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This is gonna be a dumb question but being everyone says spray bar is way to go for even distribution why put time and r and d into this fancy fogger? Is it a lot cheaper than your spray bars price wise?
 

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the further away you spray the nitrous from entering the cylinder, the more it expands. The more it expands the more it restricts the natural air flow that could have entered the engine had it been introduced closer to the cylinder. This should be basic 101 with anyone that knows about nitrous. Now if you want to cover from a safety point of view, maybe a ballistic vest would be in order!
 

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This is gonna be a dumb question but being everyone says spray bar is way to go for even distribution why put time and r and d into this fancy fogger? Is it a lot cheaper than your spray bars price wise?
There are many rider that are new to nitrous that prefer fogging the airbox, this may be the first step before upgrading. The current fog nozzles didnt fan spray enough to cover all of the velocity stacks very well and it is not in everyone's budget to get a spraybar kit. Yes this will be alot cheaper than a spraybar kit.
 

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Cool didn't mean to sound condescending if I did. I started out fogging and honestly it worked really well for me. I'm sure it would have been even better if I had this to do it with.
 
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