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This is a discussion on Nitrous Express N-Tercooler System within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i was looking into the nitrous express ones a while back and read an interesting article stating that most of ...

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    i was looking into the nitrous express ones a while back and read an interesting article stating that most of the gains people see are from residual nitrous being sucked into the intake...dont know if this would happen as much with a tmic but still something to keep in mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgoon View Post
    i was looking into the nitrous express ones a while back and read an interesting article stating that most of the gains people see are from residual nitrous being sucked into the intake...dont know if this would happen as much with a tmic but still something to keep in mind.
    Considering its a closed system, outside of the actual flow of boost...how would the Laughing Gas get inside the system without some kind of leak, and ultimately a boost leak?
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    from what the article said it sprays nitrous directly onto the intercooler so now u have nitrous oxide in your engine compartment which can be sucked up through the intake with the ambient air. i imagine it would be a larger problem with a front mount intercooler where the air flow would be forcing the gas almost directly at your intake?
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