pen.
Mature (not quite vintage) Parker Quink with Solv-X in any pen that seems to have crud in feed problems. A few days of writing usually sorts out that problem.
As for which particular ink, that depends on the paper, not the pen (after following the Wet/Dry rule).
Inks that spread (Diamine, Private Reserve) on really good paper (Clairefontaine, Rhodia, Mondi, Stora Enso).
Inks that don't spread (Visconti, Parker Penman, Parker Quink, Sailor Jentle, Waterman, Sheaffer Skrip) can be used on lesser papers.