Air2Nitrous
CHARGER
Model: A2N-L1

For Motorcycles, Performance Bikes

and Racing Bikes

The Air2Nitrous™ charger is an innovative retrofit device for use in internal combustion engines to increase combustion efficiency, resulting in increased engine power, fuel economy and reduced harmful exhaust gas emissions.

The Air2Nitrous™ charger consists of two (2) components - the Reactor and the Converter. The Reactor is the main electronic device connected to a power supply to generate sufficient electrical charges, which is sent by wiring to the Converter. The Converter is a cylindrical conductive module placed inside the air intake rubber hose of the engine, to transform intake air into Nitrous Oxide to mix with the fuel before the combustion process.

The Reactor can be placed anywhere in the engine compartment, as long as it does not impede access to the engines components and other accessories, and is not subjected to extreme conditions.

After installing Air2Nitrous™ on your vehicle due to its improved fuel combustion efficiency you will experience the increase in engine power and

acceleration. However, in order to maximize your fuel savings, it is advised that you maintain eco-driving habits.
Easy to install!
 
Product Information
 
   
Engine Types:
Gasoline & LPG
Applications:
For Motorcycles and Small Engines
For Engine
100 -1,000 cc (1liter)
Displacements:
2-4 Stroke
Physical
Reactor L 100mm
Dimensions:

W 37mm

H 30mm Converter - 25-50mm, depending on the inner diameter of the air intake rubber hose

Input Voltage:
12VDC
Weight (approx.):
Reactor - 190 grams Converter - 70 grams
Maintenance:
None
Consumables:
None
Warranty:
Two (2) year product replacement, return to Air2Nitrous™ manufacturer.
Accessories:
Connectors, Splice plug, flex insulator, tubing, bolts and nuts, installation manual and warranty card.
 
 
State-of-the-art

environment-friendly

technology!
 
With Air2Nitrous™
 
• Save Fuel 6% - 20%
 

• Reduce Critical
Emissions 50% - 90%

 
• Increase Torque
& Hp5%- 17%
 

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