Nitrous Pressure Gauge
Another important element in maximizing and tuning your nitrous system. May be fitted onto the bottle or just in front of the nitrous solenoid. Gauges measure up to 2000 psi, although optimal nitrous pressure is within 900-950 psi. Glycerin liquid-filled gauges are also available to provide vibrational dampening and allow more accurate readings.
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- Nitrous Pressure Gauge
- Measures 0-1500 psi
Monitor Fuel and Nitrous Pressures Accurately
Precision gauge readings are an important component for tuning and maximizing your nitrous system. EFI Fuel Pressure Gauges are designed specifically for use with NOS EFI systems where much higher fuel pressures are used, while Carb Fuel Pressure Gauges are used with carburetor plate and direct-port nitrous systems using lower pressures. Nitrous Pressure Gauges feature multiple colors for easy-to-see pressure readings. All gauges are available dry or glycerin liquid-filled to provide vibrational dampening and allow more accurate readings. NOS offers a variety of adapter fittings that are precision engineered for use with their pressure gauges.
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