It's what they look like. A. Fyi, even "real" boost bottles, do absolutely nothing.I thought those were projectors. But they are fake boostbottles arent they? I like it for what it is. Its a shelf queen. its never been driven as much as a centimeter and its never going to get driven one.
Pretty sure boost bottles were common in lile 2006 with banshee guys and motocross (I wasn't old enough to give a fek back then so someone correct me). They don't do anything lol.Boostbottles is just not a thing where I am from. I have not seen one in the wild ever. Not once. Sometimes at race events but those guys don't show their bottles because it attracts the wrong kind of attention too. So it didnt even cross my mind that it could be fake boost bottles. A bit naff.
I don't think it's supposed to be nitrous. I found tbis, this ain't mine fyi \/So, the idea is to give the impression that you can flip a switch and nitrous oxide aka laughing gas will be blown into the intake for a bit of extra pop. Without actually being able to and if you could, laughing gas in your intake just makes a fool out of you and not actually faster? Thats the general idea right?
It would never see dirt, but I would drive the tires off that thing. I've always liked the bug. Slammed to the ground or baja style.thought those were projectors. But they are fake boostbottles arent they? I like it for what it is. Its a shelf queen. its never been driven as much as a centimeter and its never going to get driven one.
Nor is it real. What a load of absolute rubbish. So its two tanks full of gasoline vapor, if it was "real"?It is designed to expand your intake area on your engine by storing atomized fuel molecules in its chamber and forcing them into your engine while you are off and on the throttle.
So it's not nitrous.