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Flow rate of Oxygen when jetted for a 100 shot of N20

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Old 10-24-2016, 09:58 PM   #1
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Default Flow rate of Oxygen when jetted for a 100 shot of N20

Ill start out by saying this question requires a fairly complex calculation so please read carefully if you choose to take a stab at answering it


Assuming your jetted for a 100 shot on a stock LS1 motor APPROXIMATELY how many liters of Oxygen (not N20) would be you consuming per minute

In other words... What is the flow rate of O2 in a 100 shot of N20

(Thanks in advance for anyone who can figure this out)
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Old 10-30-2016, 06:02 PM   #2
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Nitrous is consumed at .8lbs per 100hp per 10 seconds, so .08lbs per second. Nitrous is approximately 33% oxygen (atomic weights of oxy and nitrogen are pretty close). So 33% of .08lbs is roughly .026lbs per second of oxygen. At ATMOSPHERIC pressure, .026lbs of oxygen is 8.25 liters per second APPROXIMATELY

How detailed/accurate did you need the math?
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