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View Poll Results: Average MPH on a Fill up (Public poll)
less than 20 0 0%
21-30 6 21.43%
31-40 8 28.57%
41-50 5 17.86%
over 50 9 32.14%
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Old 02-13-2007, 11:57 PM   #11
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I answered 'over 50' - as the majority of my driving is above 50. No Scangauge / SuperMID to test with yet, so it might be 41-50, but I don't slow down to very low speeds.
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Old 02-14-2007, 02:20 AM   #12
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Since I have changed my driving techniques I have avg. 44 mpg on my last two tanks of gas. I do 80% hwy 20% city so the majority my speed is anywhere above 55 to 65. I have been doing alot of EOC.
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Old 02-14-2007, 06:47 AM   #13
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What are you driving?

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I'm Averaging mid 30's on a tank. What's everyone else doing?
Mid 30s? Is that good? 30 Miles per HOUR is pretty fast for a "tank average"! :-)
If we're talking MPGallon... this is Civic-country, is it not? Methinks 4 small cylinders would get this average. 4 cylinders and a stick-shift! Auto trans?...maybe not....
I'm getting ~38 MPG average (mix of a little urban and a lot of higher speed cruise) as indicated by my (factory) MPG computer read-out. This is on my modified gasoline... which is 87 octane. The factory recommended gas is 93 octane. Notice how this number is meaningless without the engine size / final drive ratio / tranny type being used.
If we're talking average speed per tank fill-up... we're back to meaningless numbers, again. What means this? Someone please enlighten me.... -whitevette
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Mid 30s? Is that good? This is Civic-country, is it not? Methinks 4 small cylinders would get this average. 4 cylinders and a stick-shift! Auto trans?...maybe not....
I'm getting ~38 MPG average (mix of a little urban and a lot of higher speed cruise) as indicated by my (factory) MPG computer read-out. This is on my modified gasoline... which is 87 octane. The factory recommended gas is 93 octane. Notice how this number is meaningless without the engine size / final drive ratio / tranny type being used. -whitevette
Ted it's MPH not MPG.
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Old 02-14-2007, 09:52 AM   #15
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I voted 40-50 mph. It is probably a low guess. I don't have a scangauge or anything, but My commute is all highway except for 10% or so, which are rural roads getting to and from highway. On the highway I go between 55-60mph. Unfortunately, all but a couple miles of the highway part of the drive have a minimum speed of 55mph ,semis 60 mph, max speed limit of 70 mph, so I can't go any slower legally than I do already.
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