Nitrous Supply Acquires Edelbrock’s Nitrous Line - Engine Builder Magazine

Nitrous Supply Acquires Edelbrock’s Nitrous Line

Nitrous oxide pioneer Mike Thermos, best known as the co-founder of NOS and driving force behind the Pro Mod class, has acquired the complete inventory of nitrous oxide-related products from Edelbrock, LLC for his latest venture, Nitrous Supply, Inc. of Huntington Beach, CA.

Commenting on the acquisition Thermos said, “Back some 20 years ago when we sold NOS to Holley, Vic Edelbrock, Jr. saw an opportunity and expanded his company into nitrous oxide…which included hiring some of our former employees who did not want to relocate. Today, their corporate focus is on other products, so we’ve come to an agreement to take the nitrous oxide portion of Edelbrock’s business. We will be able to fulfill kit orders from their major retailers, like Summit and Jegs, and supply ancillary items.”

Thermos added, “Our technical staff at Nitrous Supply can provide any support needed by owners of Edelbrock nitrous kits, as well as replacement parts and performance upgrades.”

A primary manufacturer, Nitrous Supply has a full range of kits from basic plate and EFI kits that retail from $395 to sophisticated multi-stage Fogger setups. The company also provides services like custom plumbing, system testing and N2O bottle refills at their facility at 15552 Producer Lane, Huntington Beach, CA.

Call 714-373-1986 or visit www.NitrousSupply.com for details.

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