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Old 09-02-2005, 02:58 PM   #1
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t will be cool, just something nice to look at and get ideas/inspiration from. But it should be kept in some sort of ordersome way so that it all makes sense just that much easier, so what I'll do it post a shell and then make another with my data to

So, this list will be cool, just something nice to look at and get ideas/inspiration from. But it should be kept in some sort of ordersome way so that it all makes sense just that much easier, so what I'll do it post a shell and then make another with my data to give and example, and then for your posts you can just cut and paste that first empty shell. Here we go:


Make:
Model:
Year:
Trim Level:
Transmission:
EPA:
Driving Style:
Modifications (either preformance or gas-saving):
Octane Fuel/Type:
City versus Highway:
MPG:

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<table border="5" cellpadding="5">
<tr>
<th colspan="13">
<b>The Big List</b>
</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Owner</td>
<td>Make</td>
<td>Model</td>
<td>Year</td>
<td>Trim Level</td>
<td>Transmission</td>
<td>EPA Ratings</td>
<td>Driving Style</td>
<td>Modifications</td>
<td>Octane </td>
<td>Fuel Type</td>
<td>City versus Highway</td>
<td>MPG</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>greasemonkee</td>
<td>Acura</td>
<td>Integra</td>
<td>??</td>
<td>GSR</td>
<td>5-speed ITR with LSD</td>
<td>?/31</td>
<td>senior citizen on weekdays, dumb kid on weekends.</td>
<td>270 Lbs ligher than stock, Endyn head rework, itr cams, adj. cam gears, blox IM, type one headers, straight thru 2.5" exh, rc 310cc inj, underdrive pulleys, ac removed, aluminum flywheel, cold induction tube, 62mm TB, all coolant lines divorced from IM, thermal IM gasket, tuned with Crome.</td>
<td>93</td>
<td>Premium Gas</td>
<td>50/50</td>
<td>35</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>chasgood</td>
<td>Chrysler</td>
<td>PT Cruiser Turbo</td>
<td>2003</td>
<td>GT</td>
<td>4-speed Automatic</td>
<td>19/25</td>
<td>Average</td>
<td>K&N air filter, Mobil One oil.</td>
<td>91</td>
<td>Mid-grade Gas</td>
<td>I drive a combined city and highway route most of the time.</td>
<td>21</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Hillbillywrench</td>
<td>Dodge</td>
<td>Ram</td>
<td>2002</td>
<td>SLT 4x4 Quad Cab</td>
<td>??</td>
<td>??</td>
<td>speeder, but conservative launches/braking unless i feel the need to leave tire prints at the redlight</td>
<td>K&N fipk, flowmaster 40 series exhaust 3" in dual 2.5" outs, tailgate down on the highway</td>
<td>87 if highway, 93 if going on a trip or towing</td>
<td>Regular or Premium Gas</td>
<td>25/75</td>
<td>13/17</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Jenny</td>
<td>Honda </td>
<td>CRX </td>
<td>1987 </td>
<td>Si </td>
<td>5-speed Manual Si </td>
<td>30/33 </td>
<td>Gingerly </td>
<td>Skull and crossbones license plate frame, "Darwin loves you" bumper sticker Eye-wink </td>
<td>87</td>
<td>Regular Gas </td>
<td>dude… wtf? </td>
<td>35 </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Matt Timion</td>
<td>Honda </td>
<td>Civic </td>
<td>1989 </td>
<td>DX </td>
<td>5-speed Manual DX</td>
<td>31/36 </td>
<td>Very Conservative </td>
<td>Stock </td>
<td>87 </td>
<td>Regular Gas </td>
<td>80/20 </td>
<td>37/41 </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Hillbillywrench</td>
<td>Honda </td>
<td>Civic Hatch </td>
<td>1989 </td>
<td>DX </td>
<td>??</td>
<td>?? </td>
<td>speeder, but conservative launches/braking unless i'm on a back country road </td>
<td>cai, gutted from driver/passenger seat back </td>
<td>87 when doing highway only, 93 every other tank or when going to the track or country (i do add stp fuel treatment to every tank) </td>
<td>Regular or Premium Gas</td>
<td>25/75</td>
<td>30-40 </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>bagpipe goatee</td>
<td>Honda </td>
<td>Civic Hatch </td>
<td>??</td>
<td>Si/DX </td>
<td>??</td>
<td>?? </td>
<td>whatever to fit my mood. sometimes kinda throttle heavy, but a lot of times not.</td>
<td>everything that can be taken off of an '89 crx si and put onto a '90 hatch. engine, tranny, wiring, blah blah blah. </td>
<td>usually 87, unless i'm in iowa (because 89 is cheaper there, because of ethanol) or nebraska </td>
<td>Regular Gas</td>
<td>50/50</td>
<td>30/40 </td>
</tr>

<tr>
<td>Diemaster</td>
<td>Honda </td>
<td>Civic </td>
<td>1991</td>
<td>LX</td>
<td>4-speed Automatic</td>
<td>?? </td>
<td>little aggressive. (I sometimes speed, and if I do it's to get to school on time). </td>
<td>MPFI</td>
<td>87</td>
<td>Regular Gas </td>
<td>60/40</td>
<td>21/29 </td>
</tr>

