What does a NOS Fogger do?

What does a NOS Fogger do?

Dry nitrous systems inject nitrous only into an electronically fuel injected engine adding fuel by way of the fuel injectors. A wet nitrous system injects nitrous and fuel often using a Fogger style nozzle that mixes the nitrous and fuel at the delivery point.

What is purging nitrous?

Cars with nitrous-equipped engines may be identified by the “purge” of the delivery system that most drivers perform prior to reaching the starting line. When the purge system is activated, one or more plumes of nitrous oxide will be visible for a moment as the liquid flashes to vapor as it is released.

How do multiple kits of nitrous work?

One of the most effective methods is running a multi-stage nitrous system. By installing two sets of solenoids, a dual-stage system allows limiting nitrous flow off the line to enhance traction, and then increases nitrous flow once a car is farther down the track.

How do you set up nitrous?

How to Install Nitrous Oxide

  1. Step 1: Mount the Bottle and Brackets. Find a safe location to mount the nitrous bottle.
  2. Step 2: Install Nitrous Line.
  3. Step 3: Remove the Carburetor.
  4. Step 4: Set Up the Nitrous Plate.
  5. Step 5: Adding Fuel.
  6. Step 6: Install the Nitrous Plate and Carb.
  7. Step 7: Wiring.
  8. Step 8: Install Pressure Gauge.

Is it legal to put nos in car?

It’s legal in the US to install nitrous. There’s nothing that would keep you from doing it in, say, Texas.

Is having nitrous in your car illegal?

The short answer is yes. Possession of nitrous oxide in California–for recreational, non-medical purposes–is a crime under Penal Code 381b PC. Nitrous oxide–often referred to as “laughing gas”–is often seen as more of a harmless diversion than “hard” drugs like cocaine or methamphetamine.

How much HP does a 100 shot of nitrous add?

For instance, a “hundred shot” is adding 100 flywheel horsepower on top of what the engine makes normally. The horsepower level of the nitrous kit can is easily changed by swapping out metering jets.

How much horsepower does a 50 shot of nitrous add?

Q. How much of a horsepower increase can I expect from a nitrous system? A. All NX systems make within 2% of their claimed horsepower, if you jet the system for 50 horsepower then you can expect no less than 49 horsepower, but usually a few more than the rated amount.

Does nitrous work with fuel injection?

A dry nitrous system is generally the easiest way to add nitrous to fuel injected vehicle. Dry systems work with your existing fuel system to supply the needed fuel to make horsepower.

What is a dry nitrous system?

A “Dry” nitrous system relies on the existing fuel system, whether it’s fuel injected or carbureted, to supply the additional fuel needed when the nitrous system is activated. This means the nitrous plate or nozzle only supplies nitrous oxide, no additional fuel is added here unlike a “Wet” kit.

What is NOS PRO shot nitrous fogger?

NOS Pro Shot Nitrous Fogger System. The NOS Pro Shot Nitrous Fogger System was designed with the professional in mind.They were developed primarily for competition race engines with professional drive line components.

What is a fogger system?

A Fogger system is the most powerful and efficient type of nitrous system, due to the placement of the fogger nozzle in each runner, as well as the ability to use more and higher capacity solenoid valves.

Why do foggers need to be installed at a 30 degree angle?

The reasoning for this is to allow a better atomization of the fuel and nitrous with the air in the intake runner. Also it is suggested to install the foggers at a minimum of a 30 degree angle to the intake runner pointing the fogger in the flow of air so that the fogger doesn’t just spray the opposite wall of the intake runner.

Where to install fogger nozzles on intake manifold runner?

Now the hard part; installing the “fogger nozzles” in each of the runners. I suggest installing the nozzle as far back on the intake manifold runneras you can. The reasoning for this is to allow a better atomization of the fuel and nitrous with the air in the intake runner.