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Old 07-19-2017, 05:05 AM   #1
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Living with my ScanGauge E

Since fitting my ScanGauge E I have been gleaning quite a bit of information regarding my motoring.
Today was my usual motoring day. Drove car out of garage before locking garage back up. I then drove my wife to her work, returning home after, then picked her up at the end of her shift. The miles are all in town, a couple of sets of traffic lights each trip, reasonably busy traffic. Reversed car back into garage when done with it. Other than cold or poor weather it cannot get much worse.
Here are my figures for today's motoring.

Distance travelled: 8.0 miles
Petrol used: 0.16 gallons (UK)
Cost of petrol: 0.80
Average mpg: 49.7 UK mpg
Average speed: 17 mph
Max speed: 32 mph
Maximum revs: 2576 rpm
Max coolant temp: 77C

Not too shoddy in my opinion.
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Old 07-20-2017, 12:18 PM   #2
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I am struggling to get my mpg up when driving on the highway. Other than P & G, where suitable, nothing seems to get me out of the mid 40's.
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Old 07-21-2017, 05:48 AM   #3
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Filled tank today, for the first time since initial fill up when I fitted ScanGauge. I made the calibration adjustment. ScanGauge had calculated that I had used a fair bit more fuel than I had (same pump, same side, same first shut off).
Calculated mileage worked out at 62 mpg (UK). About a 15% improvement since fitting the ScanGauge.
What I have ascertained is that there is a lot more mpg improvement to be had from town driving than from highway driving.
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