Boost Bottle Industries NOS system

Discussion in 'Performance Mods' started by Gimmick, Sep 22, 2007.

  1. Gimmick

    Gimmick Guest

    Ok folks, i was putzin around on ebay today and found a NOS injection system sold by the same guys who sell boost bottles. It looks like it uses those little whipped cream nitrous cans, and mounts on the handle bars... do I dare??? has anyone else seen or tried these yet. I fear of blowing my motor, yet im like a moth to the bonfire on this one...yikes.

  2. Go for broke! ;-)

  3. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    I heard....the 4th shot of nos burns a hole in your piston....I vote, DO IT!!!!
    then let us know.....:p:lol:
  4. rcjunkie

    rcjunkie Guest

    with a stock carb, heck no don't do it. With an aftermarket carb, go right ahead but make sure you are running fairly rich before you shoot any NOX into the engine.
  5. dave1490

    dave1490 Guest

    i,v played with wet system,s on cars.but i think the system your talking about is a dry system{enter,s cylinder in a gas form insted of a liquid}on a car you need to install a gas solinoid aswell as nox to offset the exstra oxagen{otherwise thermal melt down}also a good idea is to backoff the timing about 6 degrees.i didn,t do this on my last car and cracked the piston crown right by the ring land,s.and that,s with only a 125hp shot on a 350ci chev.kit was a nos cheater 125-250hp.but i got out of it $50 to refill it for only 2 minutes of running time.
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  6. You can prevent (or at least greatly reduce the chance) piston piston damage by running a
    Custom made racing piston (i've been experimenting with this currently)....The piston is a
    high quality forged aluminum piece with a heat containing ceramic coated dome (keeps the heat above the piston rings and reduces oil burn off from wrist pin bushing / bearing area
    (the main cause of wrist bushing / bearing failure is excessive heat burning off the vital lubricating oil....then you know what happens next)....Additionally, the side skirts of the piston is Moly Impregnated to reduce side scuffing from the increased loads the nitrous
    places on the piston / cylinder walls....

  7. gauge

    gauge Guest

    hey andrew do u think u will be mass producing the pistons and is this new pistons ;) ,and i think the nos idea wouldnt be worth it for the shortburst of power for chancing engine damage
  8. HI Gauge,

    Been tinkering with various aspects of high performance on out little engines...However
    my main business has been keeping me pretty busy lately....It'll slow down this fall / winter then I will be free to tinker away!.....If there is enough interest in pistons etc....would be happy to make them available for all to try out ;-)

  9. quarkdude

    quarkdude Guest

    Upgraded Piston

    Hello andyinchville,
    quarkdude here. Always looking for more ways to soup it up. I would be interested in an upgraded piston. Definitely would like to try one.
    .........thanks, quarkdude from Albuquerque, NM
  10. Mogyver69

    Mogyver69 Guest

    Hi there, Ive got one on our shop 43cc stand up scooter. Completely stock. Stock carb, stock exhaust and I have another one on our modified stand up 43cc scooter. It works just as well on both scooters. Weve been using the modified scooter for quite some time now as a test bike to show customers how well these little nos kits work. The only thing we changed was a larger wt-603 carb and the after market exhaust. We didnt change the timing or put a forged piston in the engine. Still havenet removed the head. Bike still fires right up and has lots of power. The nos injected by these kits is very minimal. But you better hold on wheelies are a possibility if your not leaning forward!!!
  11. Chuck L

    Chuck L New Member

    I installed nitrous on my 48cc through my boost bottle my needle I set second from bottom.So far so good have run a couple of bottles.I have only been giving the engine maybe 1 sec. or less of a shot It does pull out pretty nice ,I will pull head off soon to check out inside of engine.Will let every know If I have any problems or if I smoke the engine.
  12. I second that. Please let us know....
  13. So why would anyone want a NOS button for their Motoredbike?
    So they can cut their 0 to 20 time? :grin:
  14. Just go for a turbo.
  15. fastboy9

    fastboy9 Member

    Nice! I was thinking of rigging something like this up as I have a kit in the garage. Look forward to seeing the results. I saw a video on youtube with somebody whose done it., sounds fun!
  16. Gear Dog

    Gear Dog New Member

  17. fastboy9

    fastboy9 Member

    Any luck with the nitrous?
  18. ozzyu812

    ozzyu812 Member

    :evil:Because you can!:evil:
  19. fastboy9

    fastboy9 Member

  20. sparky

    sparky Active Member

    ... at least not the Chinese 2-strokes.