RB Innovations SILVER BULLET Nitrous Injection System


The latest from RC Innovations:

This direct injection nitrous system allows switch activated ground pounding performance gains.

* Typical power gains of 20% to 45% (depends on engine, pipe and Reed valve combination)
* Nitrous System Breakdown Reliable rugged construction takes the ultimate punishment
* System weighs less than 2 ounces
* Easy to install and maintain
* System can be used on any application
* Gas or Nitro Use

Shedding more then half its weight, the Silver Bullet weighs in at less then 2 oz. This direct injection nitrous system allows switch activated ground pounding performance gains. This next generation design integrates the entire system within one compact unit. The quick disconnect mounting bracket can be used to securely mount the system anywhere on any vehicle. The system is triggered by the fast acting micro switch which is easily mounted for precision activation from any throttle position you set. This state of the art nitrous injection system allows supreme control of the nitrous through our new patent pending Reed Valve Technology. This ultra fine control allows direct injection into the engine with NO wasted nitrous. This design offers the maximum run time per cartridge with maximum efficiency. Four different sizes of reed valves available for various stages of horsepower gains you require.

Silver Bullet Nitrous Injection kit #NS5000 includes:

* Completely assembled rapid firing Silver Bullet assembly
* High strength aluminum housing
* Universal arming and ast acting micro WOT switch
* E-Z Clip in Mount for fast installation and Nitrous cell replacement
* S2 Reed Valve Assembly (NS5000 Series) [PATENT PENDING]
* Quick connector for silicone flex tubing
* 9 volt battery connector and wire
* 3 FREE 8 gram cartridges
* Polished Aluminum, Anodized Blue and Purple NOW available!
* Assembly Instructions

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Updated: December 16, 2010 — 9:02 PM
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