Do you love the smell of DIESEL?

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by WWJD, Oct 22, 2008.

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do you love the smell of diesel?

  1. No, it stinks

    53 vote(s)
    60.2%
  2. Yes, there's nothing better

    35 vote(s)
    39.8%
  1. WWJD

    WWJD Donating Member

    I don't get it. I love the smell of diesel fumes. Why? I hear it damages brain cells so I don't stand around bus stops or anything, and it doesn't give me a buzz or anything... why do I like it? I like RACE GAS too but there is more connected to that

    Do you like Diesel or not?
     
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2008
  2. Powers739

    Powers739 Donating Member

    I love the smell of my truck when I first start it in the morning, Cummins Diesel, reminds me of torque. I wouldn't classify it as nothing better because i have fond memories of the two stroke dirt bike, or the exhaust of the outboard early morning before heading out to Bahamas....

    And race fuel is up there as well...

    I guess i'm strange... I got to go now I have a headache...
     
  3. BA BUSA

    BA BUSA MotoGP Wannabe Donating Member

    Diesel and race gas :thumbsup:

    It disturbs me though that WE have something in common ::25
     
  4. JR'S BUSA

    JR'S BUSA The BMW Parts Guy Donating Member

    Race gas yes, diesel no
     
  5. NIGHTFLIGHT

    NIGHTFLIGHT Banned

  6. tbonebusa

    tbonebusa Donating Member

    Deisel is good...but nothin' beats a hopped up 2 stroke burning some high octane race gas...Trick or the equal....no better scent. (Mechanically speaking, that is.)
     
  7. Projekt

    Projekt Registered

    Fresh diesel has a pleasant odor...
    Now hot, freshly laid asphalt has a great aroma.
     
  8. dolilind

    dolilind Registered

    bad smell....black smoke and being a painter it causes fish eyes.... ERRRR
     
  9. HillbillyTom

    HillbillyTom Donating Member

    Don't like diesel fumes.
    Race gas (MotoGP race gas) is good, 2 stroke mixed with Klotz or real Castor is the best. Love that smell, one of the things I miss the most from my times with the dirt bikes.
     
  10. 99'busa

    99'busa Donating Member

    Yep, I like it. It smells like torque:thumbsup:
     
  11. Bird Hunter

    Bird Hunter Donating Member

    Diesel and race gas... :thumbsup:::4
     
  12. ike

    ike Registered

    Worked with it all my life. Hate it.
     
  13. BIKE DUDE

    BIKE DUDE Donating Member

    My tool truck is a diesel and after all these years I can't stand it.::25 Raw fuel on my hands in the AM after fueling up or the exhaust, it all gets old.???
     
  14. bigoltool

    bigoltool Registered

    Hate it!
    When I was a youth I worked in my uncles Truck (Semi's) shop and occasionally had to change out fuel filters. The method he employed was to have someone lay on the ground under the truck and then he would ladle diesel out of the saddle tank and fill the new filter with fuel and hand it to the guy on the ground. Well the first filter went on fine but on the second one the Beer can/coat hanger Ladle my uncle was using snagged on something and dumped about 16oz of diesel right in my gaping mouth! Thought I was gonna puke for an hour! :rofl:
     
  15. insane

    insane Registered

    Here in Europe, most saloons (including my Alfa Romeo) and compacts go on Diesel. I don't like it because old vans and trucks spill it on roads, making them extremely slippery for bikes. At least you can literally smell the danger.

    I do like the smell of unburnt 2 stroke mix, race gas and good ole leaded...
     
  16. a_busa_dor

    a_busa_dor Registered

    Maybe bio diesel or used cooking oil will do it 4 me:laugh:
     
  17. 300Busa

    300Busa Chillaxin... Donating Member

    I work in a paint factory..... :laugh:
     
  18. busawife

    busawife Registered

    Maybe that explains why I work for a gas station company?q
     
  19. Blazing-Saddle

    Blazing-Saddle "Kowalski" Donating Member

    I go for the race fuel and JP5... [​IMG]
     
  20. proud dad

    proud dad Registered

    no....it reminds me of work
     

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