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Old 10-03-2012, 02:46 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by LeanBurn View Post
I would modify the variable that yields the greatest gains that cost the least first.

1) driving habits
2) tire pressure
etc...then move to mods that cost, that may have a lesser effect.



100+ Hypermiling / ecodriving tips & tactics for better mpg -


65+ Vehicle modifications for better fuel economy -

Since your car is a 1995, it is pre OBDII. You can not use a Ultra Gauge or Scan Gauge mileage computer. You can however use a MPGuino sold here on this site. You would have to splice it into your wiring harness. It is not hard to do and gives you a ton of feedback. At the very least install a vacuum gauge to help you figure out if what your doing is a plus or minus.

The best thing you can do to improve your mpg is...

Adjust the nut behind the wheel...

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