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Old 02-01-2012, 10:20 PM   #56 (permalink)
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90 day: 29.54 mpg (US)

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Good to hear the cars fine, lets see what some engine on P&G will do. I'm curious, but no way to find out, if at +90% load how well does the CAT work. Within the normal range that the engineers work it good, EOC P&G it doesn't, I doubt if they envisioned +90% load for 8 seconds, idle for 15 repeat.... The problem is without Engine Off P&G, is P&G worth the effort vs constant speed of you car in 5th gear.

I respect you care for the air over the almightly dollar. Makes me feel guilty my cars have never been checked. I'm curious enough now that I might get one or 2 of them tested come warmer weather. Wonder how a 250,000 gm v6 or 230,000 dodge I4 would test.
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