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Justin Bimmer

Nitrogen in Shell Gas????

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What the HELL is this going to do? Sounds like some shenanigans!

CadillacKing3 gas has carbon in it!!!! CELEBRATE!!!

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Supposedly, it acts as a detergent to clean the innards of your engine. Still sounds gimmicky. I bought Shell Saturday, didn't notice any nitrogen signs. A google turned up many articles, here's the first from the Car Tech blog..

Nitrogen gas info

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So, basically, a bunch of Shell engineers farted in the gas at the refinery before shipping it out in a tanker truck?

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So, basically, a bunch of Shell engineers farted in the gas at the refinery before shipping it out in a tanker truck?

No wonder the Shell engineers think their **** doesn't stink, they fart nitrogen! :blink:

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I got some of the shell gas with nitro and did not really notice much of a differance. The auto still ran smooth and fine.

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Eh, fine to me.

The now retuned G8 really enjoys and purrs on its 93 octane Shell, and maybe will like it more now. Sounds interesting.

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No wonder the Shell engineers think their **** doesn't stink, they fart nitrogen! :blink:

Doesn't a good healthy fart contain nitrogen?

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Pretty much anything that is related to gas (not the fuel) has nitrogen in it. The earth's atmosphere is full of it.

Air_composition_pie_chart.JPG

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Doesn't a good healthy fart contain nitrogen?

Most likely there is at least some nitrogen in there, some methane, and just the right amount of hydrogen sulfide gives it that special "essence". :AH-HA_wink:

BTW: If they do fart in the gasoline at Shell, stay away from the No.2 diesel fuel. :rolleyes:

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