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So how does the bike add more fuel when the nitrous is sprayed? I cannot figure this out unless you tee a fuel line to a Y adapter with the n2o for a wet shot?

any chances of it puddling up in the airbox? I heard of this on imports in the intake manifold (which is an airbox on a bike)



I see people run ~30 shot on the FI r6's, what about the 02's carbed ones?
 

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I've never done it on a bike, but on snowmobiles, systems such as boondocker nitrous kits, their regulator nozzles take a tiny bit of nitrous pressure, to raise the air pressure in the float bowl, which force feeds a tad more fuel when on the button. sweet design.

with these the added fuel is adjustable with a screw.

You might try doing a search on the kits, they should work very well on bikes also.
 
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