Traction control (TC) will not damage your engine. The NOS could. The fact the TC is engaging would indicate you are breaking traction due to using too big of a NOS shot. Some TC systems (I believe the 2001 Mustang is one) controls wheels spin by reducing fuel...a bad situation for a NOS equipped car. If you're at the track, turn the TC off, and concentrate on throttle control. You could end up with a serious detonation issue. The 4.6 does not have a strong "factory" bottom end, you should consider an upgrade here as your next priority.
Turbo or nitrous.
One second faster in quarter mile with a 125 shot
Nitrous doesn't make the car go faster, it makes it accelerate faster.. and I wouldn't be able to tell u how much untill you ask accordingly about the engine
If it's a stock z28 setup with nitrous and a 350 stick that's in excellent condition the value will be around the $6-7000. If its custom let me know the specs in your response
No, nitrous oxide is not a sublimate.
nitrous is the weak acid.
Nitrous acid is HNO2
the fastest land speed record in a ford car was set in a ford gt 500 kr mustang with superchargers (x6) and nitrous! it did 200 mph
Nitrous oxide is N2O.
when was automotive use nitrous oxide invented
Nitrous Oxide is a sedative
MAOIs do not interact with nitrous oxides. MAOIs affect monoamine compounds. Nitrous oxide is not one of these, so MAOIs do not affect the activity of nitrous oxide.
dry sprays only nitrous into your intake then your cars computer sends more fuel to compacat with a wet its sends both nitrous and fuel
It would be very dangerous to use nitrous oxide while working out. It causes dizziness, fainting, loss of motor control and temporary loss of sensation. Nitrous oxide is only safe when administered in a dentist's office by trained professionals who are mixing it with the correct ratio of oxygen to avoid asphyxiation.
No. Nitrous oxide (NO) is an inorganic compound.
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Nitrous oxide causes a loss of motor control which is likely to make you fall down immediately after using it. If inhaled from the tank, frostbite can occur to the face and mouth. Other side effects include nausea, sleepiness, lack of coordination, disorientation and loss of appetite. Nitrous oxide can cause asphyxiation when not mixed with oxygen.
It is Nitric Oxide, not nitrous oxide. Nitrous Oxide is laughing gas.
The MSDS for nitrous oxide (N2O) mention for mutagenity:none.
Nitrous oxide is also known as laughing gas.
nitrous oxide cylinders are blue
HNO2 (aq) is nitrous acid in solution.
The elements in a molecule of nitrous oxide are nitrogenand oxygen.
Nitrous oxide is soluble in water.
The nitrous oxide(N2O) is an inorganic compound.