|05-14-2019 11:22 PM|
|05-14-2019 03:06 AM|
|KTMrider||With mostly highway driving I average 25-26 mpg when I baby (55-60 mph) my 08 GSR. Mostly stock with a very mild tune|
|03-26-2019 12:06 AM|
Running laps at the NC Center for Automotive Research, I got about 6.7 miles/gallon.
If I started a lap session with a full tank of gas, everything was OK.
If I didn't fill up before the next lap session, the fuel supply would get below half a tank, and I'd eventually have a lap where the big left-hand sweeper pulled the gas away from the pickup and the engine would stutter a few seconds later on the front straight.
I never thought fuel would be such a hassle on the track, of all places.
|09-26-2017 05:34 PM|
|ticaaal70||Freeway driving mostly a 60 mile commute, granny driving and I get about 25-27 MPG|
|09-16-2017 01:33 PM|
|skinnie||Wrong car to be worrying about gas mileage.|
|09-15-2017 03:29 AM|
|forcefedjunkie||17 avg, mostly city|
|09-07-2017 09:43 PM|
Daily driving I average 20-22. Highway driving when Im NOT hauling ass >70 MPH is roughly 25. Anything over 65 and the MPG really suffer.
2015 GSR Tuned @28 lbs
|09-06-2017 05:43 AM|
|gundamfan||18 avg mpg for me.|
|09-05-2017 08:08 PM|
|MR Shuga||Never really noticed a difference in range after a cold air install. If anything it went down because of all the turbo goodness you'll hear after ditching the box|
|09-01-2017 04:31 PM|
This might have been mentioned in earlier posts, but what are people finding in fuel economy after putting in a cold air intake and a tune?
I'm considering it but wouldn't want my range to be affected as it's already pretty short. Running just a Cosworth filter right now.
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