Introduction to NOS: How nitrous oxide injection makes more horsepower

Introduction to NOS: How nitrous oxide injection makes more horsepower


nitrous oxide is created by a
manufacturing process were two nitrogen atoms are joined to an
oxygen atom in the chemical bonding process to form the nitrous oxide
molecule nitrous oxide is a nonflammable gas that
is converted to a pressurized liquid state for storage in a nitrous bottle when released the compressed liquid
returns to a gashes state as nitrous is introduced into the
engine extra fuel must be added as well during the extreme heat of combustion
inside the engine the chemical bond of the additional nitrogen atoms is broken this creates an instantaneous increase
in the amount of oxygen inside the chamber the additional oxygen
aids the burning up the added fuel which pushes the piston down much harder
thus creating more power a nitrous oxide systems kit is an
excellent method for introducing additional air and fuel into an engine NOS kits can also eliminate the
complexity of a forced induction system or the added expense of multiple engine
component upgrades


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