95' Lexus SC300 - 150,000m
Manufacturer's spec: 18city/19highway
But this includes a "few" redline pulls and sometimes 60 pulls. Plus I like the ability to light up my rear wheels.
I get between about 30-33 miles to the UK gallon.
I've gone 30/60 (local roads/motorways) and got 33mpg and gone 30/95 and got 30mpg
I know which I'd rather do!
whew 10Mpg? thats harsh, i'm spoiled by my 37mpg
Yes, but your car doesn't weigh 3500lbs, and isn't powered by a Supra6. I'm pretty sure that when I get around to doing some throttle body cleaning that it will improve to around 12mpg. Also, I really should't pracitce manual shifting in an auto car... i figured out the shift points and I floor it when I get around them to make the tranny shift. Redlining the car wastes gas If I drove like a senior then I'd probably get 15mpg.Originally Posted by jcdillin
i get around 32+? hwy
25 or so driving around town
damn, i want a turbo diesel now
amd 1700, biostar m7ncg 400, hitachi deskstar 120 8mb , 512 pc2700, liliput 7"
now to put it all together
35 mpg -- With the 70% efficient 250 Watt computer and 2000 watt sound system.
Audio Rockford Fosgate: 900 Watt 4-channel amp, 501bd Mono amp
Computer AMD 2400+ XP, 1 GB DDR RAM, Orbit Micro 250W DC-DC PSU
Head units are for cheaters!
sure some girls fake orgasms.....but it's guys like me who fake the whole relationship
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im supposed to get ~35 but i get like 25 now due to my mods and my driving habits.my dad would only go on highways and get 35 mpg i do all my dirivng on local streetes since idont go too far that often.