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Old 06-15-2007, 03:40 PM   #11
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I don't know the roads up there have a higher than normal drag - when I went up there I lost about 5-6 mpg.

I will say 18.5mpg since others are already taken.
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A buck or doe,I don't mind, but watch for the moose.
The canoe will catch a lot of air coming up the windshield so the hydrodynamic efficiency of wetted hull surface has little to no effect on the aerodynamics of an inverted elongated fiberrglass 'parachute'.
16.6 mpg

18.938 mpg uncorrected, or 19.117 mpg corrected.
Welcome to 1984 where the facts get "rectified".
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Old 06-20-2007, 07:29 AM   #16
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The resutls are in: 862.4 miles, 46.538 gallons for 18.938 (uncorrected for tire diameter),
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32 current diamter, 31.7 original equipment diameter = 19.117 corrected. Step up and claim your money by emailing me a mailing address.
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Wow. Nice.
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I think ODieTurbo got it?!??

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Was this a closest without going over deal? 'Cause my guess was 19.22, third post from the top.
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