Turbocharger and Supercharger are forced inductive systems this means they compress the air flowing into your Honda, Civic engine. If you have a lot of compressed air the fuel gets stuffed in the engine allowing your Honda, Civic to go faster. The main difference between a turbo and super charger is the power supply for the air compressor. The supercharger uses a belt that connects to the engine. The turbocharger gets its power from a exhaust stream.
Nitrous is a non flammable gas. Nitrous is compressed to high pressure in a tank in liquid form. The tank is usually mounted on the trunk of your Honda, Civic and has a tube that connects to the release valve and extends to the bottom of the tank. The tank must be mounted at fifteen degrees to ensure that the right amount of Nitrous goes into yourHonda, Civic engine.
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