Little companies can innovate. Take Nitrous Outlet for example. Dave Vasser started it in 2001 as Nitro Dave’s Performance in Waco, Texas. At the time he was selling everyone’s nitrous systems and learning about their various strengths and weaknesses. In 2006, Nitro Dave’s evolved into a small manufacturer, renamed Nitrous Outlet.
Today, Nitrous Outlet has 30 employees and by the looks of it, a lot of fun turning out clever products with colorful names. The idea for the InterSpooler seemed obvious after Marketing Director Brian Havins looked at the creative installations of nitrous systems on supercharged and turbocharged engines. “It was hinkey stuff,” says Havins. “Guys were drilling into the manifold or using a nozzle with a nut on the backside, or even melting a hole in the cold-air intake and using silicone to seal it shut.”
The InterSpooler solves for those sins. It uses a V-band clamp so it can be used anywhere there is an existing V-band flange, or anywhere you can add one. It fits 3.00, 3.50, and 4.00-inch diameters, can be run wet from 50-200 hp or dry from 50-400 hp in two stages.
The parts are machined at the small factory in Waco, or nearby if possible. The kits will be available in January, 2017.
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