Hidden Nitrous How-To
How To Hide A Nitrous Oxide System To Sucker The Competition
Photography by John Kiewicz
We have a story posted elsewhere that highlights 25 tips to build a better street sleeper -one of those is to install nitrous oxide for huge power. However, because nitrous is known for creating big power increases, it's the first item many people look for on a sleeper. If it's discovered that you're running squeeze, oftentimes the race will be called off. Thus, the trick to building a successful street sleeper involves fitting your car with nitrous-but doing it so no one can tell.
This story focuses on two ways to install a hidden nitrous system-an under-manifold system and a plate-style system-and it supplies additional nitrous tips. But because nitrous delivers such a forceful horsepower hit, be sure to use some of the chassis and traction tips highlighted in the -Street Race Secrets- story to build the ultimate street sleeper.
Nitrous Oxide Systems (NOS)
2970 Airway Ave.
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