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fastceli2001
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Feb 22, 6:18pm - #109163 
nitrous question

im seriously considering of adding a wet system to my car but i have a question that needs to be answered. how much does it cost to fill up a n2o bottle (10 lbs.) and where can this be done???


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spaztikid
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1974 Toyota Celica

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Feb 22, 6:20pm - #109164 
Originally Posted by fastceli2001
im seriously considering of adding a wet system to my car but i have a question that needs to be answered. how much does it cost to fill up a n2o bottle (10 lbs.) and where can this be done???


nitrous costs about 3-4 bucks a pound... so to fill up it would be about 30 40 bucks

there are a few places that i know around here... but not where you live.

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skdmorse
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2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

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Feb 22, 6:24pm - #109165 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by fastceli2001
im seriously considering of adding a wet system to my car but i have a question that needs to be answered. how much does it cost to fill up a n2o bottle (10 lbs.) and where can this be done???


nitrous costs about 3-4 bucks a pound... so to fill up it would be about 30 40 bucks

there are a few places that i know around here... but not where you live.


Yep, it cost me anywere from $28 to $35 bucks abottle...

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CeLlYgT04
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Feb 22, 8:40pm - #109166 
Originally Posted by skdmorse
Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by fastceli2001
im seriously considering of adding a wet system to my car but i have a question that needs to be answered. how much does it cost to fill up a n2o bottle (10 lbs.) and where can this be done???


nitrous costs about 3-4 bucks a pound... so to fill up it would be about 30 40 bucks

there are a few places that i know around here... but not where you live.


Yep, it cost me anywere from $28 to $35 bucks abottle...


Have you had any problems with your n2o, cause I am considering it as well wink

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blackcel
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Feb 22, 10:02pm - #109167 
Are you going to run a returnable fuel line, i am going to add a wet kit within the next few months as well, and was curious how big of a help it would be. Something like the SF fuel rail.


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Feb 22, 10:07pm - #109168 
Originally Posted by blackcel
Are you going to run a returnable fuel line, i am going to add a wet kit within the next few months as well, and was curious how big of a help it would be. Something like the SF fuel rail.


if you're thinking of it, the Stafford rail is a fine choice thumbsup

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