Please do not email me or the Honda Performance site with questions relating to it. 1.8 What are some good books/magazines/links to check out? During the combustion process in an engine, at about 572 degrees F., nitrous breaks down and releases oxygen.
I have also removed any email addresses since many of the contributors to this FAQ are no longer invloved with the Honda scene. 1.9 I have a question about working on my car, does this FAQ answer it? 1.11 What will my emissions be like after modifications? This extra oxygen creates additional power by allowing more fuel to be burned.
I have included it here since it contains a great deal of excellent technical information that is no longer found in any of the FAQ's. 1.7 How will modifications hurt the life of the engine? 3.10 What do I need to know before rebuilding my engine? The difference is the supercharger spins by a belt attached to the crankshaft pulley (much like your A/C, power steering, and alternator) Nitrous Oxide : [email protected](Lowbuck Brawler aka Weyland Jung) Nitrous oxide is made up of 2 parts nitrogen and one part oxygen (36% oxygen by weight).First off, thanks to Jesse Broadwater, Greg Poole and Goldtip for making this chat happen!We had a great time and Jesse has a tremendous amount of knowledge to share!Thanks to JHENS for saving all of the logs to build this transcript and to all other moderators that made it in to lend a hand![B]Jesse Broadwater Featured Chat[/B] JHENS87 – Jesse, what made you switch from the shoot through system at Lancaster to the arc-tec cable slide system for Vegas?