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Old 06-27-2009, 10:27 AM   #1
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I ran at the 1/4 for the first time with the nano. Its always worked fine. before i ran i let a bag of ice sit on it for about an hour. when i opened both bottles the nano went down to 2000psi ( i have the 4500psi comp bottle) then when i ran at the top of third it cut out all together for about 2 seconds and than hit again. whats up about that?!

The whole night it wouldnt climb above 2000psi. every fill i have it never gets over 4000psi, it should be NO where close to empty it was my 2nd hit on that bottle!
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I don't believe you should be icing your Nano bottle. Only the Nitrous bottle to keep the bottle temperature down.
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i don't believe you should be icing your nano bottle. Only the nitrous bottle to keep the bottle temperature down.
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well it was on the n20 bottle but touchin the nano a lil. so ive learned not to.
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yeah, you dont want to do that. it would affect the expansion of the gas. it would liquefy all the nitrous, making little vapor for pressure. when the gas from the nano goes in, if your using compressed gas, would cool too. nano doesnt work super cold temps anyway, thats why they give you the thermometer for the n20 bottle.
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You sure the nitrous bottle isn't almost empty?
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im sure the bottle isnt empty. lesson learned. it sucks that it effected my times
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