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Old 23-Nov-2005, 03:55 PM
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B18C fuel mileage?

For an EG with a B18C swapped in, what should the fuel mileage be like roughly? (assuming mild mods such as intake and exhaust)
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Old 23-Nov-2005, 04:01 PM
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should get about 450-550k on a tank
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Old 23-Nov-2005, 04:36 PM
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man i wish i got that much out of my b16.
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Old 23-Nov-2005, 04:49 PM
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im lucky if i get 500k to a tank in my y8

feul effiency = engine size/driving style
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Old 23-Nov-2005, 05:19 PM
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250 miles tops, but thats miles. Thats with an AFR of around 14:1 when cruising, which is too rich and a waste of gas.
I desperately need to get a laptop so i can street tune my car, i know for a fact (i have a wideband o2) that my cars running too rich at part throttle. And i know there's more power to be had with a little tuning. But i don't want to pay someone to tune my car when i am completely capable of doing so, i just need a laptop.
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is that 450-550 km's on about 45 L of gas? ... my car seems to take less gas
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Old 23-Nov-2005, 08:23 PM
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400-500 PER TANKĄŁ ALL CITY DRIVING ĄŁAND 1 TANK WILL LAST ME 15 DAYS
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Old 23-Nov-2005, 09:32 PM
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I get 500KM to 35L or so, Mostly highway and RARELY over 5K Rpm
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Old 23-Nov-2005, 09:45 PM
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whats the fun in that?
I just realized that 250 miles is 400km's. So my gas mileage isn't that bad, but its rare that i get 250 miles outta 40L. Damn i need a laptop.
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Old 24-Nov-2005, 10:15 AM
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Originally posted by zeeman
whats the fun in that?
I just realized that 250 miles is 400km's. So my gas mileage isn't that bad, but its rare that i get 250 miles outta 40L. Damn i need a laptop.
Just providing an example
Hard to be over 5K when your stuck in traffic
Now when I for a full tank its more like 350-400KM, but I would never do such a thing..

For another example, my big wagon rarely sees 2500 rpm, there is really no point...500KM to 55L which isn't too bad for a 5L V8.
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lol well...in the summer I tend to get worse gas milage...but thats when the road is clear and ready for hard acceleration hehe
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