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95 Buick roadmaster Gas consumption

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I just bought this 95 roadmaster, and would like to kow if I need to do anything to get a better milage and if any TLC is needed, would putting posche plugs help? I just changed the air filter. how much mpg should I expect from this beast, right onow I am geting about 15/city...the engine has 80k on it

I appreciate your help

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  • 1mowahhed1 Feb 08, 2009

    HI Chevy man, is the fuel filter a do it yourself thing, or shall I take it to the auto shop? If I can do it, where to find it on the car? how to identfy it

    Thanks

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Bosch plugs will not help. Air and fuel filter would help.. Plug wires and plugs should make some difference.

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Keep AC Delco plugs in the car. Put a K&N air filter on it. Then get a Hypertech reprograming kit to adjust your performance an gas consumption.

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15 city 22 highway is what this car gets- it's a 5.7 LT1 what do you expect?

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