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Old 01-18-2012, 02:51 PM   #1
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Noz bottles

Where is a good place for the noz bottle? Ive seen em under the hood, under the passenger side seat, and even the trunk, n ur opinion, what's the best, also is it better to have a button that u press with ur finger or use the 'wet' system which activates wen ur pettle is full throttle
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I would say mount it in the trunk and use a button!.. Don't use a WOT setup!...
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Re: Noz bottles

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Where is a good place for the noz bottle? Ive seen em under the hood, under the passenger side seat, and even the trunk, n ur opinion, what's the best, also is it better to have a button that u press with ur finger or use the 'wet' system which activates wen ur pettle is full throttle
I think you need to learn about "noz" before attempting to put it on your car...

Seriously...

Step away from the "noz"
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Im not gonna get it til I build my engine, I just wanna know for down the road
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I think you need to learn about "noz" before attempting to put it on your car...

Seriously...

Step away from the "noz"
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Old 01-19-2012, 10:38 AM   #6
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U do know that noz and nos are the same thing thing right?
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U do know that noz and nos are the same thing thing right?
Well NOS is a company that makes N2O or "nitrous" systems. Noz is something I would expect a ricer to say. Lol
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Well NOS is a company that makes N2O or "nitrous" systems. Noz is something I would expect a ricer to say. Lol
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So ur sayn there is a right way to say noz? So wat if I said Mustang instead of stang? Is that wrong 2? Is there only 1 way to pronounce potatoe?
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So ur sayn there is a right way to say noz? So wat if I said Mustang instead of stang? Is that wrong 2? Is there only 1 way to pronounce potatoe?
Nos stands for nitrous oxide systems, not nitrous.

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As to your original question I would run a wet kit with a rpm window switch and put the bottle in the trunk.
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So ur sayn there is a right way to say noz? So wat if I said Mustang instead of stang? Is that wrong 2? Is there only 1 way to pronounce potatoe?
Yes. Nos is nitrous oxide system, nitro is for nitro-meth systems, and N2O, di-nitrogen mono-oxide, or nirtous are references for what you are talking about. Run whichever system you want, get it tuned properly and mount them in the trunk to the floor or to the backs of.the rear seats.
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Nitros oxide and nitros are the same thing

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Nitrous
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Poe-tay-toe!! Not Pah-tot-toe!!

Nitrous not NOS!!..

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Re: Noz bottles

He said NOZ...

I agree with above, window switch and wet kit.

BTW, a wet kit injects both Nitrous (NOZ as you prefer) and fuel (gasoline) into the intake whereas a dry kit injects only Nitrous (or NOZ). Placement of the nozzles, pressure, and fuel capabilities are your controlling factors in deciding what to do. For me, a wet kit is a safer kit as you are compensating for the additional fuel needed by supplying your own fuel. Others prefer a dry kit and simply tune the car to adjust itself.

And a window switch is where you set the solenoids to activate at XXXX Rpm's and close at XXXX Rpm's, basically giving you a "window" of sorts in which the extra power is produced. The nice thing is it will give you a safe shift period and launch period without excess pooling in the intake if you set these parameters correctly. I've seen more than my handful of Nitrous (sorry...NOZ) backfires and explosions, they are not fun.

Also, if you aren't budgeting to spent $600 minimum for a safe, high quality setup then do more research. The little pieces are what make the difference.

Yes, I've heated bottles on stoves and with blow-torches, but a damn bottle heater wired into the car is really the safest thing out there.
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Blow torch? Badass lol
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I think you need to learn about "noz" before attempting to put it on your car...

Seriously...

Step away from the "noz"
HAHAHAHA yess
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