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Old 10-30-2017, 09:01 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Nice numbers and smart mods. I have never seen a D16y4 before. That must be a New Zealand and Aussie specific model or something. How are doing the mod "low friction brakes"? It sounds interesting.

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Old 11-18-2017, 05:31 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Hi, yes d16y4 is audm nzdm and possibly a few other markets. It is basically a sohc zc or usdm d16a6.

My low friction brake mods are just oem brakes, pads and rotors which I have cleaned up to ensure low drag.

I think my best mod is my old hard Bridgestone tyres. I getting to the point now where a 23km/l average is very close.

This is my normal daily driving, summer, and I still enjoy my driving while hypermiling. Quite often I will still hit the redline as the car accelerates pretty good.

Mpguino is awesome, it has allowed me to explore techniques and i now drive up hills fast, not accelerating but maintain a much higher speed than i did before mpguino.

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