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Old 11-19-2005, 07:04 PM   #1
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This is getting rediculous, LOL

When I was drunk my cousin drove 130 miles of this tank. He is gas pedal happy, so he was going 70-80mph. The rest of the tank I just drive the speed limit on the streets and freeways. This tank is like all my tanks 60% hwy and 40% city.

If speed limit is 40 then I'm going 40. Id speed limit is 65 then I'm going 65. You get the picture.

Anyway the mpg is 28.36, LOL.

If I would of driven instead of my cousin i think I could of broken into 29mpg.

In the morning when the tires will be cold I'm going to make sure they are 37F and 35R psi.

I'm still working on the generator. I can't wait to see 30's
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Old 11-19-2005, 07:37 PM   #2
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Sweet, this is a lot better

Sweet, this is a lot better than your old thread! You're getting up there, slowly, but surely, haha. You can get a megasquirt of safc to tune down your dead richness in the midrange rpms, and what else...Try modding your spark plugs? The IAT sensor mod on honda's is sposed to cut fuel by 6%, but on larry it cut it like 28% or something insane, so you might wanna try that too. Done any fuel mixing yet?
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Old 11-19-2005, 07:44 PM   #3
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my distributor cap and rotor

my distributor cap and rotor are due for a change. And so are my spark plug wires. My spark plugs are good till 75k since I replaced them at 60k.

I think after I replace them I'll hit 29mpg easy.

I don't want to mess with any sensors or electronics. I'll just stick in the generator and the car will adjust the fuel intake itself.

I'll keep my tires at 37F and 35R to keep good traction, too much for my car and I'll have to much understeer.
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Looked at the distributor

Looked at the distributor ozone mod yet?
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I don't think it will help

I don't think it will help me. I still got a lot of stuff to do before I run out of ideas.
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