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Process Essay I am writing a process essay about how to install a nitrous kit into to your car First I will describe how a combustion engine works so you can understand how a nitrous kit will be beneficial Secondly I will describe how to put in a nitrous kit into you automobile I have only installed one nitrous kit so I will be using that specific kit in this essay In the combustion process why will a nitrous kit be beneficial in increasing the HP Horsepower All internal combustion engines require air to operate More specifically they require oxygen O2 Air is composed of approximately twenty percent oxygen and eighty percent nitrogen by weight In the combustion process NO2 and CO2 are heated by the combustion of O2 Steam hot CO2 and hot N2 then expand to push the piston down Therefore if we could replace or add additional O2 to the engine and burn that O2 with more fuel we can make more power In theory if we replace all the air with pure O2 we could get 5 times the power out of an engine by being able to burn five times as much fuel per power stroke In practice we would blow up the motor at startup Nitrous Oxide allows us to significantly increase the output of an engine without blowing up the motor however up to a certain point Past that point its like trying to put six pounds of sand in a five pound bag the bottom falls out Over-nitro used motors cause piston crowns ring lands pin bosses and rods to collapse Dont over-nitrous N20 primarily increases engine power by supplying more O2 to the engine N20 is thirty-six percent O2 by weight whereas air is twenty percent A motor running on pure gaseous N20 could make one point eight times more power than if it ran on air If we inject liquid N20 into the engine
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