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!  Use sealant of any kind on AN type fittings.
     !  Allow nitrous pressure to exceed 1100 psi.  Excessive pressure can cause swelling or in extreme cases
        failure of the nitrous solenoid plunger.
     !  Inhale nitrous oxide.  Death due to suffocation can occur.
     !  Allow nitrous oxide to come in contact with skin.  Severe frostbite can occur.
     !  Use octane boosters that contain methanol.  Fuel solenoid failure may occur, producing severe engine
        damage.

     Chapter 1.  Introduction to your DynoTune Nitrous Oxide Kit

     1.1 General Information

     This kit is intended for 4 and 6 cylinder applications.  This kit was designed to be used on late model multi-
     point fuel injection type engines with 43 psi + 5 psi fuel pressure.

     NOTE:  This nitrous oxide injection system injects a mixture of nitrous oxide and fuel into the air intake duct.
     If the instructions are not carefully followed, poor mixture distribution can occur, resulting in variations of air
     to fuel ratio from cylinder to cylinder.  In extreme cases, intake manifold backfires can occur, if the
     instructions are not followed exactly.

     These kits have been designed for safety and smoothness of operation.  Nitrous oxide is injected into the
     engine only when the following conditions are met:

     !  Bottle valve is opened
     !  System is armed
     !  Engine is at wide-open throttle

     Horsepower and torque increases due to these kits will vary with engine displacement and modifications.
     Approximate power increase estimates can be made based upon the massflow of nitrous oxide into the
     engine.  The following table is provided to allow you to estimate the power increase you can expect for your
     application.  DynoTune strongly suggests that an upper limit of about 40% to 50% increase in power output
     from your stock engine.  Exceeding this can result in premature engine failure.

                               Table 1.  Jetting Combinations @ 43 PSI Fuel Pressure

                                                                                   Approximate Power
                           Kits                   Nitrous  / Fuel Jetting               Increase
                                                                                          (BHP)
                DynoTune Twin Wet EFI                     24  / 12                        75 HP
                     Nozzle system                        34  / 18                       100 HP
                                                          42  / 24                       150 HP
                       (8 cylinder)

      NOTE:  If jets other than the ones recommended in the table are used, please refer to Chapter 3, “Baseline
     Tuning Suggestions” and Chapter 4, “Preparing for Operation”, for additional information on jet selection.

     Drivability, fuel economy, and exhaust emissions should not be affected under normal (part throttle)
     conditions.


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