Nitrous vapor pressure is pretty high over 50F; I don't really see a bottle warmer being a thing.
I'd want that shit as cold as possible, it has a higher density.
It also cools the intake charge a bit; the exhaust gets all the abuse, lol.
Wait: I Understand now. (I got sidetracked during this post, but I thought I'd leave that there...
Check out this:
This is from a rocket fuel discussion; if you're wondering about engine longevity, Aluminum is fuel, lol.
This graph basically says that there's a critical point that the state of the N2O is indeterminate.
You can't possibly guesstimate a tune/fuel mix for "indeterminate" so something breaks when it gets way too much of something.
Heating the bottle keeps it in the supercritical region, so it's always the same.
Below that temp, you can be sputtering liquid out in globs, and not know.
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