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post #1 of 2 Old 03-12-2008, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
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For those with nitrous oxide

So Im pretty much decided im gonna go with NX Stacker 200 Dry shot, but i got a few guestions. Anyone have the deminsions of a 15lbs. bottle and where did you store your bottle? I don't think I want to put it in the bed with the stacks back there unless I can REALLY secure it down but would really prefer not to. Also I know a jacket is gonna be needed in the colder months, but where did you tap your NO2 gauge sensor into and mount it?

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I don't have N2O on my truck, but I have propane on it. I put my propane tank in a tool box in the bed. You don't want a nitrous bottle exposed to the elements, sun will over heat it and cause the pressure to spike. Extreme cold will not have enough pressure. I run N2O on my race car w/bottle in trunk. They make bottle blankets that have a heating element to keep pressure around 1k psi. If you want to tap for a gauge all the suppliers make fittings w/ 1/8 npt for the gauge. DO NOT mount the N2O gauge in the cab unless you have some sort of isolator, the sulpher dioxide mixed w/ the n2o will make you seriously ill if you breathe it. I run 2 gauges on mine, 1 at the bottle and another at the solenoid.

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