Have You Ever Think Of Putting Nitrous Oxygen In Your Car Machine?
Nitrous Oxide is a non-flammable gas that’s used for our purposes as a carrier for oxygen. Mixed with the right proportions of fuel, and fed into the intake, it provides additional combustible material into the cylinders, hence more power. Why people put nitrous in a car engine? The answer is as simple as possible, for power.
When you heat nitrous oxide to about 570 degrees F (~300 C), it splits into oxygen and nitrogen. So the injection of N20 into an engine means that more oxygen is available during combustion. Because you have more oxygen, you can also inject more fuel, allowing the same engine to produce more power. Nitrous oxide is one of the simplest ways to provide a significant horsepower boost to any gasoline engine. But, nitrous has a bad reputation for blowing up engines and is often even called ‘cheating’. Additionally, it gets a bad rap for not being ‘always available’ and for needing refills to keep the power going.
Also, there is rumor that N2O destroys your engine. However, this is completely untrue. Nitrous oxide is no more damaging to your engine than any other modification by itself, but like a turbo kit or add-on supercharger, the potential for blowing your engine goes up significantly due to the enormous amount of additional stress being put on your engine and the chances of running lean or experiencing pre-ignition due to heat.
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Tires with all the extra power, you’ll have trouble hooking up with any traction, especially on street tires. You’ll probably have to use drag radials at least, or slicks if you’re adding any significant power.