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Old 10-22-2004, 08:35 PM
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Tailor the exhaust smell of biofuel to your nose?

That is what I was told by a guy who works in the fuel distribution business - a fuel broker I guess.

He said that you can make the exhaust smell like strawberries if you want. I think that he might have been pulling my leg on that one though.
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He said that you can make the exhaust smell like strawberries if you want. I think that he might have been pulling my leg on that one though.
He was not pulling your leg..... I saw a product like that with different available scents in a Summit Racing (or other automotive) catalog.
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...hummmm....well I guess strawberry smelling diesel could be Alternative Fuel
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