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Old 02-28-2012, 11:39 AM   #1
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Hey guys quick question. I need at run a gauge, blowdown tube, and pressure sensor for the heater on my set-up. The problem is that I only have 1 accessory port on my NOS hi-flow bottle valve. Any suggestions on what I can do?
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Well we have a couple of manifolds that you could use. What size is your feed line?
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Well we have this manifold that would work great for you.
http://fourm.nitrousexpress.com/prod...ils.php?id=227

This would allow you to run who more accessories after the valve.
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So you just screw this onto the bottle nut?
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This is what you will need.
http://www.nitrousoutlet.com/catalog...3&product=3786

Our manifold fitting is a dual accessory port and it swivels. With the style bottle valve you have this will be very useful in order for you to be able to place the fittings in the stoping position you need.

This will screw onto your bottle nut. Then the main feed line will screw onto the oposite end. The center of the fitting will have two 1/8 npt holes. In these holes you can put your gauge and pressure switch.

The blow down tube will hook to the NHRA fitting on the bottle valve. If your bottle has this fitting it will have a 8 an thread off the valve. If it does not you will need to purchase the NHRA valve. Can you post a picture of your bottle set up?
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So you just screw this onto the bottle nut?
Yes i would screw on to the bottle valve. If you need one that swivels we do also offer on that swivels.

http://fourm.nitrousexpress.com/prod...ls.php?id=1514
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