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Old 03-03-2007, 10:59 AM   #1
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where to mount nitrous nozzle in airbox

where is the best place to mount a nitrous nozzle in the airbox on a 1000rr. since it is one nozzle im not sure where the best place to mount it is. the liquid has to spray across all four of the air sensors. thenozzle doesnt spray in a straight line, the nozzle is set up so where the hole where the nitrous comes out isnt at the end it is about 5 mm from the end then it hits the end of the nozzle and in a way splashes it . im just trying to find the best place to mount. any help is appreciated
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Toward the front of the bike, behind the two filters, centered in height should give enough dispersion. There's enough volume moved through the airbox that a full charge should get sucked in within the first 10 milliseconds.
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Toward the front of the bike, behind the two filters, centered in height should give enough dispersion. There's enough volume moved through the airbox that a full charge should get sucked in within the first 10 milliseconds.
so there will be no problem with spraying the nitrous through the airfilter? i was thinking that would interupt the flow?
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I wouldn't. I would go somewhere between the filters and the stacks
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I wouldn't. I would go somewhere between the filters and the stacks
im thinking where it is mounted the best way for the nozzle to be put at is perpendicular with the air sensors. so the spray goes out 180 degrees toward all the sensors? is this idea somewhat correct
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im thinking where it is mounted the best way for the nozzle to be put at is perpendicular with the air sensors. so the spray goes out 180 degrees toward all the sensors? is this idea somewhat correct
I believe it is - yes, however, I am no expert.
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on nitrous that is.
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