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Can anyone tell me how many lbs/kg/ltrs etc of nitrous is added to each litre of additionally added fuel.
 

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it is not really a set number I always just took the jets they recomended for the power level I wanted and tuned the rest in fuel pressure

what ever you do though start rich and check your plugs often
 

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Okay then... in another way around.
What was the fuel flow rate (jet size) on the fuel side and the n2o rate (jet size) for the system you had, and its power rating.

ie 150shot = number 'x' fuel jets @ 'x' PSI pressure and number 'y' n2o jets at 'y' PSI line pressure?

Is that able to be quantified?

I am trying to set up a propane/n2o system ony. No fuel.
It is very simple to deliver liquid propane into the inlet and similarly easy to add n2o.
I just want to try to quantify how much propane to start with (GPH type numbers) to achieve the equivalent of a 150 shot system.
If I can find the fuel delivery amount for a 150 shot I have a start point as propane is about 87% of the BTU level of 91 octane fuel.
 

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For a 150 shot the fuel jet is a .071 plus all the jets and the power valve in your carburator blowing full blast.

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