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post #1 of 28 Old 01-08-2011, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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NOS on the XX

I want to weigh all possibilities before making my decision. I will be upgrading my bike to make around 60hp and trying figure out if I want to go into the motor or add NOS. To have someone go into my motor to make 60hp is going to cost around $2000.00. To add a 20hp shot of NOS is going to cost me $500.00. My main concern is, how safe is the NOS for my engine. I would like to get some of your opinions on what i should do.

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My friend runs a pro comp normally asperated nitrous drag bike and when you look at his engine its had serious work done to it just make full advantage on the nitrous its not just as simple as bolting on a cheap nitrous kit and expecting reliable power theres alot of factors to achieving your 20 hp gain
firstly how are you going to add the extra fuel needed to the engine when using the nitrous our 700s are fuel injected not carbs and run that engine lean with nitrous and you might as well put a cutting torch to it
you will need to uprate your clutch so as not to incurr slip
also the electrical system ie the spark usually needs upgrading
lastly the down side to nitrous is its all over in a matter of seconds as that little bottle doesnt last long and as it gets less full the pressures alter which in turn also lessens the power hit you think your going to get
brilliant for drag racing on large engines but why on earth would you want it on a quad
i would look at it like this its not the 2000 your going to spend on the engine its the 500 you would save by not wasting your time going the nitrous route

take care and good luck whatever you choose
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Adding the extra fuel is easily compensated for by using a wet kit, you can run a 20 shot all day long with no issues provided it is properly installed, A 2.5 lb bottle will give you about 10-12 good 300' passes, I would recommend going to an aftermarket piston...look at boss noss, very reliable and I am sure they have a kit for the XX.....Jeremy is a great guy and can answer all your questions.

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here's a link to joker racing and there boss nitro kit..
http://www.jokersracing.com/content-...os_bottle.html

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420quadracer360,
I am not interested in a NOS Kit for my TRX700XX but that link has some nice after market items for the machine. The grab bars, front bumpers and other items are really nice. Thanks for the link.
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The 700xx has a stock forged piston, so you should be good.
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im thinking a nitrous kit is going to cost more than 500 properly installed but hey its your bike

one thing you need to consider is if its not properly installed and the motor detonates you could be out more than 2k to fix it

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I wouldn't go to jokers racing if I were you Sid. Look at their prices. They are more expensive on everything. My guess is they act as a middle man take your order for a higher price then just order your parts from the manufacturer. Just go straight to the source and save some $$$$

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Crash21,
Thanks, that's a good point. I'm always up for saving money.
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Bottles are for babies
Thats ok jody....I can beat you without it.

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