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Thread: How do I know how much nitrous is left in the bottle?

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    Default How do I know how much nitrous is left in the bottle?

    The most reliable method is to weigh the bottle to determine how many pounds remain. When a bottle is near empty (about 20% or less nitrous remaining) a surging effect is normally felt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russeleo View Post
    The most reliable method is to weigh the bottle to determine how many pounds remain. When a bottle is near empty (about 20% or less nitrous remaining) a surging effect is normally felt.
    The most reliable way is to weigh the tank. The minimum amount of nitrogen that ensures the performance of the system is about 20%.

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