My limit on fuel economy tends to be about 31 mpg, which is 6 mpg above the average rating for my car. My goal is to break that ceiling. I ordered a scanguage in hopes of getting better feedback regarding which driving techniques improve mpg and adjust the habits that hurt mpg. Not quite ready for any mods but perhaps in the future after I master my driving technique.
made a trip from San Antonio to Austin and then back the next day. On the way to Austin I filled up at a highway exit in San Antonio and then filled up in Austin after immediately exiting. I got 37.25mpg with the new GDE Hot Tune ECU.
The whole trip of 149 miles with 120 being highway I got 33.22mpg in a 4x4 Jeep Libertry (Diesel).
2006 Jeep Liberty CRD...Founder of L.O.S.T.
OME 2.25" Lift w/ Toyo Open Country HTs 235/75/16s
ASFIR Alum Eng/Tranny/Transfercase/Fuel Skids
2002 Air Box Mod...Air Tabs (5) on Roof...(3)each behind rear windows
Partial Grill Block with Custom Air Scoop and 3" Open Catback Exhaust
Lambretta UNO150cc 4 Stroke Scooter
Not my personal best MPG, but recorded the most miles ever driven on a tank of gas yesterday! 410 miles whereas my previous best was 381. I filled up with 10.289 gallons in my 12.5gal tank, so I could've went further!
My last tank was 43.63 mpg. Driving was late at night, mostly on roads with little or no traffic, and I was holding my speed mostly between 45 and 55 mph. Travel was first between Lancaster, CA and Neenach, CA. Then from Lancaster to Lucerne Dry Lake and back home. Would have spent more time out on the dry lake, but the surface was softened by recent rains.
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(this was sort of a test run, but it was probably 60% highway, alot of P&G and a lot of red lights(probably 30+), and 58-65mph cruising) on 2.3 gallons(102 miles), so this is by no means as good as I can do but this is the best 2+ gallon fill i've had to date, its all about the rpms keeping it below 2000, BTW yesterday I switched over to a self made plastic piping system for my warm air intake,