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Thread: Q-16 and NOS

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    Junior Member JOURNEYMAN
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    Q-16 and NOS

    Anyone have any experiance with this or is it not even worth messing with?

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    you'd be suprised how much you can spray on Q16! its a bad beeotch

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    Vp makes a new fuel they call NO2, designed for nitrous, it is amazing stuff, we use it in our pro mod car running 4 stages

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    i wouldnt consider N02 new? Its been around for a long time now.

    Yes, n02 is the fuel to go with if spraying a lot. But for 300hp or less of the silly stuff Q should be perfect.

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    Junior Member JOURNEYMAN
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokey1226
    you'd be suprised how much you can spray on Q16! its a bad beeotch


    So do you have to put a bigger fuel jet in the nos system to compensate for the extra oxygen? We had to go 8 jet sizes up in the carb to compensate for it so l assume l would have to do the same with the fuel jet in my fogger??

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    Junior Member JOURNEYMAN
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    Also heard this stuff has to be kept sealed up and not to get it on you, is this stuff really that much of a pain that you have to drain it out of your fuel cell all the time and keep it sealed up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flight71
    Also heard this stuff has to be kept sealed up and not to get it on you, is this stuff really that much of a pain that you have to drain it out of your fuel cell all the time and keep it sealed up?
    that is basically just to keep the integrity of the oxygen in the fuel. Depending how often your car see's racing or being driven for that matter, you may or may not want to drain from your cell.

    The main reason they would like to see you drain, is because when you are tuneing your car for the extra oxygen....then allow the car to just sit. The oxygen will exscape (in a way) and then your tuneup will be running rich.

    Throw new fuel back in, and it's spot on. That is why they rec. that you do only if the car sits a long time.


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