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    I have NOS kit ,bought it just for fun, and now i thinking to put it on my M3 3.0. anybody tried that? where is best place to fit noozle? im thinkin about that elbow just before intake airbox. any help much apreciated.
     
     

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    just nitrous or will you be pumping in extra fuel too?
    you really need to have petrol pumped in with the nitrous as it will run lean otherwise and start burning up your piston rings.
    trouble with mounting between maf and airbox is that the nitrous at -x degrees could damage the air sensor, especially if your running petrol into the mix.
     
     

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    Go to wizards of Nos and pay for it to be done properly is my advice.

    its not a cheap kit when it grenades your engine....!!
     
     

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    Nitrous + M3 = One way of bringing on an engine rebuild project

    I believe it is pumped directly into the trumpets after the inlet manifold chamber that direct it straight into the cylinder head.

    Don't quote me on that though, I think that's what my mate said when he was looking into it... He decided against it after a lot of advice
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    Nitrous + M3 = One way of bringing on an engine rebuild project

    I believe it is pumped directly into the trumpets after the inlet manifold chamber that direct it straight into the cylinder head.

    Don't quote me on that though, I think that's what my mate said when he was looking into it... He decided against it after a lot of advice
    if its done right, it can be a safe 75hp on tap. By right I mean by Wizards of Noz as they are the daddies in this field.

    Staged Nos, done properly.

    but yes, the injectors need to go into each individual runner just before they enter the head. But again, the position is quite important to get a good mixture flow I believe
     
     

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    Something best left to the ricers I would think
     
     

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    right,
    its dry system genuine NOS (they were first i thinkd) with 50hp nozzle shot, i have one nozzle not 6, and believe that i need to fit it before air intake box, also maybe i will add egt gauge to avoid rebuilding costs, im not stupid here. Today i just mounted bottle into boot:

    lights are previous owner thing and they will go off soon - maybe somebody want them ;-)
     
     

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    Don't forget the lovely sticker that you will need for the back of the car to inform people/emergency services that you are carrying explosive gasses

    That will look lush on the boot of your car

    Oh and just so you know I'm not kidding, that was one of the offences that my mate almost got done for when the old bill pulled him over
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    Don't forget the lovely sticker that you will need for the back of the car to inform people/emergency services that you are carrying explosive gasses
    and to tell your insurance. whats the rules with using nos while driving on the roads?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    Don't forget the lovely sticker that you will need for the back of the car to inform people/emergency services that you are carrying explosive gasses

    That will look lush on the boot of your car

    Oh and just so you know I'm not kidding, that was one of the offences that my mate almost got done for when the old bill pulled him over

    seriously?? what if bottle is empty?
     
     

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