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Helped a buddy of mine install the Muzzy Stealth Nitrous Kit....nice looking item once installed...just plan on more time than the proposed 6-8 hours...every (and I mean every, down to every fitting, line, ferrule, and braided stainless steel line plastic cover) must be assembled before installation....and most of the assembly takes place inside the airbox (very tight area to work in). Also, only expect to get 50 HP unless you specifically ask for different jets....Timing retard will set you back an additional $120. Also, routing of the lines under the tank takes a bit to prevent binding of the tank. Looks pretty nice inside the airbox once it is in though. Wiring not completed yet, kit comes with VERY nice wire harnesses...doesn't look like they will be too big of a problem.

Seems like a nice kit, just expect to do ALOT of assembly when instaling....at least two people.

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How much $$$$ did it cost?

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lets see pics.......take pics......

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I'd like to see some pics. also, if possible.

Do you use a bottle blanket and or bottle heater with NOS on the bikes ? I know it's important to keep the NO2 at the right temp. range for maximum HP.

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When the time comes, I am going with King's NOS kit. A lot cheaper too.

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Yup!......what he said <img src=http://www.ezboard.com/intl/aenglish/images/emoticons/smile.gif ALT=":)">

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I noticed it says that it uses the starter button for the hit. how does this work i.e. do you use a switch to go from starter to nos or does it just not use atarter if you hit button and bike is already running. or do ou gain new starter button.? Sorry just curious.

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would expect more than a 50hp hit from a wet nos set up

no less adding nos & fuel = late hit

correct me if im wrong

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I'm guessing, since no one replied, that bottle blankets and bottle heaters aren't used. Dosen't the N02 chill while riding, lowering your HP ? Or is NOS with bikes strictly a 'summer sport' ? Just trying to learn.

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I am no expert, (hardly no anything), but I remember seeing posts of others systems as they installed them on this board (dry systems from King) And they never had blankets or heaters of anykind.
Next I believe that no2 in a wet system just needs to be sure that is delivered with a certain pressure each time to make sure that the right amount is going in. (i.e. to much pressure equal to much no2 going in without enough fuel. ) Meaning if anything you would not want to heat it so much that when the bottle is new it is at to high a pressure.


BUt everything I have said is just a guess. The person who knows the most is King and you can check the NOs forum or ask him a question there for expert advice!
KING knows all.
Finally somebody like richard might also be able to give a little info.

I am just trying to learn too so all this is just waiting to be stated "bull" by the informed.

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