I am newbie to N2O systems but I decided to install one into my Honda CB-1
It's a 1990 year old 4-cylinder carburator bike that is free from any "smart" electrics (no ECU, TPS, MAP, etc).
Stock carbs are going to be replaced with Keihin FCR, stock CDI and coils are going to be replaced with Dyna 2000.
My current N20 kit consists of:
- SB75 base kit with venom injectors;
- Max Extreme V2 controller;
- N20 gauge + dash mount kit (t-piece + thread converter);
- Dynojet WB2 AFR module + AFR gauge;
- N20 and fuel transducers.
As I said I have almost zero experience in installing N20 system, so I have a lot of stupid questions.
I will be happy if you will find time to answer them without beating me
I will start from simple things:
1) Threads dimensions and sealant...
My kit includes 5mm and 4mm nylon pipes.
What is correct thread size for 5mm olives nuts? Is it M10x1?
What is correct thread size for N2O gauge? Is it 1/8 BSPT ?
N2O dash mount kit consists of T-Pice, thread convertor and 5 nylon O-rings:
Does T-Pice have the same thread size on all ends? Is it M10x1?
Where should be nylon O-rings used?
N2O gauge manual says that it is recomended to apply thread sealant.
Is Prematex #59214 acceptable for this purpose? (t 204 C, 700BAR)
2) Fuel supply.
I am going to use additional fuel pump for N2O system, so there is no need to use fuel T-piece from kit.
I want to use some union to connect 8mm fuel pipe directly to fuel solenoid.
Something like this:
This union on the photo have thread size G1/8 which seems to be the wrong thread.
Should it be M10x1?
If I will use such union are there any additional requirements for it? (tapered thread, internal cone, etc)
Is there a need to use 5mm olive for sealant between such union and solenoid?
Thats all for now.
More stupid questions will appear as I will move in the N20 system installation.
Thanks in advance and sorry for my English.