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Old 01-02-2013, 05:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi Guys,

Today after fuel log actualization Berta jumped up to #10 on Ecomodder's Top Diesel cars!

http://ecomodder.com/forum/bestgasmi...ar&fuel=diesel

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Woo, congrats. Now the trick is to keep it there through winter. Darn southerners get such an advantage there.
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I'd need to pull those aces from the sleeve
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Agreed about the Southerners having a great advantage in winter months.

This frigid Wisconsin air is terrible for warm-ups. Not windy, not snowy, roads are reasonably clear.. just really cold air.
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Number SIX today! Wooooho!


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Add a Kammback and wheel covers like your avatar has and you'll bump it up a couple spots
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Old 01-22-2013, 03:14 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Add a Kammback and wheel covers like your avatar has and you'll bump it up a couple spots
That's the plan!
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Looking good!

You're one up on me, for today anyway. I'm trying to stay in the top ten myself. It's easier staying over 50mpgus in the diesel than it was with the gas motor.
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Congratulations! Glad to see a BMW doing so well

Although, now I have a German Diesel, I can feel a battle of Das Autos coming on..

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Looking good!

You're one up on me, for today anyway. I'm trying to stay in the top ten myself. It's easier staying over 50mpgus in the diesel than it was with the gas motor.
True! I wish I could check how low I could go with a boat tail for Berta.

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Congratulations! Glad to see a BMW doing so well

Although, now I have a German Diesel, I can feel a battle of Das Autos coming on..
We'll see how it will go. TDI are more FE engines for sure than my old fashioned TDS but I won't give up! Das Autos are going for FE War

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