[200q20v] Re: [urq] FS: 282 BHP 3B ECUs from Europe
Larry C Leung
l.leung at juno.com
Tue Jan 1 14:46:55 EST 2002
no miles to empty on the GTi. I usually only get about 400 miles to empty
with the 200Q, and that's with a full tank. Even after adjusting the trip
computer, it's still a little optimistic. my actual on the road highway
milage is all of maybe 22-23 MPG at a trip computer registered average of
66 MPH (low compared to what I think the speedo is reading most of the
time), with the level of traffic there's really no clean way to go faster
around here usually, even on the Thruway. I maintain the concept of low
impact driving. That's it. No hero car here.
LL - NY
On Mon, 31 Dec 2001 10:10:04 -0700 (MST) Iain Mannix <mannix at rmsolo.org>
>I got 1105 miles to empty on my trip computer on Saturday - did not
>look at the mpg, but I was pretty happy that I had 1100ish miles
>left in that tank of gas.
>OK, fine, I was coasting down I-70 in 5th on my way back to Denver
>at roughly 90mph at the time....
>On Sun, 30 Dec 2001, Larry C Leung wrote:
>> Wow! The GTi's computer pegs at 99.9 MPG....
>> LL - NY
>> On Sun, 30 Dec 2001 17:54:46 -0500 Kneale Brownson
>> <knotnook at traverse.com> writes:
>> >I'd buy too if I could get the supposed 47 mpg even if at legal
>> >speeds in the USA. This has to be 47 mpg as determined by fuel
>> >through several tanksfull of fuel, not some momentary figure the
>> >computer shows. Our V8 computer shows 200 mpg when you let off
>> >gas and
>> >At 05:21 PM 12/30/2001 -0500, TM wrote:
>> >>Sorry, but I'll agree with Jim in that it is virtually impossible
>> >>a 200q20v to achieve 47mpg at 90mph with stock gearing and
>> >>unusual wheel/tire combos, etc.
>> >>My car did not see an economy improvement, but it has not
>> >>the Lehmann chipset currently installed.
>> >>I'll buy the chips if you can scientifically prove the 47mpg at
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