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Old 05-18-2015, 11:58 AM
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Not sure why you would need the 2 smaller bottles or what purpose they even serve but it's a clean set up.
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Old 05-18-2015, 12:10 PM
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That's a lot of weight. 1 five lb bottle hidden where the spare tire used to be would be way cooler in my opinion.
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My nitrous setup back in 2003:









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Whats the point of having 2 large bottles and 2 little bottles? Do they all feed into each other for a steady stream of nitrous? Couldnt you just get one bigger bottle for the same effect?
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Because show > go.
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Not a fan of the all show set ups. I like a clean basic type like this



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^ Thats the type I would go with too. Maybe even a smaller bottle than that but I know it wouldnt last long. Couple of shots and thats it.
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Originally Posted by Cereal Killer View Post
Not a fan of the all show set ups. I like a clean basic type like this



Still not a great system. The gauge needs to have an electrical sending unit and be mounted at the dash. The pressure can go from optimal to dead in one shot. So you need to keep an eye on it at all times.

You also need a blow-down tube as the original post shows.

The bottle opener is a plus for street use, but not required when running at the track.





I don't care for Zex. They tend to overly complicate things with what should be a simple system. The more gadgets you have, the more that could go wrong.
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^^bottle blanket needs to be added to the list
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