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How to Hide Nitrous Oxide

Sucker the Competition

Photography by John Kiewicz

Because nitrous oxide 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 upgrade your chassis and drivetrain components. Otherwise, your potent powerplant might puke your other components. (Nice alliteration, eh?)

SOURCES
Nitrous Oxide Systems (NOS)
2970 Airway Ave.
Costa Mesa
CA  92626
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