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Re: nitrous in your car?

Robert Myers wrote:

> The N2O in the tank is under sufficient pressure to keep the N2O (most of
> it) liquid in the tank at ambient temperatures.  Heating the tank will
> increase the equilibrium vapor pressure of the liquid N2O and will allow
> the tank to provide more N2O (at a higher pressure and therfore higher flow
> rate) through a specific induction system than will the same setup without
> the heat.  This makes sense for increasing the N2O shot but it also
> definitely increases the potential hazard inherent in any compressed gas
> system.

I thought that stuff had a regulator on it? If anything, youd think you want to
chill it to get it more dense.