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post #1 of 10 Old 01-25-2005, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Nitrous nozel mounting

Anyone who has installed nos on a 10r where did or do you mount the nozel? In the airbox or one of the intake tubes.? I have called a bunch of local shops and none have done nitrous on a 10r. I called schnitz but nobody answered. I will try back later but I thought I'd ask you guys and girls also. Thanks. Oh yea it is a dry shot and only one nozel.

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post #2 of 10 Old 01-29-2005, 03:16 PM
 
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Maze, I'm a Drag racer like yourself and have done many Dry and wet NOS systems. I'm also in the process of installing a Dry system on my 10R. I found the perfect place and have also shown you a picture . I use a 90 on the bottom of the fogger and also cut the fogger down to make is mist more. This is a great place even though it's in front of the filter you get all the intake ram air. I also have some pic's of the micro switch I use. It was a bitch but I got it done.
Let me know how your bike is comming along. I've got a stock arm that Doug at Spencer Cycle extended for me and I'm installing it next.
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thanks, I was thinking about mounting it in that general area and now that i have seen another bike with it done I'll probally do it. I will let you know what happens and what my results are. I appericate your time and thanks for the pics.

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post #4 of 10 Old 02-13-2005, 09:43 PM
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i m installed the nozel in the front ram air.close to air filter may form the ice???
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Really with the amount of air flowing and heat generated by the motor you should have very little ice. The spray should be sucked into the motor. I made some dyno pulls with my tank loose and the airbox lid just pushed down by the tank. On these dyno pulls we were only checking to see how much if any ice formed from the NOS. I had just a trace at the top of the airbox. Not enough to make a difference. And for the amount of time you actually spray I'm not worried about it.
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Thanks for the info. My bike is in the shop now getting all of the work done. The kit I have calls for the nozel to be mounted in the ram air duct, I did not know this before. I guess I have to mount it where they tell me to. I have pictures of the progress but I am at work with the camera and no program to download it. If anyone knows how I could post these without the wait I will asap.

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what maping change employ for my dynojet whith my nos ?thanks
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add more fuel up top in the curve to compensate for the added oxygen. A small shot should not lean out the mixture so much as to cause dammage but I llike to be safe. I am having mine tuned by professionals however

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cant you send to me your new maping on the site thank you
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When I get the bike back I will post a copy of the map up on the net if I can figure out how to. But from what I have been told it is as simple as adding 20% more fuel in the mixture up top. But I am not a mechanic yet so you might want to check with a better source.

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