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I going to be going on the bottle pretty soon and am getting everything lined out on paper first. My question is, can I store the NO2 bottle at about a 10degree angle and adjust the angle when I'm ready to use the nitrous or does it have to stay in a fixed postion?
 

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It shouldn't matter as long as the bottle was angled properly before operation and the line was properly purged before use. You could probably even leave it at 10 degrees, but you might not have a very good pickup... But why wouldn't you just mount it at 15 degrees as it's recommended and not have to worry about it?
 

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Chris,
Most all bottles comes with brackets where the back one is shorter than the front one. Therefore the bottle is on a 15 deg. angle when you mount it. Give me a call if you have any questions bud.
 

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the reason i'm asking is b/c I'm building a sub/amp enclosure for my trunk and was thinking about hooking the brackets up to a linear actuator that I could activate whenever and have the NO2 bottle come up thru the fiberglass enclosure when "turned on" and be pretty much hidden when "turned off".

Thanks for the info! :bigthumb:
 
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