I think this is my new winter project. Great link!
I've run nitrous for years on my drag car. My problem with this site is it glosses over the most important part of the nitrous setup: The fuel side. Spraying nitrous into a motor without matching fuel is meltdown city.
EFI bikes are great for nitrous because they, like EFI cars, they have a return line on the fuel system and it's regulated. So you jam pressure into the reg and it raises fuel pressure, thus flow, and your stock injectors deliver what you need. This is a "dry" nitrous kit.
Otherwise, you have to use a "wet kit". A kit that has it's own fuel delivery in parallel with its nitrous delivery. These have more headroom for power but are more complex to install and tune, typically.
Spray is, no question, the best and easiest to tune power adder out there. I've tried them all: Forced induction, N/A screamer, N2O. Nitrous has the cheapest buy in, is the safest and easiest to tune right.
Just eat a lotta chili burritos before you ride... no need to tune... but results vary from time to time.... depending on the potency of the chili~
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Fuggin EFI bikes!!!!! It seems that every mod that I want is better on the EFI bike. Anyone want to trade for a sweet ass gixxa?
so can this be somewhat easily done on a carb bike then?
Dead easy. When you buy an N2O "kit" for your bike from NOS, you are "building your own [N2O] system", because the kit is generic for the displacement range your bike falls into.
On a carb bike you'd need to run the more complex and tricky to tune wet kit setup but, it's still not a big deal.
The definition of "shitting your pants" is hitting 50 horse worth of nitrous off the line on a stock suspended streetbike.