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Old 10-06-2005, 05:30 AM   #1
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Default Nitrous on my stock IC

hey everyone was sleepin when it hit me. i have a 3LB nos kit i use on my bike i was thinking about takin it off and using it to freez my IC. I have seen kits in SuperStreet mag's. was wondering if i could do something with copper pipe or something and make the setup that sits on the top of the IC my self just have holes drilled?
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Old 10-06-2005, 10:51 AM   #2
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Before you get flamed ... you may want to edit your post and replace NOS with nitrous.

Just buy the kit if you want to do it, they go fairly cheap used.
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Old 10-06-2005, 03:03 PM   #3
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and if its a nos brand nitrous kit, then you should modify your post before someone flames you. unless its not nos brand, in which case ill need to delete my post all together.
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Old 10-06-2005, 03:12 PM   #4
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I wouldn't use it with an open element air filter either. Stock box, fine. But you don't want to be sucking that into your motor if it vents underhood.
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Old 10-06-2005, 03:52 PM   #5
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I wouldn't use it with an open element air filter either. Stock box, fine. But you don't want to be sucking that into your motor if it vents underhood.
TMIC this is a Minor if not a Non-Issue...

FMIC, Then you might see this effect...
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Old 10-06-2005, 03:59 PM   #6
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Really, if you want to be creative, you could just use your fogger nozzle and mount it in a similar fash to the IC sprayer. It should have a good enough spray pattern to have some effect for you. I would just mount it right near the TB inlet.
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Old 10-06-2005, 04:13 PM   #7
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thanks pep, i was thinking about using the 90 deg spray to see if it would hit it. now i have three jest 020,022,024 which one should i use?, sorry all but it is a NOS setup sneeky pete setup for a bike, 3Lb bottle. How much would this help? right now im using a deicer containing meth in my spray tank, seems to work better then water. but the nos kit is on my bike only used it twice and would rather put it to use on the car.


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Old 10-06-2005, 04:43 PM   #8
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thanks pep, i was thinking about using the 90 deg spray to see if it would hit it. now i have three jest 020,022,024 which one should i use?, sorry all but it is a NOS setup sneeky pete setup for a bike, 3Lb bottle. How much would this help? right now im using a deicer containing meth in my spray tank, seems to work better then water. but the nos kit is on my bike only used it twice and would rather put it to use on the car.

here is the kit i have
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I would use the largest Jet possible. I have the DEI Cryo, and even with the spray bar, at speed, I have a feeling more coverage would be better.

Now, if you kept the IC Sprayer, and The NOS Kit, We could call you "Snowconez"
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Old 10-06-2005, 04:46 PM   #9
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lol ill see how it all works out ill leave the jets out and just use the 90deg spray pattern. can i fill my bottle with C02? that would be colder?

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Old 10-06-2005, 05:14 PM   #10
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lol ill see how it all works out ill leave the jets out and just use the 90deg spray pattern. can i fill my bottle with C02? that would be colder?
Eh.. Dunno about colder... But it will be cheaper...
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Old 10-06-2005, 11:40 PM   #11
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Carbon Dioxide (boiling point meaning turning into a gas)
Boiling Point : -78.5 degC (-109.3 deg F)

Nitrous Oxide
Boiling point : -88.5 C (-127.3 deg F)

So basically the same. I have seen prices for CO2 higher than Nitrous... but I guess it depends on the area your in.

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"Boiling" directly to gas (at 1 atm) = sublimation. A much more fun word to use than "boiling."
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Old 10-07-2005, 12:24 AM   #13
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if i did want to try something with copper would i run into any problems feeding it nos or co2
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I would wonder about using nitrous. I don't know what the temperature is at which point it disassociates into free oxygen and nitrogen, but I would think CO2 would be inherently safer.

Save the nitrous for the driver and passengers!

(I know, it's denatured)
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Old 10-07-2005, 09:15 AM   #15
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I don't know what the temperature is at which point it disassociates into free oxygen and nitrogen, but I would think CO2 would be inherently safer.
572 degrees...

With TMIC it really doesn't matter. What i have found, is, the best solution is what is closest and cheapest. In My case, it is Nitrous.

With FMIC's People historiclly tend to suck in the C02 or N20 after it is sprayed into their intake. One Hurting performance, One helping. This is why this Mod is so widely debated. But, it can also be tuned for. The choice is yours.

I personally, have never seen a major performance increase WOT while spraying. A bit more piece of mind perhaps, but the butt dyno never gets hit with the wow factor...

*** HOWEVER! *** Living in florida, I have found the Cryo Kit Second to none fighting heat soak. Numerous time, I have been stuck in traffic on 95o+ days [Not a dry heat] and the car is a dog... Short 5 Second - 10 Second blast, can make all the difference in the world.

If your a Track whore, and the Cryo won't bump your class for Auto-x, or your a 1/4 Mile monkey, This can easily become your new best friend... While in staging, Just pop a burst off ever few mins, and then one final one before you run. This is much easier that some jerry rigged ghetto fan rig.

P.s. By mounting a bottle of ANYTHING in your trunk, you are now the idol of ever 16 year old who carries groceries out to your car.
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