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    Post your Nitrous Bottle mount pictures. I need some ideas.

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    i hide all mine, sho is alot of room between the rh tunnel and passenger seat keeps the bottle cool, within reach, and outta site. just build tank style pads for whatever tunnel.

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    Here is a buddies setup.




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    It's not the cleanest install you'll see but it works. There's another one just like it on the drivers side. We glassed a piece of wood the the floor and it has carpet over it and then I cut a bracket I got from a welding supply company it sit in the proper angle:



    Each line runs a -6 line to a "Y" and then the single -6 from the "Y" goes to the solenoid. Running with both bottles open really stabilizes the Nos pressure and the "fall off" isn't near as bad once the pressure does start to drop because you have more volume to work with.

    Hope that helps.

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    Thanks for the ideas so far. The Crown Royal is awesome!

    Question:
    Is it better to mount the bottle in the shade (where its cool)? Or does it really matter? I was thinking of mounting it in front of the motor. Or behind the driver seat.

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    to a tree while camping! -- for refills! LOL



    seriously, Mine are behind the seats like the crown bottles, couldnt find a pic of my setup but up here we dont have to worry about them getting too hot and building too much pressure and blowing a pressure relief - I dont know if that is a problem or not down in your neck of the woods.

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    IMO the shade is a good ideal and on hot days you still might be putting a wet towel on the bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -XTC- View Post
    to a tree while camping! -- for refills! LOL



    seriously, Mine are behind the seats like the crown bottles, couldnt find a pic of my setup but up here we dont have to worry about them getting too hot and building too much pressure and blowing a pressure relief - I dont know if that is a problem or not down in your neck of the woods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    IMO the shade is a good ideal and on hot days you still might be putting a wet towel on the bottle.

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    I really dont want to stuff it in one of the sponsons. So a wet tow might be the plan!
    I wanted to keep that for storage as this is my river boat so i need room for chairs, jackets, anchor, cooler, and whatever else my girlfriend feels is nessasary for a day on the river.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    It's not the cleanest install you'll see but it works. There's another one just like it on the drivers side. We glassed a piece of wood the the floor and it has carpet over it and then I cut a bracket I got from a welding supply company it sit in the proper angle:



    Each line runs a -6 line to a "Y" and then the single -6 from the "Y" goes to the solenoid. Running with both bottles open really stabilizes the Nos pressure and the "fall off" isn't near as bad once the pressure does start to drop because you have more volume to work with.

    Hope that helps.

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    I've got mine on the drivers side just like that. I'm digging those Crown Royal bottles too. Might have just found a new idea.


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