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      QUADZILLA TUNE REPOSITORY - There is now a Quadzilla tune download area. When you submit a tune file to the download area it will automatically create a forum topic that allows discussion of your tune. So export your tune and upload it to the site. Then we all can help out in building better tunes. Check it out gang...
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elshadow001

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I was thinking!Now I may be wrong! but It seems to me that I remember a few years back that the color of diesel fuel was kind of green.Now does anyone else remember that or was it just a few stations that had fuel that was a odd color, or was it because of the higher sulpher in the fuel back then.It seemed that it was mostly in new mexico and Oklahoma at the time.But I never drove to other states so I really don't know just a curios thought.

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Regular fuel was green until they went to the ultra low sulfer fuel then it went to a more clear color.

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around kansas and okla. i have seen only green..unless it is off-road red.

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around kansas and okla. i have seen only green..unless it is off-road red.

or 2stroke blue

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