I was just going through some old dyno graphs and found this gem.
This is my old 2000 Sport Cruiser with a stock 92" motor. The transmission was about out of it so we bolted on some nitrous to speed up the process a bit (I had a bigger motor I wanted to swap into it). Boy what a fun bike! Never did ruin that tranny, but a couple more 35hp shots and the head gasket blew.
I doubt the bike would generate enough electricity to run a hydrolysis machine, but when you bring me yours to experiment with then we'll be the first to know!
Here is a picture of Lloydz Torque Tubes plumbed up with N20. This particular bike was a 114 stroker that ran 150hp on the bottle (135 without). The owner claimed he shot the nitrous twice after I built it, and was too scared to do it again
I love the bottle on cars but I'd be scared to death with it on a bike.
A small triangle at the back of each hull and a propeller was all that was in the water. The boat started dancing from hull to hull... at times the propeller was ALL that was in the water. 110+ mph, at night, under a bridge... That made me 'uneasy'.
As far as nitrous goes, blowing a head gasket over 107 HP? Count me out. The bottle never runs out on a 104" big bore and it'll easily make more than 107 HP. Just sayin'