<tr>
<td>SVOboy</td>
<td>Honda </td>
<td>CRX</td>
<td>1991</td>
<td>DX</td>
<td>4-speed Automatic</td>
<td>29/32</td>
<td>Conservative</td>
<td>Stock</td>
<td>87</td>
<td>Regular Gas</td>
<td>80/20</td>
<td>38.7</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Flatland2D</td>
<td>Honda </td>
<td>Del Sol </td>
<td>1994</td>
<td>s </td>
<td>5-speed Manual B16 </td>
<td>?? </td>
<td>Usually relaxed with coasting whenever I can, but I sometimes make use of all 170hp just for fun </td>
<td> B18C1, Tanabe Hyper Medallion full catback exhaust, 4-1 Header, Short air intake, Moroso </td>
<td>93</td>
<td>Premium Gas </td>
<td>80/20 </td>
<td>27/35 </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>kickflipjr</td>
<td>Saturn</td>
<td>SL2</td>
<td>1992</td>
<td>??</td>
<td>Automatic</td>
<td>23/32</td>
<td>around 55-65 (unless i'm in the city). The occasional hard driving just for fun.</td>
<td>homemade cold air intake, some weight reduction (50 pounds or so), turbo muffler, goofing off with water injection</td>
<td>87</td>
<td>Regular Gas</td>
<td>40/60</td>
<td>28.2</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Ernie Rogers</td>
<td>VW</td>
<td>Beetle</td>
<td>2003</td>
<td>TDI</td>
<td>5-speed Manual</td>
<td>42/49</td>
<td>Normal</td>
<td>Drag reducer wing, 205/60R-16 Mich.Energy MXV4 S8 tires, Motul 0W30 oil</td>
<td>Diesel, 5% to 20% biodiesel blend</td>
<td><<</td>
<td>??</td>
<td>50/60</td>
</tr>

</table>
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Old 09-02-2005, 03:11 PM   #2
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Good idea.

Make: Honda
Model: Civic
Year: 1989
Trim Level: LX
Transmission: 5 speed manual
EPA: 31/36
Driving Style: Very conservative. I rarely speed, and if I do it's to keep up with the crowd. I coast as much as possible.
Modifications (either preformance or gas-saving): None yet. I have a large number of modifications planned however.
Octane Fuel/Type: 87/gas
City versus Highway: 80% City/ 20% Highway
MPG: 37/41 (although I did get 46mpg on my last road trip)
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Old 09-02-2005, 06:24 PM   #3
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Make: Honda
Model: Civic
Year: 1991
Trim Level: LX
Transmission: 4 speed automatic (manual swap planed)
EPA: ?/?
Driving Style: little aggressive. (I sometimes speed, and if I do it's to get to school on time).
Modifications (either preformance or gas-saving): MPFI swap soon to come. no engine modes at time of writing all mods cosmetic.
Octane Fuel/Type: 87/gas
City versus Highway: 60% City/ 40% Highway
MPG: 21/29 (highest ever in life of car was 49mpg. downhill, wind at back, highway, straght, etc.
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Old 09-02-2005, 10:40 PM   #4
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Make: Honda
Model: civic hatchback
Trim level: Si (kinda, was a dx, so no sunroof to leak)
EPA: they never drove my car
Driving Style: whatever to fit my mood. sometimes kinda throttle heavy, but a lot of times not. last winter I got better gas milege when i had it under high throttle than partial because my o2 was messed up and i was too lazy to fix it in the cold (closed loop versus open loop)
Modifications:everything that can be taken off of an '89 crx si and put onto a '90 hatch. engine, tranny, wiring, blah blah blah.
Octane Fuel: usually 87, unless i'm in iowa (because 89 is cheaper there, because of ethanol) or nebraska or something (they have 85, i wouldn't put this in the civic, but have in the rabbit)
City/Highway: i'd guess 50/50
MPG: 3X in the summer city, last winter i got upper 20's. On the highway i get over 40.
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Old 09-03-2005, 06:40 PM   #5
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Make:honda
Model:89 civic hatch
Trim: dx
epa:??
Driving Style: speeder, but conservative launches/braking unless i'm on a back country road
Mods: cai, gutted from driver/passenger seat back
Octane: 87 when doing highway only, 93 every other tank or when going to the track or country (i do add stp fuel treatment to every tank)
City/Highway: 25/75 (work out of town)
mpg: 30-40 with a best of 47 on a trip to florida

Makeodge
Model:Ram
Trim:02' SLT 4x4 quad cab
EPA:??
Driving Style: speeder, but conservative launches/braking unless i feel the need to leave tire prints at the redlight
Mods: K&N fipk, flowmaster 40 series exhaust 3" in dual 2.5" outs, tailgate down on the highway
Octane: 87 if highway, 93 if going on a trip or towing
Cit/Highway: same, 25/75
MPG: 13/17 with a best of 18.8
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Old 09-04-2005, 07:04 PM   #6
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Make: Honda

Model: CRX

Year: '87

Trim Level: Si

Teansmission: Manual

EPA: 30/33

Driving Style: gingerly

Modifications: skull and crossbones license plate frame, "Darwin loves you" bumper sticker

Octane/fuel type: 87

City vs. Highway: dude... wtf?

MPG: 35



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<p>Make:Chrysler<br />
Model: PT Cruiser Turbo<br />
Year:2003<br />
Trim Level: GT<br />
Transmission:AT 4 speed<br />
EPA: 19/25<br />
Driving Style: average<br />
Modifications (either preformance or gas-saving): K&amp;N air filter,&nbsp; Mobil One oil.<br />
Octane Fuel/Type:91<br />
City versus Highway:&nbsp; I drive a combined city and highway route most of the time. average 21mpg. Never been on a long highway trip to log mpg.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>With todays high gas prises I wish I had my old Acura Integra back.&nbsp; It got 31mpg.<br /></p>
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Will any of the new members post up their setups? I've seen a few people register with Civic VXs lately. I'm interested in knowing your mpg, etc.
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Yeah, I'm really interested to see what some of the newer folks are getting with their cars.
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Will any of the new members post up their setups? I've seen a few people register with Civic VXs lately. I'm interested in knowing your mpg, etc.
i'm doing 20km with a litre with my stock VX on highway, that is impressive
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