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Okay so some people run nitrous at the track or even sometimes on the street, but what happens when you have a nitrous explosion on a motorcycle?? I've seen backfires blow the intake right off a car engine, and in the case of a bike im thinking engine, nitrous, intake box, gas tank, you; that seems like a bad combination.

So what happens? Anyone ever see in person or on video one go off?
 

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bahaha, that looks like a pleasant thing to have happen by your nuts

i kind of want to watch some idiot blow themselves up at home ....
 

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Poor Spiderman almost blew himself up. :sad
Using NOS is incredibly dumb... IMO the extra speed is not worth the risk.


 

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Poor Spiderman almost blew himself up. :sad
Using NOS is incredibly dumb... IMO the extra speed is not worth the risk.
holy shit, yeah thats the sort of thing im talking about it.

nitrous on car -yes
nitrous on motorcycle - uhhhh

An old thread just popped up about nitrous on a bike and i couldnt help but start thinking how bad of an idea that is. Wrapping your torso around a thin fuel tank, with the potential for a nitrous explosion directly underneath. So much potential there.
 

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That looks like a nitro drag bike. Nitromethane is a fuel (aka top fuel). It is not suitable for street-use, at all.

Nitrous, which I'm definitely not an expert on, I think usually blows from injecting off throttle. Nitrous is added to gas through injection. I think most motorcycle kits are wired so you can only shoot nitrous into the system under full throttle.
 
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