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 Post subject: Complex Manifolds
PostPosted: Tue Jan 21, 2020 11:22 pm 
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I just wanted to make this quick post showing how convoluded intake manifold designs can cause
problems with high nitrous flow rates. Now, this is assuming that the nitrous system is designed to work
in a single point application. The more poorly the nitrous system design, the more likely problems will arise
from fuel drop out. Simply taking a good look at these photos should tell the story, at least if you have
any slight amount of common sense.

Generally, if the airflow has to make many turns and/or force fuel to a level below that of the valves, then
a direct port system will be required to ensure proper distribution.

Of course, the only proper system to use is WoN!

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 Post subject: Re: Complex Manifolds
PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2020 3:52 pm 
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Great Post TurboBox, surprising that the simplest things can cause such a headache before you even get started.

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It's a subject that people don't seem to grasp when I attempt to explain the hazards of such manifolds. I find that no matter how much you spell out the potential problems one can have, especially with generic garbage kits, they just roll the dice anyway. Then when things break, they come to me and ask what went wrong! :lol: :beatstick:


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