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Unscrew the nozzle from the jetting lines. You no where you put the jets into the line than screw it into the fogger. Solenoids will click and u will see if you spray. You can even keep your engineoff and hit the button. It wont really do anything. The nitrous will disipate before the engine turns on and the fuel will have a similar but slower reaction.
 

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Alright prudz. Lets look at the common sense aspect of this. Take the nozzle lines the ones that run off the solenoids and into the fogger in your intake pipe. Disconnect them from the fogger and just spray into the air. You will here solenoids clicking when you activate them. :p
 

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I disconnected the fuel jet and left the nitrous one connected and then sprayed in the air and i frozed my hand... all the engine bay was icy... lol... it was a very usefull experience, i felt like t1000 in the last part of t2.
 
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