Over 600 hp From a Plate Nitrous System? You Better Believe It! Here’s How It’s Done

It wasn’t too long ago that serious nitrous-oxide racers all used direct-port Fogger-style setups that inject nitrous oxide and fuel directly into each manifold runner. Plate systems–which spray nitrous and fuel out of a bar that mounts in a plate sandwiched between the carburetor and intake manifold–were relegated to 100-250hp street-racer applications. But racers started running so hard with direct-port systems that many sanctioning bodies outlawed them, figuring that plate systems had limited potential and would slow everybody down and restore class equilibrium.

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