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#129207 - 12th Nov 2003 9:53pm N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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Scooby Is still looking to get N.O.S. Fitted in the Impreza, Probably be getting it installed in the next few weeks or so ? The problem i am having is keeping the N.O.S. Bottle warm enough to produce 900 psi that is required... The bottle has to be kept at approx 38 degrees to achieve this, Any Idea's or suggestions as to how i can do this ????

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#129208 - 13th Nov 2003 9:56am Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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seen somewhere you can buy somet to cover the bottle with, sort of cover that keeps it warm ill ave a chase around. a nitrous specialist should know about em
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#129209 - 13th Nov 2003 8:26pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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Bottle Warmer information follows:

"Bottle Heater, A bottle heater is a very valuable piece of equipment to fir to your nitrous kits, as it will always give you the best performance regardless of the weather. This is a huge advantage if you live in a cold country or a dull weathered one like England. A bottle heater is equipped with a thermostat, which turns on when you start the car and stays on until the temperature of the bottle is at optimum performance or the pressure is high enough. The thermostat obviously turns off at this point and will turn back on again when the heat or pressure is to low. Some heaters work off the pressure, some off the heat of the bottle and the best on will take both into account and let you specify a cut off and starting point."

It is a bottle warmer that i am after however i have made serious enquiries about them and no one in the U.K. can supply me wiv one.....
I am currently attempting to get one sent over from the states confused

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#129210 - 13th Nov 2003 9:46pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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Wheres ya dad work ????

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#129211 - 14th Nov 2003 1:54pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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he works in advanced auto electrical in rock freey. so if u need any electrical work he's top quality at good prices.
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#129212 - 14th Nov 2003 6:05pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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can he re-wire the poor little Austin Maestro`s speedo????? lol

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#129213 - 15th Nov 2003 2:28pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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This is what i am on about, however i cannot find a N.O.S. Dealer in the UK to supply me with one.



This is why i need one, at normal winter temp i will only be getting approx half the pressure required therefore i would only be getting half of the extra power that i want....

Relationship Between Bottle
Temperatures and Nitrous Pressure
TECH NOTE: The lower the ambient temperature, the lower the resultant bottle pressure leading to a potential fuel rich condition. Although usually not harmful to the engine, loss of optimal power can occur. On the other hand, very high ambient temperatures can lead to leaner burning conditions and loss of optimal performance as well as possible damage to engine components. NOS gauges are an excellent way to monitor problems before they can occur.


BOTTLE TEMP. °F BOTTLE PRESSURE (PSI)
-30..167
-20..203
-10..240
0....283
10...335
20...387
32...460
40...520
50...590
60...675
70...760
80...865
97...1069

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#129214 - 17th Nov 2003 3:07pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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ebay?

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#129215 - 17th Nov 2003 10:04pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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Tried it mate, get search results every day about NOS and no use as yet......

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#129216 - 25th Nov 2003 11:52am Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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you might have to import one. but im sure I've seen a website for one of the big NOS names in the UK, and they had heaters on it. can't find the addy though.

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#129217 - 25th Nov 2003 11:55am Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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here you go mate, theres 3 kits here, one in the uk and 2 from abroad.... uk one looks a bit budget though.

http://search.ebay.co.uk/search/search.d...p;Ba sicSearch=

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#129218 - 25th Nov 2003 12:51pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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This one is for heating to bottle when its not fitted to the car, My oven will achieve that, LOL



This one comes complete with the bottle, direct from the states, Not sure that postage would make it possible or very expensive anyways....



This one looks betta mate, Dosnt state if its thermostatically controlled though... Based in the UK.... Possibly get this one ???



This one looks like a Bomb or somit and its the states again.....



CHEERS FOR THE INFO PAZ MATE, I AM MAKING ENQUIRIES INTO THE THIRD ONE NOW.....

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#129219 - 25th Nov 2003 1:57pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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Sorted your problem of keeping the bottle temp.
You need 38c yeh.
Would 37c - 37.5c be any good?

The science !
Normal body temperature is 37c but if you have a fever its 37.5c
So shove the bottle down your pants.

vowla 37c easy, + it will impress the lady’s when you get out the car ?

Plus side: cheap, improves street cred.
Down side: Its a bugger to go the toilet!

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#129220 - 25th Nov 2003 2:03pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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Hmmmmmm....... Not quite what i had in mind, but thanks for the idea's WEB-MASTER....

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#129221 - 25th Nov 2003 3:36pm Re: N.O.S. Nitrous Oxide
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no worries fella wink

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