When you get to the track, you want to be able to get your nitrous system hooked up and race immediately. Now you can thanks to the I-S Quick Trick quick-release coupler offered by Induction Solutions. Hook up your nitrous lines and safety valve quick and easy with this new coupler and eliminate the time spent searching for wrenches before you burn some rubber.
NEW PRODUCT: Quick Trick Couplers for EZ Bottle Removal
Brooksville, Florida—Induction Solutions continues to be the fastest growing nitrous parts supplier in the industry! Our latest product release is the I-S Quick Trick quick-release coupler. Quick Trick is available for both your nitrous supply lines as well as also your racer safety valve. I-S had been contacted by the original manufacturer of this product to pick up the line of quick disconnect supply line couplers after the abrupt closing of Speedtech. We then worked with the manufacturer to build a Quick Trick quick-release for the racer safety valve as well in order to take the product line to the next step.
These couplers have been independently tested to a 10X rating. This means 10 times the intended operating pressure of 900 psi—equaling 9,000 psi of test pressure. These couplers have also been track tested by veteran nitrous racers with great results and reliability.
No more worrying about having the right wrenches or cross-threading your line while in a hurry to get to the lanes. Another bonus is the Quick Trick quick release coupler cannot be released until ALL nitrous pressure has been relieved so there is no accidental removal of the line when under pressure. Once the pressure is relieved you simply slip back the collar and off it slides.
These are not on our website yet but are available immediately. Please feel free to call the shop at 352-593-5900 to place any orders.
- Available for nitrous supply lines and your racer safety valve
- Tested to a 10x intended operating pressure rating
- Track tested and trusted
- Never worry about having the correct wrenches or cross-threading your lines again
- Can’t be released until all nitrous pressure is relieved, preventing accidental removal of a line under pressure