Has anyone tryed this??????

Added fuel fragrance to your fuel? If so , does it work, and what flavor?

You're kidding right??:excuseme:

Never tried it, don't know anyone who has.

Why would you want to use it? Is the smell of the gas nauseating or ???

:ride: WHY????

I am always goin to fast to notice my exhaust!!!

that has to be the dumbist thing ever !!!:lame:

i remember seeing this like 2 years ago. and everyone said the same thing, "WHY!?!"

it actually does smell like a pina colada mixed with cocker spainiel residue(in a car anyway) , but there is no way I'd put that crap in my bike:naughty: for two reasons; one-it smells like sh:foul:, and I actually like the smell of strait gas. and two-can you imagine what kind of witches brew that and VP would make?:crazy:

I ran the grape fragrance like 5 or 6 years ago at a local once a year arena cross. It gets the crowds attention. lol It does not do anything for the motor. all it is is oil from what ever the smell you want be it wateermelon, grape, cherry or what ever. Its something diffarent. It does smell pretty good though as long as you did the mixture ratio correctly. Its more for a crowd pleaser.

Does it come in 2 stroke?

i was just in there today......summit racing that is......and was looking at the fragrances.......i should have got some burnout blueberry.......my buddy got some manifold bolts for his gmc

Does it come in 2 stroke?

it adds to gas.......and no 2smoke oil fragrants

Does it come in 2 stroke?

it is just a mixture, you just add it to the gas. it is not a lubricating oil.

I don’t think you can improve the smell of 2 stroke! I always enjoy it the few seconds their in front of me! Ha :p

Haha, my buddy runs the scented polaris 2stroke oil in his quad and bike. It actually smells pretty good...

Kemco Oil & Chemical Inc. and Manhattan OIL & Liquid Horsepower both sell it.I have not tried it like the smell of my 116 sunoco

I ran the grape fragrance like 5 or 6 years ago at a local once a year arena cross. It gets the crowds attention. lol It does not do anything for the motor. all it is is oil from what ever the smell you want be it wateermelon, grape, cherry or what ever. Its something diffarent. It does smell pretty good though as long as you did the mixture ratio correctly. Its more for a crowd pleaser.

Also used grape once, its nice indoors funny when you get off the track and people are sniffing all around. I know its goofy but we did it just to try it out, smelled good, but not exactly like grape.

I believe (could very well be wrong :excuseme: ) that these fuel fragrances were intended for alcohol burning engines--from which the fumes are very irritating and nauseating. It's not to say though, that they can't be used in our motorcycle engines. Can you imagine the look on someone's face when you blast by them burning some groovy grape?!? Probably looks something like

Instant classic if you ask me lol. :applause:

Come on moderator. Why this post in the 450 forum. Start a dumb item forum for these posts.

After all the insant haters from this thread you could take their mind off the race for at least 1 sec because they would be like why the hell is he adding fruity shit to his gas for? or whats that smell? maybe they would remember the drink they had right before the race or the night before. So just add to gas and then pass simple. :applause:

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