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Old 10-09-2005, 12:26 PM   #31
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Moved all the stuff up in my

Moved all the stuff up in my first post for easy looking and comparing. Where's that mpg chart thingy matt? ;-)
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Old 10-09-2005, 04:25 PM   #32
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I glad yo put that all up

I glad yo put that all up front svo.


This guy took 536 lbs out of his saturn for racing. He lists the weight of everything on his site. It will give you an idea of where the weight is.

http://www.evilplastic.com/p92-wgt1.htm

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Old 10-09-2005, 07:52 PM   #33
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Cool!

I'll post this up by itself cuz it's worth being able to find. ^_^
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Old 10-10-2005, 01:40 PM   #34
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Made a cute table.

Made a cute table.
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Old 11-09-2005, 09:28 AM   #35
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Make: Honda
Model: Civic
Year: 1990
Trim Level: DX
Transmission: Automatic
EPA: 33/37
Driving Style: Conservative. Try to stay under 3K RPM's and only do 100 km/h on expressway. Do not use AC when driving alone.
Modifications (either preformance or gas-saving): Prothane motor mount inserts
Octane Fuel/Type: 89 [(R+M)/2]
City versus Highway: 50/50
MPG: 35-38
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Old 11-15-2005, 01:32 AM   #36
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Model: Altima
Year: 1999
Trim Level: GXE
Transmission: Automatic
EPA: 22/30
Driving Style: Either granny style or regular driving. Both on cruise control
Modifications (either preformance or gas-saving): Removed spare and jack, NGK V power copper spark plugs, 1.2 bar radiator cap, grounding kit, tranny cooler, tires in the front inflated to 37psi and 35psi for the back.
Octane Fuel/Type: 89 octane Shell or Shevron
City versus Highway: 60 hwy/ 40 cty
MPG: Regular driving 27.4mpg, granny driving 28.7mpg.

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Old 06-22-2006, 01:04 AM   #37
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Ah, so it essentially reuses the unburned gas in the exhaust? that's pretty cool.
Its not really that it reuses the unburned fuel (which I'm sure it does). EGR systems are put in place to reduce NOx, which is only produced when the combustion temperatures rise above about 2500 degrees. Be introducing exhaust back into the intake, it helps to slow the combustion process, thus lower the combustion temperature. Since I have my EGR vacuum stuff mounted inside the cab, I can tell you that as soon as the car warms up, that thing is on almost 90% of the time (clicks like mad). I would bet that have the JDM version will yield greater mileage, but I hope you have the JDM ecu as well!
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Old 06-22-2006, 04:42 PM   #38
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Year:92
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Transmission: 5 Manual
EPA: 42 (city)/48 (highway)
Driving Style: conservative (below speed limit when no traffic, at speed limit in traffic, above speed limit when coasting downhill ICE off)
Modifications (either preformance or gas-saving): ICE from Civic DX, 175/70/13 Michilin Harmony tires @ 58psi (OEM size 165/70/13), grill block, underbody panelling, rear wheel skirt, smooth hub caps, body gap filling
Octane Fuel/Type: regular gas
City versus Highway: 5%/95%
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Old 06-22-2006, 04:45 PM   #39
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I should kill this post sine it was pre-garage,
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Driving Style: conservative unless I'm either late, in fast traffic, or if I want to hear her scream past 6k
Modifications (either preformance or gas-saving): HF 5th gear, pass. side mirror delete, rear wiper delete, 80% stripped interior (no carpet, panels, deadening, etc), A/C delete, generic intake, 2.5" cat-back exhaust...
Octane Fuel/Type: 87
City versus Highway: 15% city/85% HW
MPG: 43 mpg avg. for the last 25k miles
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