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Old 02-18-2011, 03:05 AM   #1
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i just bought a nitrous system for my corvette and was wondering where can hide my bottle...a friend of mine said i can put it in the spare tire well but will it have the right angle?
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i just bought a nitrous system for my corvette and was wondering where can hide my bottle...a friend of mine said i can put it in the spare tire well but will it have the right angle?
your corvette has a spare tire well?
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I didn't think corvettes cam with spare tires.....
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Can you imagine a corvette driving down the road with the normal steam rollers and one 13 inch spare tire on it lmao
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apparently not i just went to look for it and it doesnt exist so where can i hide a 10lb bottle or is it even worth trying to hide?
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You can mount it inside the rear fascia, I think there is enough room.
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Even if the car doesn't have a spare tire, we can still understand the area you are talking about. I have a C5 Z06 and that's where I put mine. I had to reverse the mounts, as they were designed to be mounted on a flat surface, so by putting the shorter mount up front and the taller mount in the back, I ended up with a decent bottle angle. My car didn't come with the well cover panels (all C5 Z06's had them deleted - weight savings?!) but I use a partition to prevent prying eyes from seeing my bottle through the windows. Is it completely hidden? No, but it is hidden from plain sight so that is good enough for me for now. The only way you can see it is if I open the rear hatch. Of course, a C6 has the bigger glass in the rear, so you will have to get a bit more creative.

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I have seen photos on the net where people have turned the bottle sideways and been able to hide it under the well cover panel in the "spare tire well." That was on a C5, but I imagine that it is possible on a C6. Google it?

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Even if the car doesn't have a spare tire, we can still understand the area you are talking about. I have a C5 Z06 and that's where I put mine. I had to reverse the mounts, as they were designed to be mounted on a flat surface, so by putting the shorter mount up front and the taller mount in the back, I ended up with a decent bottle angle. My car didn't come with the well cover panels (all C5 Z06's had them deleted - weight savings?!) but I use a partition to prevent prying eyes from seeing my bottle through the windows. Is it completely hidden? No, but it is hidden from plain sight so that is good enough for me for now. The only way you can see it is if I open the rear hatch. Of course, a C6 has the bigger glass in the rear, so you will have to get a bit more creative.

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I have seen photos on the net where people have turned the bottle sideways and been able to hide it under the well cover panel in the "spare tire well." That was on a C5, but I imagine that it is possible on a C6. Google it?
I guess you've never seen a C6 then I guess. They don't have that sloped well in the back.
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i dont think you can mout your bottle tilted like that.. theres a pick up tube in side the bottle thats on an angle why they come with the brackets the way they are.. iam not a 100% on this but ive heard it before
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I think you might need some custom work to get it hidden. I looked in my dads c6 today and not much space for any good angle
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I think you might need some custom work to get it hidden. I looked in my dads c6 today and not much space for any good angle
can you measure the space that is there i have a 10lb bottle...or do you think the bottle will still be too big?
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General consensus around the corvette forums is use a mocked up subwoofer box for the c6 and hide it inside
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General consensus around the corvette forums is use a mocked up subwoofer box for the c6 and hide it inside
thanks bro i appreciate your help
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There are pics out there about mounting it in the passenger side fender. I will see if I can find them.
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Yeah I guess I never looked closely at a C6 rear hatch. My bad.
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We make an aluminum plate that apoxies to the floor of the car and gives a hard mounting area for the bottle. However it is not hidden.

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put it in the seat like vin diesels car in F&F lmfao
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I agree check inside the rear fascia or behind one of the front fenders. They all come off easily and there is plenty of room. Especially if you have a wide body kit.
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