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Old July 13th, 2017, 14:26   #931
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Fuel Economy: 64 .1city @ 30-60 mph/ 52-53 @ 70-85 mph hyway ( 52 to just under 60 normal around town)on LSD
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That DSG is not going to help much either up here either, a manual would get better fuel economy up here with the varried terrain....

The best bet is going to be have somebody try to tweak the timing. Find someone who has has a vag com cam that can adjust the start of injection.
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Old October 14th, 2017, 02:14   #932
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Gas mileage tips can help you reduce the amount of gas you use. If you are already following these tips, you are probably getting the best gas mileage your car can deliver.
Drive more efficiently
Keep your car in shape
Plan & combining trips
Choose a more efficient vehicle


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Old December 31st, 2017, 08:51   #933
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A friend is a diesel engineer at a big 3 company. Did studies of fuel quality. He discovered BP Amoco was best, with fuel from Meijer stores being nearly equal, and about 10 cents per gallon cheaper. AVOID truck stops. Lowest quality, full of dirt to clog your fuel filter.
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Old January 3rd, 2018, 06:32   #934
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This means very little without anything to back it up. Something like this published study of world wide fuel quality:

http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=433465

My sisters, brothers, cousins, babysitter says differently. Means about as much.
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Old January 3rd, 2018, 14:36   #935
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Great link Lightflyer1! I've added it to the first page .
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Old January 26th, 2018, 09:55   #936
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Winter equipment trials update!!

-Task: eliminate mist from all internal windows.
-Equipment 2 x damp traps. cost less than 1 each from b&m etc.
https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/...-x-250g-321193
example picture here:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dehumidif...-/222768226303

-insert 1 damp trap in driver and 1 damp trap in passenger pocket (fits nice and tight,larger side of trap to back, smaller side of trap to front)
-when switching car off overnight, set air direction knob to footwell + switch on air recirculate function then switch off car.

In the morning you will have no misted windows for a fast start.
(warming a diesel requires it to be driven, so you waste time/fuel idling for almost no heat).

Bonus feature-frost on outside clears slightly easier when no misting on inside of glass.
Tedd you are a genius!

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Old March 7th, 2018, 13:02   #937
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I have a 96 Passat, wvwhg83a3te072254 for a diesel it's "quick like a bunny". Has rocket chip stage three in the ECU, do not know nozzle size, but i did put a new turbocharger on it,not orginal engine but stock from a donor car, Owner before me had put WVO system(which destroyed engine)... Anyway we got these cars to get 45-55(like MK1&MK2 rabbits) but I suffer from Aledphootitis and unless im on the interstate using cruse control my miledge is low 30's.

I cant get the IQ within range, I think previous owner hammer mod or somthing. or mabye somthing to do w/chip? idk, thats why i here...

I building new engine right now and saving for a new(rebuilt) ip, trying to find a good head for the 1Z/AHU.

Seems to me exhaust and intake air is key, Go with the Flow..
I plan to get new exhaust from Downpipe(catecktome) 2.5" i suppose.(thk muffler maybe clogged omg.

Watch out for Ritzville cops!
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