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Bottle position

Old 01-05-2016, 04:52 PM
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Is it acceptable to mount my bottle (10lb) transversely behind the passenger seat, as this would appear to be the best way to get it in my car...



I know the installation manual says to mount with the neck facing forwards, and I can see the theory behind this, but is it possible to do the above (obviously maintaining the correct angle on the bottle mount etc...)



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Old 01-05-2016, 05:55 PM
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It is always possible to do anything. However when your bottle gets low your nitrous will become sporadic and your engine will suge/bog when the nitrous hits and moves away from the tube.
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By the time it gets low enough to matter, your pressure is below optimum. I don't think you'll have a problem. The important part is having it angled upwards.
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With the bottle front to back, as you accelerate, the nitrous is pushed towards the pickup. Sideways, the nitrous is pushed away from the pickup. If you don't run a bottle heater, JonGTR is correct... probably be low on pressure before it's a major problem. If you do plan on running heater, you'll have good pressure until you're almost out, so I'd definitely only run it front to back.
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