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Just to remind everyone who may not know; the stuff is non-flammable (see the green diamond), but when people get too greedy with pressure..
Well I guess that pressure in small places is what power's all about.
I think I saw this a while back.

Be careful out there!
 

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There are, of course, other ways to use nitrous . . . . (pharmacutical, that is) ::

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For all the world reminds me of the various pictures kept on a bulletin board at the local welding supply store. It's titled "Why you are NOT to carry high pressure cylinders inside a closed vehicle." It never occurred to me that the advice could apply to NOS cylinders. I suspect that in 99% of installations it doesn't, really. This isn't something very common is it?
 

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I'm curious to hear how the owner explained the damage to the insurance adjuster!!!!!
 

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Jeeees... At least he wasn't driving it.
 

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Yep, that idiot's been on a crusade for a couple years now. Apparently, he wired the bottle heater switch directly to 12V, forgot about it, and left it on... Happened a couple years ago...

Previous Post, with link to his website.
 
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