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Tips for Improving Gas Mileage

  1. Keep track of your mileage every time you fill up your tank.
  2. Don't speed so you burn your gas more efficiently.
  3. Don't carry unnecessary weight in the car.
  4. Make sure your tires are inflated to the proper pressure.
  5. Change your motor oil frequently.
  6. Use gas of the proper octane level.
  7. Use your air conditioner sparingly.

I hope this helps!! Thanks!!!

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Have actually done some research on those and found that the horsepower increase advertised is in the higher RPM band (where in essence it is unusable). As far as fuel consumption goes, there is always a "trade-off" when it comes to that. On earlier carbureted engines it was fairly easy to squeeze more mpg from what you drive. Today's injection systems are very precise, and more difficult to get much more than factory standards from them. Three items you can do to get better mpg are: Keep the air filter clean (vacuum and shake out once a month), Use a good quality synthetic oil in the engine. Make sure your ignition system is in good condition and not arcing anywhere. Keep wires clean and plugs properly gaped (if you can't light the fire, you waste the fuel in that cylinder).
A new problem we all face is the introduction of alcohol into our fuel...It does not produce the same btu's of heat when it burns...heat is power.
the more alcohol in a system the lower the mpg is because it takes two times the quantity of alcohol to make the same amount of power.
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