= hold on for dear life and be prepared to get sent.... BACK... TO DA FUTURE! lol :laughing :laughingBMatthews said:NOS on a 12R.........:eek
I don't know whether NOS is legal on tracks.. but that sounds like the kind of activity that is best suited for one..Human said:what's wrong with a bit of NOS ? :rolleyes not like I would use it everyday, those cans are quite costly but just imagine, straight road, me cruising along, busa/12R flies by, I turn nos on, I fly by......:roflmao, you get the picture
Not true. The reason is N2O is not considered a dangerous good unless there is more than 20lb's worth on the vehicle. N2O is also NON flammable. It is an Oxidizer.Big Jim said:As far as I know, N2O is not legal on the street unless you have the proper paperwork and placards to carry dangerous goods. Anyone have any info on this?
nope. NO2 would be Nitrous Dioxide (does this even exist ?)Xyban said:Isn't it NO2?>
That's a provisional pass in Chemistry for you Jonathanjonathan said:
nope. NO2 would be Nitrous Dioxide (does this even exist ?)
Nitrous oxide splits up at around 572 degrees (i think) and turns into 2 nitrogen atoms and one oxygen atom (pure oxygen) the pure oxigen causes a hotter faster burn (more torque due to increased cylinder pressure)
The nitrogen acts as a buffer to avoid detonation and helps to cool things down.
if it was NO2 it would i guess split up into nitrogen and O2 which is water.