77.7mpg (451 miles, 5.8gal) as determined by calculation. This was the 1st tank with the SuperMID installed, so I pretty much just drove my usual style while observing what the MID showed. The instantanious mpg was supersensitive to throttle position (i.e. changes in speed and road grade), but much less so to driving at different speeds (35 to 65mph) on a flat road. So it looks like driving with load would be best while driving on what I would consider a flat road , while pulse and coast would be best for rolling terrain (pulse up/coast ICE-off down). Also dialed in the distance (minor error) and fuel (big error) correction factors on the MID after gassing up. I'll apply what I learned on this next tank.
The instantanious mpg was supersensitive to throttle position (i.e. changes in speed and road grade)
I think most people are surprised at that. I was. In my car, I can make a significant change in fuel consumption (at cruise, for example) with a foot adjustment that is undetectable on the butt-o-meter (mine, anyway).
Looking forward to seeing what more the MID can help you eke out of your car basjoos.
CO ZX2: 2 regular route business calls this week. Monday ideal weather 60 degrees and calm, ran with alternator off, switched batteries for return. Thursday 40 degrees and rainy, alternator on. SG readings for week: 153 miles, 96.3 mpg, 47 mph avg.
Rest of Team 5 made no new estimates or fills.
5 inches snow on ground here now from the last couple days.