Nitrous systems are designed using 900-950 PSI tank pressure as a paradigm in determining the proper nitrous jetting to use. When your ambient or tank temperatures drop below 75 degrees Fahrenheit your nitrous system pressure, even with a full tank, will drop below this paradigm and you will end up losing the full effectiveness of your nitrous system. When ambient/tank temps change your system performance will also become inconsistent. These two reasons are why tank heaters were invented.
• Automatically maintains optimum bottle temperature with precision thermostats.
• Velcro straps for fast and easy installation on the bottle
• Electrical components are pre-assembled and molded into the heater for ease of installation and isolation from the elements.
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