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08.05.2020 13:59 # 1

It seems that over the years, a lot of technical considerations have been written about how spark plugs simply work, in parallel with the engine that is running. There is something you need to know about the characteristic structure of the spark plugs to make a smart choice for your application.
First and foremost; It must be of the correct design in order to operate with the equipment around your engine. This indicates that the spark plug has almost no effect on how the engine burns fuel and how it usually works. The right spark plug ensures its continuity in the current conditions inside the engine. A spark plug must maintain the correct heat to keep it clean. Incorrect temperature changes can cause overheated spark plug or dirty spark plug. temperature changes affect the heat of the ceramic surrounding the central electrode. Poor mix air / fuel ratings are the most difficult to burn because there are very few fuel molecules on the nail gap surface when the nail will fire; Spark plugs with short gap are designed for the latest model low mix engines. Modern high-energy ignition systems also allow wide nail gaps (gap).
Often, the original, wide-spaced Claw creates a misfire condition a few seconds after using nitro. Incorrect ignition is not due to heat exchange. Incorrect ignition occurs because the ground (chassis) line of the spark plug becomes white core, because it is too far to exhaust the extra heat generated by the ignition condition created by the nitron. For proper application, it is to replace those with shorter chassis lines. By doing this, you will shorten the path of the heat held by the ground line. You can use the same heat exchange line, you will only need to find the spark plug that has a shorter and preferably thicker chassis line and no machined tab.
If you only replace the spark plug's heat line to the cooler heat line, you may still have the wrong ignition problem. Since the length of the ground line is the cause of misfire, a cooler spark plug may have the same length of the ground line as that of the warmer spark plug you have replaced. Spark plug gaps are usually between .030 ”and .035”. Never try to reduce the gap of a spark plug designed to .060 ”to .035”. Provide a spark plug that has been designed according to the .035 ”range.

MELİH 2008-11-28 10:47:29
08.05.2020 13:59 # 2

The use of Nitro Oxide (N2O) does not imply an increase in airborne nitrogen oxides (NOx). Of course, it is not legal to use NOS systems for “racing only” systems in emission controlled engines. However, most NOS systems have received documents from 50 states that it is legal to use in the USA. Approval for use in emission controlled vehicles has been taken by independent laboratory tests, and it has been linked to proof that the exhaust emissions of these NOS systems are not increased under normal driving conditions. We recommend the use of NOS kits with emission clearance on engines that adhere to emission control regulations.

08.05.2020 13:59 # 3

There are two main types of NOS systems. Spray bar plate systems; Powershot (strong shot), Cheater (deceptive), Big shot (big shot) used with an intermediate plate between carburetor and manifold. This plate supplies nitro and additional fuel to the intake manifold canals through the built-in spray bars. Nitro systems for most fuel injection engines and systems such as Top Shot are different forms of plate system technology. Plate systems can give 50 or extra 400 horsepower. Most plate systems have nitro and fuel jet features that can be adjusted for horsepower gain and system adjustment. Plate systems are used in street and most racing classes.
On the other hand, direct port systems use specially designed injectors, fogger nozzles to supply nitro and additional fuel to each suction path as close as possible to the suction valve. These systems deliver plenty of nitro and fuel while delivering the same amount to each cylinder. Multiple stage direct port systems have increased up to 1000 extra horsepower in some professional racing engines. All NOS direct port systems feature nitro and fuel jets that can be changed for horsepower tuning and system tuning. Direct port systems are used in almost all kinds of engines, both street and racing applications. Some nitro systems for fuel injection are a different expression of Direct Port technology.
In a system type for gasoline injection, a direct port style nozzle is used to inject nitro and fuel into the upper suction way. Dry manifold-style nitro systems inject nitro up into the air stream, while additional fuel is delivered by the engine's own fuel injection nozzles

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