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Old 03-23-2010, 06:35 PM   #11
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if your cars front is sealed, not as much dirt can get in..
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Old 03-24-2010, 04:12 AM   #12
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Ive read that purolator are the best air filters, Pep boys, they seem to be made of better materials than stp... Ive been using these for a while no problems..
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Ive read that purolator are the best air filters, Pep boys, they seem to be made of better materials than stp... Ive been using these for a while no problems..
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recently changed one of my SGII settings to IAT for my new(to me) accord. got a high of 124*F(ambient was upper 70s to lower 80s) w/out any mods. water temp is fine(below 200).

this is interesting, especially since this was achieved during hwy driving. i was going to start my first test by blocking the fender air inlet. it would seem prudent to watch air and water temps.
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recently changed one of my SGII settings to IAT for my new(to me) accord. got a high of 124*F(ambient was upper 70s to lower 80s) w/out any mods. water temp is fine(below 200).

this is interesting, especially since this was achieved during hwy driving. i was going to start my first test by blocking the fender air inlet. it would seem prudent to watch air and water temps.
With my HAI, air and water, instant mpg and tps are the only displays I find useful/important.

124*F at highway speeds of 70*ambient is really incredible for no mods. Maybe that's why Honda's get good mileage.
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look at how well they fit togetheer my sealed arse caulk job(redone last week) has netted me 67 miles on way less gas than i've recalled so far I think im at 44mpg right now, been real humid lately too, like global warming's wrath floods humid
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ugh im saying I just resealed my headlights and im getting really good mileage on this tank.. I don't drink.
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yea...I wonder sometimes too.

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I haven't been drinking sodas since 2003 I think.
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