Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Green Bay
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If i recall correctly back from my automotive class in highschool... you want cold air and warm fuel.... Cold air is more denser you thus giving you more oxygen which is the key to the gas igniting, then you want warm fuel as it being warm helps the gas vapors atomize better allowing for it to mix better with the more denser air.
It follows the same principles, i believe, of using NO2 super cooled, dense air mixing with the fuel gives better HP....
please dont quote me any of this, this is just things i think ive picked up over my short years here on earth