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Old 12-07-2014, 07:50 PM   #1
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Hiding nitrous! Shh.. ;)

How well can you hide nitrous. I'm having trouble with my micro switch and my fuel adaptor for my wet shot. I'm hoping my plate won't look obvious I'm just turning it around so you don't see the words saying nitrous outlet. Gotta replace some of my wire tapping by soldering instead, and wire Lin, Hopefully it won't be to obvious for people to tell. What y'all think?

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Old 12-07-2014, 09:52 PM   #2
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Hide that green wire and paint everything else black.
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Only reason to do this is street racing... smh...
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Old 12-07-2014, 10:08 PM   #4
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No reason to hide a nitrous kit.
I never have and never will.

Anybody who knows anything, will know you are spraying regardless.

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No reason to hide a nitrous kit.
I never have and never will.

Anybody who knows anything, will know you are spraying regardless.

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This is true as well. And anyone who knows the car you have will be able to find where your bottle is hidden regardless of how well you hide lines/nozzles/plates.
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Only reason to do this is street racing... smh...
Think of it as a clever "wire tuck".
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No reason to hide a nitrous kit.
I never have and never will.

Anybody who knows anything, will know you are spraying regardless.

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I don't know why you would open your hood in the first place Rap... Nobody needs to see what's going on under there.
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Old 12-07-2014, 10:48 PM   #8
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Only reason to do this is street racing... smh...

Nah actually I spend more of my weekends at the track than anything else when it's open. And I keep my hood open at the track to keep it cool. Lol.


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Bottom line is, it's going to be dam near impossible to hide a plate. bc of the obvious.

A nozzle is what you need, if you are looking to hide a kit.

Also a dry kit, wet your going to see the fuel rail adapter and will be easily found, even if you somewhat hide it

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Old 12-08-2014, 03:32 AM   #10
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Honestly I wouldn't worry about hiding the kit, if I was you. Just concentrate on making sure it's neatly installed, and the wires are tucked nicely

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Old 12-08-2014, 05:38 AM   #11
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just curiosity...why would you want to hide it?
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Well there is a story to why. But it keeps the car look stock, clean, and neat just the way I like. Defiantly not clean right now from all the cutting and drilling but in the end hopefully I can troll some people for some fun.


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Mostly to troll. Oh so many to troll.. I know a handle full of people I could easily troll and I know the people I couldn't troll.


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What's the big deal. He wants to hide his nitrous system? Let him lol. I think it's nice when somebody thinks they know everything about your car from looking under the hood but still get whooped because they didn't know they were spraying. It's clever.


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Use heater hoses and hose clamps to fish all the lines and wires through


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Mister, thx for the answer.
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will it being up in the wiper cowl like that be affected by water?
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Shouldn't be I have all the wiring wrapped up in wire line tied up with electrical tape and zip ties.


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