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Old 07-09-2007, 05:39 PM   #11
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baddog, the heater for the oil pan is a stick on. Requires a plug-in. Summit Racing have them. It is most helpful to warm the engine overnight. Not as important on your trip home from work after a warm day. Would make quite a big difference in the cold weather. Don't warm up your car anytime, just get in and drive. Won't hurt your car and will help mileage on short trips.

Get yourself a 450 mile tank and I will send you a CD with 26 of my favorite Cowboy Songs of the Old West. Put together right here on this old computer. This is a bribe!!!! CO ZX2
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Lol, I'll hold you to that one CO! But it's gonna be awhile hahah!
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^ shouldnt that read Metro-a-Go-Go!! ?m
I think it's a "Run Lola Run" thing myself.

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Lol, what are you guys going on about? When Im on a hill I about have to damn near rock in my seat and say "go metro go"..

Maybe it's like GO Speed Racer GOOOOO!
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It took me so long to burn those 8 gallons off, I cant even remember where I filled up last. I think it took me a little over 2 weeks since Im working everyday and its only a 6 mile round trip to work.
Oh, you poor guy! I should have such problems...

Congrats on making your goal Nic, that's awesome!

I think Matt has it right: Set your next goal right away and start working towards it.

My close-in goal is a 35 mpg tank, and longer-term I have my sights set on 100% over EPA, which would be 44. Dunno if I'll ever get there, but just trying puts me way ahead of where I'd be if I wasn't.

Again, congratulations!

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The yellow is spreading Rick, its like cancer

Buy,buy,buy!!!
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