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post #1 of 20 Old 05-09-2005, 08:31 AM Thread Starter
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Smile *ZX-10 Dry Nitrous Kits*





This kit offers a simple, easy to insall yet very effective nitrous option for the ZX-10R owner and provides a quick and reliable 50hp increase.

Unlike other dry kits that simply spray nitrous into a single point in the intake tract, the Muzzys system sprays directly over the inlet stacks through precision drilled orifices in stainless steel runners.

All plumbing is braided hose or hard line and all wiring material is included.

Three jet options are included and kit comes with a bottle and valve. The complete instructions include a detailed wiring schematic utilizing either horn or starter button activation for those with air shifters already installed.

http://www.muzzys.com/ZX10/ZX10DryNi...nitrodyno.html

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Ryan can ya tell me where the bottle mounts at??
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What are the three hp levels? I know that one set of jets is 50hp. The other two?

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The 7 oz bottle mounts to the left passenger footpeg mount.

Horsepower should be around 30-45-60
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How do u ritchen the gas mixture when u use the nos.... that might be a dumb question,,, but i dont know... i know u can do it with the pc3... but do u need to remap it when u use the nos?.... or doese the air sencors read it and tell the computer to ritchen the mix... any help would be great
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Usually there's either an auxilliary fuel feed, or an electronic thingy to increase fuel flow. It says it's dry kit, so no fuel feed.

I don't see anything in the picture that looks like an accumulator or electronic thingy for increasing fuel flow.
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How long does 7oz. last?!?

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7 oz bottle will last for 1 1/4 mile pass. You add fuel via a power commander (richer map at 100% throttle and 8K+
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seems like a pain in the ass,, if you ride your bike all the time,,, you need to change your map evertime you want to use nos,, unless,, i guess you had a hand held computer so u could change your map on the fly.. i dont know,, i could be wrong. i used to race cars with nos,,, just incress the fuel pressure and its all good,,, well carberated cars,,, theres my age showing,,lol

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You just run the bike rich at 100% throttle and 8K+.... you don't ride on the street in that range... Power loss is minimal... Below is a graph of a GSXR1000 dry nitrous map vs. all motor map.
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