Liquid Nitrous oxide
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* In the text below we use the term NOS as an abbreviation for 'nitrous oxide systems'. We only use this term because it is the most commonly recognised generic term and it is not used as reference to the NOS product brand.
A 'wet' nitrous system delivers nitrous and fuel under the control of the nitrous system. In contrast a 'dry' nitrous system only controls the delivery of the nitrous oxide, while the fuel is delivered via the existing fuel injection system by increasing either delivery pressure or by extending the injector open time. Single injector dry systems are sometimes referred to as 'dry manifold system' because the additional fuel does not pass through the manifold as it does with a single injector wet system.
|A typical wet system||A typical dry system|
Nylon Lines vs. Braided SS
IMPORTANT: The purpose of the following information is not to deny the ‘general’ qualities of stainless steel braided hose, it is only for the two following reasons;
1) To make the facts known as to why ‘our’ nylon pipe, is better suited to nitrous use for optimum results.