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NO2 in tires!!??

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I was at the nissan dealer earlier this week to get wheel locks and overheard the parts department talking about getting NO2 gas in the tires of their new frontier?? They said that it cost about $40 and they get great mpg and that it has been standard or something over in europe. Is that for real?? Won't it mess with the tire pressure reading system in the frontier?? Does anybody know about this?
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I have heard about people using NO2 in most cars today, basically because it maintains pressure in your tire for a very long time, and it keeps your tires cooler.I dont exactly know about mileage on it but by keeping your tire at one consistent psi, instead of fluctuating, that could give you an increase, but not too much.
yea those are a few downsides to running NO2 in your tires, you can also use CO2 andits cost the same as air, with the similar results of NO2!
Im not exactly sure, but they should carry it!
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