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     !  Do not attempt to start the engine if the nitrous has been injected while the engine was not running.  Disconnect
        the coil wire and turn the engine over with the throttle wide open for several revolutions before attempting to start.
        Failure to do so can result in extreme engine damage.

     !  Never permit oil, grease, or any other readily combustible substances to come in contact with cylinders, valves,
        solenoids, hoses, and fittings.  Oil and certain gases (such as oxygen and nitrous oxide) may combine to produce
        a highly flammable condition.

     !  Never interchange nitrous and fuel solenoids.  Failure to follow these simple instructions can result in extreme
        engine damage and/or personal injury.

     !  Never drop or violently strike the bottle.  Doing so may result in an explosive bottle failure.

     !  Never change pressure settings of safety relief valve on the nitrous bottle valve.  Increasing the safety relief valve
        pressure settings may create an explosive bottle hazard.

     !  Identify the gas content by the Dynotune on the bottle before using.  If the bottle is not identified to show the gas
        contained, return the bottle to the supplier.

     !  Do not deface or remove any markings, which are on the nitrous bottle.

     !  Nitrous bottle valves should always be closed when the system is not being used.

     !  Notify the supplier of any condition, which might have permitted any foreign matter to enter the valve or bottle.

     !  Keep the valves closed on all empty bottles to prevent accidental contamination.

     !  After storage, open the nitrous bottle valve for an instant to clear the opening of any possible dust or dirt.

     !  It is important that all threads on the valves and solenoids are properly mated.  Never force connections that do
        not fit properly.

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