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Old 10-04-2012, 05:32 PM
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Neat is not the word for your setup.way cool!
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Ok today is the day , Truck all finished up . Yesterday I went to pick up more supplies . We decided to just put a simple NOS Microswitch inside the truck activated by the pedal . The Progressive controller Im going to use instead on my Fox body which will benefit more from it I think . Anyway Ill post pics later today , will head out to the shop in awhile. I need to pick up some E85 and fill the bottle will be tuning it later .



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Old 10-16-2012, 10:08 AM
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Nice job, looks like we're the nitrous brothers...
I'm working on setting up my aux fuel system over the next couple of weeks too, need to find a spot somewhere under the hood to put it and then go to town.
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Good luck!!!! Can't wait to see ya decimate the 1320
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Originally Posted by geno51

Wtf are you talking about ? Go look up the proper abbreviation for "nitrous oxide"

It's N2o where in the hell are you getting NOX?
N2o stands for 1 nitrogen atom and 2 oxygen atoms. The oxygen is why it's used in motors.

Why the hell are you bringing up NOX ? Nitrogen dioxide has nothing to do with what we are talking about smart guy two completely different substances. NO2/NOX and N20 are completely different so your little google searches just made you look stupid. Either you are handicapped or is this some kind of joke ??

I'm officially done good by!!
Pete sorry you thread went so off topic good luck pm me with your efforts as I would like to follow in your foot steps !

PS: to the mods I reported this to just look up the diff between NOX as he calls it Lol! And N2O nitrous oxide.

Man this forum need a technical MOD to spot this bull crap. I nominate "engineer mike" lol sorry mike. I could not deal with all the headaches .
N2O (nitrous oxide) is actually 2 Nitrogen, 1 Oxygen.
NO2 (Nitric Oxide) is 1 Nitrogen, 2 Oxygen.
NOX I'd what is produced by combustion.

Just wanted to clear that up.
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Originally Posted by Buddhaman

N2O (nitrous oxide) is actually 2 Nitrogen, 1 Oxygen.
NO2 (Nitric Oxide) is 1 Nitrogen, 2 Oxygen.
NOX I'd what is produced by combustion.

Just wanted to clear that up.
You are correct I was in the heat of the moment dealing with west. Lol

And yes NOX us a byproduct of combustion.

West was talking about spraying NOX into the motor LOL!!!
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Old 10-16-2012, 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted by geno51

You are correct I was in the heat of the moment dealing with west. Lol

And yes NOX us a byproduct of combustion.

West was talking about spraying NOX into the motor LOL!!!
I noticed buy I didn't see any correction after that so I figured it needed to be set straight lol.

Since we already have EGR systems why not just add a little more to the mix and take away a little more oxygen
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Originally Posted by Buddhaman

I noticed buy I didn't see any correction after that so I figured it needed to be set straight lol.

Since we already have EGR systems why not just add a little more to the mix and take away a little more oxygen
Lol that's wwest for ya
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Originally Posted by geno51

Lol that's wwest for ya
Haha. I stay in off topic mainly but it was boring there so I decided to snoop in the other sections.
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