What if you hit a pothole, blow out a tire and kill someone? Who is liable?
Nissan? Michelin (or whoever? Gassavers? Matt Timion?
All I know is that it's not ME. I hereby advise against overinflation.
I know that these tires are set up to go way beyond their limits, but I still don't overinflate for this reason. I've had enough problems with tires in my time and the last thing I want is another flat.
By watching the supermid or scangauge do learn to adapt to efficient driving? krousdb (and whoever else uses a mpg tracker) do you think you would get nearly the same mpg without it?
A tool like the SuperMID or Scangauge will teach you how to drive that specific car as efficiently as possible. But what you learn will stay with you forever. Today, if I removed the SuperMID, I would lose only a small amount of the increase that I gained from it.
Still dont know my true potential yet because I have not yet peaked. But when I do peak I would consider lending it to another OBD1 gassavers member who would be interested in trying it out. Matt????
I was thinking that there may be some value in having a community Scangauge and/or SuperMID that would be paid for by money pooled by Gassaver members. It would be passed from one member to the next for a tank or two to see how much improvement can be gained from it. Yes, something like this would require that we trust one another but it is less risky if you are chipping in $5 or $10 vs $150 for something that you dont know whether or not it is worth it.
Or maybe it is just a stupid idea. The point is that until you get one, you will never know how much you really need one.
Yeh, I def plan on loaning my out once I get my **** covered. When I meet jared to get his stock d16z6 header for testing I'll return the header with it to him, and we can just meet up at a later date or something,