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With my Motowerkz exhaust installed I was able to add some fun to my undertail. The Nitrous bottle seems to be a perfect fit. What do you think? The switch is on the left fairing and quickly accessible. The solonoid is under the tank and the jet is in the lower part of the air box, so all is hidden.
 

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Holy Shit man!

I must have missed your other posts. I think that looks great! Very clean install- do you any videos of that thing screaming down the road/track? I bet that bitch will FLY!
 

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Absolutely works I still need to get is dynoed but for now MSP racing says I can just manually up the high side of the power commander when I want to use it. I tried hooking it up to the start button but I almost fried the solonoid so I just hooked it to the horn.
 

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BCD not yet. Not sure how I can do that yet. I don't really have anyone to take a video. It is a small 30 sip of nitrous.
 

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Thanks for the compliments. Hope to get it out to the track soon.
 

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so you are using a dry kit?

why not a wet kit, if you dont mind me asking.
 

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The main reason for the dry kit is ease of installation, not to mention this kit cost me next to nothing. Wet kits are much harder to install and tune. But wet kits will allow you to put out much much much more power. This is why you never see dry kids in real racing. My friend down the street has a 300 progressive shot of nitrous on his drag bike and you are not going to get that out of a dry shot.
 

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Of course. But as you said the ease of a dry kit, is really not that bad of an idea for a power boost.

My camaro had a wet kit. I would never even think of using a dry kit. I also heard its more wear and tear on the engine.
 

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With my Motowerkz exhaust installed I was able to add some fun to my undertail. The Nitrous bottle seems to be a perfect fit. What do you think? The switch is on the left fairing and quickly accessible. The solonoid is under the tank and the jet is in the lower part of the air box, so all is hidden.
Looks bad! We just got some new decals in, if you want some? LMK.
 

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isnt the switch in a horrible to reach spot when riding? i had the switch to my neons mounted on the right dash panel and could easily flick it with my finger.
 

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APR, Not really its right at my fingertips if I need it. The hard part would be resetting my power commander on the fly LOL. I'm not rich. The whole nitrous set up cost me $175.00 and I put it in myself. Oh yea and $12 to fill the tank.
 

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Nice setup! Let's see some more pics!

Where in Ohio do you live? I'm down in Cincinnati.
 

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Thanks. I have my tank off waiting to get filled. Jegs ran out of nitrous and I guess so did their supplier.
 

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nicely done bro nicely done.

-sean
 
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