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Old 10-19-2003, 10:22 PM   #21
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O, alright, That makes sense. I wasnt sure if fogged into the whole airbox or not. But that is definitly sweet. How much was the total cost?
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The whole kit was just over $700 and then I purchased a 10 lb bottle for refills which cost around $300 more because everywhere I went I couldnt fing anyone to fill a 12oz bottle. (too small) so all in all I spent around $1000 total.
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Sweet! We will have one black and white Raptor(mine), one blue, a white 450 and a yellow 400ex, a rail and a couple of dirt bikes. We are tenting it, toyhauler comes next march! See ya there!

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Old 10-20-2003, 03:44 PM   #24
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K i've been telling my buddies about this and they're all telling me i'd blow my engine.

Any truth to this or what?
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With the boondockers setup it would be pretty hard to blow your engine because the max amount it can increase your power is only like 17hp. I'm not saying there is zero chance of it happening, just it's not as likely to happen with that setup.
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It would be difficult to blow your motor with the boondockers system. Its not a pure "wet shot" like some nitrous systems. Its a fog that heats the nitrous by the time it hits your motor thus gretaly reducing the chances of damage.
The guys at Boondockers said that they have only heard of one four stroke blowing due to the nitrous kit and it was installed wrong and the guy rode it on nitrous until it died.

Go to www.boondockers.com and they can give you more details on the system. I am very pleased with it thus far.
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Petedog, Does this kit also inject fuel into the airfilter also? I don't have that much Exsp. with NOS but I do know if you use too much with out added fuel bad things happen. Could you explain a little for us not in the Know.
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It aspirates a mist of NOS into the backside of the air filter like a fog. Thats the only way the Nos gets into the motor. I alos run 105 octane race fuel as recommended by Boondockers. It is not a true "wet shot" like some nitrous systems. By having the NOS mist into the air intake through the air filter it has time to warm up a little before it hits the motor thus reducing the risk of damage. I hope this helps.
You can also go to www.Boondockers.com for more details or even give them a call. They are very easy to talk to.
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the kit from boondockers is a dry fogger setup or wet? if its dry did you have to alter your jetting?
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I am already rejetted to 160/165 bfeore I installed the nitrous kit. They do recommend that you run a little rich. They also said to run a higher Octane gas. I run 101 octane race gas when I plan on using the nitrous which is only when I sand drag or hillshoot.
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Here's a little explanation about the Boondockers system, for those that have questions.

You are absolutely right, you cannot just inject pure Nitrous Oxide, because your bike would lean out and possibly burn your piston. You NEED to inject fuel with it. Ordinarily, this means separate fuel and nitrous solenoids, as well as a dedicated fuel pump, and separate jets for each to control your mixture.

The Boondocker system found a clever way around this. The nitrous manifold has a line to the carburetor vents. These vents go directly to the float bowl to keep the bowl at normal pressure. When you are just riding around, nothing changes. However, when you hit the nitrous button, the Boondocker system pressurizes the float bowl through these vents. By increasing the pressure in the float bowl, you greatly increase the amount of fuel flow into your intake. THIS is how the boondocker system gets its extra fuel. By doing it through the float bowl, the boondocker system eliminates the need for a separate fuel solenoid and fuel pump. Also, by doing it this way, it automatically accounts for fluctuations in bottle pressure, which can be a real problem in normal "wet" systems with separate fuel/nitrous components.
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Quote: Originally Posted by petedog9
I am already rejetted to 160/165 bfeore I installed the nitrous kit. They do recommend that you run a little rich. They also said to run a higher Octane gas. I run 101 octane race gas when I plan on using the nitrous which is only when I sand drag or hillshoot.
ok i knew about the leaning out the bike if more fuel wasnt supplied and all just didnt know exactly how there kit worked, i was wondering why people where saying there is no need to rejet and no need for an aux. fuel pump or selinoids or anything, thanks for clearing all that up
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i see that you have a k&n filter that fits like the factory...how do you keep it in the box without the lid?
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Yeah, i was wondering about the lid also

If you wanted to, could the factory lid be put back on. I ride in a lot of water during the winter and dont want to run without a lid
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Old 09-17-2004, 05:14 PM   #37
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anyone intrested in this kit its going for a price you cant beat

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Old 09-18-2004, 02:03 AM   #38
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This is the way i had my nitrous set up



I like the boondockers for the simplicity of the install as to the 1 i was running on my 727.I installed one on my friends raptor and it was so much easier than mine much more detailed instructions and the fact that you add the fogger at the end of the filter.Also that you didnt have to run the fuel pump.But i dont got no complaints to the one i was running just a bit more plumbing to do.


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how good is the seal between the nos manifold and the filter...my concern is could sand/dirt possibly get in there...or not?
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i have a raptor that ride in all sorta of conditions. open trail, tight trail, sand pits, open feilds, almost everything. also i like to drag race with my friends. would i be able to set my raptor up so that it would run the way it does now and then make it fly crazily at the push of a button? or do u have to run it wicked rich. i mean i dont wana do it if its just not practicle but if it can be sumthign that i just pull out for a rainy day that would be cool. is this posssible?
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