If it's empty then there is no issue there but will it remain empty???
As soon as you fill it and start using it then it will become a hazard.
Whilst it's empty do not plumb it in because if you were to get pulled then you have no way of proving to the very kind and understanding police officer that you do not use it and it never gets filled
Problem is even with a technically empty container you still get BLEVE (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapour Explosions, where the bottle cools faster than the gas does.....) problems should you be involved in an accident. I believe if the bottles there you need the sticker, I may be wrong but the vehicle that carries our bottles for refilling (they get taken there and left then the ambulance crew picks them up as needed IIRC) has a sticker etc.
Nos is legal for road use, so thats fine, as long as you have declared it to your insurers, had it installed properly and arn't being a burke with it.....
TBH on an M3 engine (or any German engine), I don't think the tolerances are good enough personally, on a Jap car revving 7500-8000 rpm yeah, but I think a turbo/SC is the better safer way to go....
Also would you be going for speed/gearing activated or switch?
HAS to be the SWITCH!!!! Every lil boy in us wants one of those big red buttons
right,what if you cary extinguisher?? isnt similar thing etc?
i have switch to be fitted at throttle somewhere to activate it only at WOT.
thing is i had this kit bought long time ago for some cheap monies and never had chance to fit it so now i will try. How this sticker looks? im thinking about magnetic one :-)
Sticker is Green with "Compressed Gas" on it, for my lot it's oxygen and NOS That's fun stuff to breathe Big light headed feeling, just like pure oxygen.....
I have asked a friend and he says he's unclear on the law regarding signage of unfilled bottles, he said if it's never been filled it's possibly ok, but he would not take the chance as ANY liquid/vapour left in it constitutes a danger of explosion.....
Fire extinguishers don't apply I think as the cannister contained within is too small.
Its not that dangerous atall if done correctly!!!!
I've had several brands for almost 10 years, never once any problems.
Here you can see my run yesterday
get a system from W.O.N. is my advice
i will ask a mate who has an adr cert what the regs say about nos bottles....but
afaik if its had a bottle fitted it'll need the sticker.fire brigade get very arsey about this sort of thing...understandably
right,what about people running cars with LPG conversion, aint see them had any stickers on boot.
its still pressurised so can still go bang (a empty nos bottle that is)
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