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Old 07-13-2007, 11:24 AM   #11
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Took another trip for snowballs, the battery died at a red light when I hit the starter . I really don't think I use the starter that much, but it was a lot of stop and go so I'm kinda doing it subconsciously now. I used to worry about people wondering why I was starting my car, but I don't care now. Pic:

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Old 07-15-2007, 12:28 AM   #12
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72.32mpg readout/9.87mi

Latest Mid results... for those who don't want to calculate... 72.32mpg for 9.87mi and the only hills around here are on the interstate... not to mention I've calculated that my mileage has to be adjusted 8.88% higher and fuel is reading too high, which should mean better than stated.



You can see I actually went twice as far as the post above on less gas.
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Old 07-16-2007, 08:33 AM   #13
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Hi all,
To be late...
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Yoshi - do these new SuperMIDs have the feature that the calibration affects all the litre / km numbers?.
It does not have the left side of channel switch which means an old one.
The program has not been changed.

It looks the average km/h problem was solved.
I assume 88HF connects 12V power line always ON place and left it about 40 hours.
My recommendation is connect it to ACC line.

Anyway, the 49% engine on % is very good, I think.
Are you doing engine-off coasting?

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Old 07-16-2007, 12:04 PM   #14
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I have it tapped off the interior lighting circuit because I don't want it reseting if I have to use key off while driving. Yes, I'm doing EOC. I think there is something wrong with my car though. Possibly the injectors, because the highest mpg I can get at 50mph is 40ish and I should be getting 50s easy in the HF model. I still have to calibrate the supermid, its even worse as of yesterday because my dad changed something and the supermid is reporting double mileage somehow.
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