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Unread 2012-04-02, 03:16 PM   #1
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Toying with the idea of buying a Nitrous Express plate kit for my car since it doesn't look like it's going to sell. Want to run a smaller shot- probably 75 for now- but have no idea where I would be able to get the bottles filled or how much it would run me....

Where can a person go for this in my area, and what do they charge? The closer to Sedalia, the better!
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Last time i got a bottle filled was at orieleys but that was back in hutchinson, not sure if its a store to store thing or if they all do it
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lol, I guess I could go ask, but I honestly doubt that the oreilly's employees in sedalia even know what n2o is.
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Lol. It cost me $40 iirc but my buddy worked there an i cant remember if that was jat it cost everyone or it was a hook up.
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I'm sure this could get much more attention in the automotive lounge.
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I'm asking around, but everybody around here that I talk to acts like running nitrous is a capitol offense lol. Same kinda people who insist that running open headers instantly burns every valve, and that going catless kills a shit ton of power. "You never wanna run more than like a 50 shot on one of them 4.6's, you'll break the pistons."

There's people that have been spraying 100 and 125 untuned for years I'm only talking 75 haha
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I realize that this is a bit older, but to answer your question, I used to buy mine from a welding supply company. It was cheaper than going to most automotive places. If I remember right, it was around $3.50 give or take, per lb. Most automotive places wanted $4-$5+ per lb to fill a bottle.
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