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Old 08-12-2011, 06:26 PM   #25 (permalink)
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look, since the op never replied to the BS call on his post, there are no facts in is rant.

I didn't invent N2. I didn't pay to have it put in my tires. Radial Tires of Sacramento (probably the largest Michilin dealer on the west coast) put it in for free. Only claim was that i wouldn't see the psi fluctuations that I see with o2. I drive 30-40k a yr, back and forth to tx from ca 2-3 times.
The infiniti has a psi sytem. it works. And I can tell you factually that the psi in the N2 tires never fluctuated more that 1psi at 46psi.
the o2 would fluctuate 3-4psi.
Now if Im not having to screw with psi at the gas station then there is a small improvement in mpg because. I don't claim it though.

Now the moron in the wh said that if everybody would just check their airpressure we could save gas. he said alot of people are under inflated.

I can tell you, with n2, I was NEVER underinflated. period.

So, stop the bs with this law and that law.

Run it for 10,000 miles and document you bs claims........otherwise your the unicorn because you never ran a test.
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