Because these cylinders are for making whipped cream and not sulpherized like the auto-grade stuff, maybe this kit is for the owners of the car to inhale and feel like they're going faster and not actually meant to be a boost for the car.
Well, think about it. 100% safe and 100% effective — for 100% suckers. Can't believe anyone would fall for this. What's next, "water injection" via a really long garden hose? Hey. . . wait a minute (light bulb appears above head). . . it was my idea first! LOL
They're not CO2, they're NO
They are still Nitrous Oxide, but the tiny cylinders for whipped cream dispensers. They are the same size as a CO2 cartirdge used in pellet guns, but not the same gas. I'm still thinking that there's no way that many people are happy ebay buyers of auto mini NOS systems. They would only last 1 or 2 seconds. I'm guessing that people are buying them to get high. I also think it's probably dangerous to send pressurized cylinders in the mail.
mescaline knows what hes talkin about
they are supposed to be nitrous oxide, but they may very well be scamming people by selling them co2 instead, most whippets ive "seen" are smaller in size, however they may make them in the 12 gram size as well.
So wait a minute. Are you saying we can get better results — for less money than this kit — by squirting cans of whipped cream in our engines? Wow, it's the next great eBay money-maker! I even have the 'hook': Cream your Competition! LOL
I emailed the last person to buy this kit from him. I asked what he thought of it, so when he writes back I'll post it on here. I'm interested to see what a real person that actually thought it would work has to say about it.