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Hello,

I'm trying to find resources on behavior of nitrous systems that employs a regulator (for consistency). I have seen resources from zex that indicate the regulator must be placed right next to the solenoid. And some chat about phase change.

whats the general consensus on this? Is phase change a big issue even when reg is right next to solenoid?
 

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The biggest problem with phase change is over pressure. Nitrous becomes supercritical at about 1047psi. Keeping your pressure around or below a 1000psi and not using too large of a feed line and you should be fine
 

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Regulators work on %, meaning they still vary output as the input changes. Couple that with the restriction they provide, makes for good reasons why most don't run them.

Seems more people today simply tune with 900-950 bottle pressure. The lower starting pressure will have less drop during the run and when tuned properly will still "hit" just as hard.
 
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