What are your MPG's??

Discussion in 'Polls & Surveys' started by XMPLRY808, Feb 21, 2017.

  1. XMPLRY808

    XMPLRY808 Active Member

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    My trd supercharged truck with 2.7 pulley always gets around 18-19 mpg driving hard or not.. I drive through heavy traffic 5 days a week

    I tuned my truck to run around 11.3 at WOT

    Also notice my lighten flywheel helped me to gain 1 mpg more...
     
  2. whippersnapper02

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    How are you figuring out mileage?

    I get high 13s low 14s city with my TRD blower, AFE intake, 2.85 pulley and TRD exhaust.
     
  3. XMPLRY808

    XMPLRY808 Active Member

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    I always reset my miles when I put in a full tank of gas then when filling up the next time I would divide the amount of miles I drove and the amount of fuel I put in.
     
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  4. BSP06XRU

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    Aw nice good find! I started this thread cause I hear people get terrible mpgs especially when they're SC but I don't lol. Maybe only here in Hawaii idk lol
     
  6. HAMHAWK_JAY

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    I get about 320 to 350 on a full tank normally but lately about 280
     
  7. madtrucker

    madtrucker Active Member

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    I'm getting 12.5 mpg pretty consistently. I like to keep the rpms up and the pedal down. I want to hear the whine. I paid a lot of money for that SC I want hear it, and feel it.
     
  8. XMPLRY808

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    I hear you bro! I too love to run my truck hard if you check out my build thread I take my truck to Mexico quite often and when I do I still manage to somehow get 18 mpg's. It doesn't make sense to me either cause if I baby my truck I still get 19 mpg's so I guess might as well floor it lol
     
  9. XMPLRY808

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    Why do you think you're getting lower mpg's? But yeah 320+ is the norm for me also
     
  10. HAMHAWK_JAY

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    Well my engine load is like 30+% at idle 79k miles probably needs plugs i have done a 2-part fuel treatment service atleat twice a year and for some ungodly reason my k&n filter oiled or not gets hella dirty oh yea i was gonna blame it on city miles but after i thought about it im mostly on the freeway with 4 less miles a day than last year next week ill do plugs and see where that goes
     
  11. madtrucker

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    Well that's not fair. I can burn a quarter tank just taking the wife to the mall & grocery shopping. I'd look into it except it runs so well. I'm not messing with a truck that runs smooth. Try a little drifting, I think you can get that mpg to go down.
     
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  12. Hard Taco

    Hard Taco Formerly Known As "Sn3akrs"

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    Race trucks don't care about mpg's !
     
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    The last track day I got 108 miles from a full tank. Lots of smiles pe gallon.
     
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    I just filled up my truck today. I got 334.7 miles and filled up 18.2 gallons of fuel. Which equals to 18.39 mpg. With this tank I drove a mix of stop and go traffic, cruising on the high way, some test n tune sessions, and runs in Mexico.
     
  15. whippersnapper02

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    I'm glad to see you are doing it correctly. A lot of people out there are doing this wrong.
     
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    IS THAT 334 At the last line or when the light came on ?
     
  17. XMPLRY808

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    It was when the light came on
     
  18. Weasel09

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    I stay about 19, even after boosting it. It never changed much from Hawaii traffic to Tennessee.
     
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    Im getting roughly 18-19 mpg stock with mixed driving. Got about 15.5mpg my last tank with a few hard pulls :)
     
  20. Edgeman

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    Stock engine: I get about 18 around town, and ~23 on the interstate rolling 65-70. I hit 26 mpg (over ~150 miles) a couple times, but I was rolling 55-60 mpg on 4-lane roads with very few stops/stoplights.
     

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