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Old Nov 16, 2012, 07:40 AM
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R/C Nitro boost bottle kit

Ok, tell me what's wrong with these pictures and can this really work. I know in real size superbikes that are customize with such kits for looks and some do really work but can this work or can they be made to work? what's missing if there is anything missing?
http://www.boostinductionsystems.com...g_home_069.htm
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Old Nov 16, 2012, 08:26 AM
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no solenoid valve included in the system.
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Old Nov 16, 2012, 08:35 AM
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no solenoid valve included in the system.

Oh 2nd look it a constant pressure system for the carb not a nitrous kit which it look like before. i can't see it working to well on our tiny little carb's
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Old Nov 16, 2012, 09:04 AM
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lets say its possible to make it work .....hypothetically. Showing how a solenoid valve works on this vid and pausing at every step to analize and think.
Direct-Acting Solenoid Valve Animation (0 min 24 sec)
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Old Nov 16, 2012, 09:53 AM
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I personally don't think, a Nitrous system will EVER be compatible with the glow ignition principle.... Ergo, you will get horrible pre-ignition and melt down the engine.

Brgds, Bert
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I would suggest you edit and remove the first line of that post as it is a personal attack.

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Old Nov 16, 2012, 04:15 PM
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It's a pressure reservoir to even out the pressure buildup under the venturi as you're throttelling. As I remember, it was popular a few years back, especially with 3,5cc buggys. Fiddy bikes used them too (larger ones).The advantages was said to make the engine throttle smoother and deliver power quicker. Haven't heard of the trick lately.
I think you should keep the rubber hose as short as possible to let the flask do its thing to the fullest.
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Old Nov 16, 2012, 05:40 PM
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@ Malcabro racer:

You always so friendly?

I suggest, instead of searching for beer on your workbench, you spend your time searching for a video showing a nitrous system that WORKS, and being demostrated to do so.... instead of a completely NON-proof video featuring some fancy background, some semi-attractive lady acting like she knows a thing or two, asking some clearly scripted questions to some nerd showing off some ridiculous bling bling without even so much of a servo moving....

Burp.... Bert
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Old Nov 16, 2012, 06:06 PM
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Ok, tell me what's wrong with these pictures and can this really work. I know in real size superbikes that are customize with such kits for looks and some do really work but can this work or can they be made to work? what's missing if there is anything missing?
http://www.boostinductionsystems.com...g_home_069.htm
This is an old OS engine from about 10 years ago. They had this system std. They hid the bottle in the rear. Was all the go back then. Was actually called a boost bottle. Had nothing to do with boost though.
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/newat...anageattach&p=
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Old Nov 17, 2012, 08:22 AM
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Yes it works but 2 bottles is over kill.lol The bottle gets pressurized at lowend, some of the air and fuel mix travels into the bottle. At lowend then it gets fed back into the engine at high end. A lot of the better motors have gotten better with multiple ports and things. So you don't really need the boost bottle setup. Oh yeah plus some good old fashion carb tuning can get the motor running in top form.
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Old Nov 17, 2012, 09:41 AM
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WoW ...that bad ...beer got me hallucinating and confuse THAT'S IT, No more beers on my workbench and semi ugly chicks for me.
Wanna see the other option with the pressurize bottles and where can they be attach. I kidda like the price from both companies. http://www.rbinnovations.com/ and http://www.boostinductionsystems.com...g_home_069.htm
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Old Nov 17, 2012, 04:56 PM
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Yes it works but 2 bottles is over kill.lol The bottle gets pressurized at lowend, some of the air and fuel mix travels into the bottle. At lowend then it gets fed back into the engine at high end. A lot of the better motors have gotten better with multiple ports and things. So you don't really need the boost bottle setup. Oh yeah plus some good old fashion carb tuning can get the motor running in top form.
Maybe that's why I couldn't notice any difference I always had my motors tune spot on. Lol.
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