EPA Combined Rating / % over rating: 0 mpg (US) / 0% (based on 90-day fuel economy)
Total fills: 2
Average cost per gal/L: $2.55 per gal (US); $0.00 per L (price data entered for 1 fill/s)
Average cost per fill: $26.99
Average distance cost: $0.13 per mi. / $0.08 per km
Total fuel used: 20.5 gal (US), 77.6 L
Total distance traveled: 376 mi. / 605.1 km
Total cost: $26.99
Average tank distance: 188 mi. / 302.6 km
173 mi 278.42 km
9.913 gal (US) 8.25 gal (Imp) 37.52 L 334.07 kWh
17.45 mpg (US)
20.97 mpg (Imp) 13.48 L/100 km 5.73 gal (US)/100 mi 1931.04 Wh/mi
Changed jet from 62 to 64
203 mi 326.7 km
10.59 gal (US) 8.82 gal (Imp) 40.09 L 356.88 kWh
$2.549 ($26.99 total for this fill)
19.17 mpg (US)
23.02 mpg (Imp) 12.27 L/100 km 5.22 gal (US)/100 mi 1758.03 Wh/mi
Recent starting point.
After disappointing MPG, my brother and I looked over things underhood. PCV valve had been unhooked by previous owner. Vacuum plugs plugging ports on carburetor were cracked. Above all, the bolts holding the carburetor to the intake had worked loose. The entire carb was shifting around. We took care of all vacuum leaks, tightened the carb, and adjusted the air fuel mixture, and adjusted idle down.
The car felt new on the drive home. I also checked the oil the next day and dipstick was dry. Car is parked over rocks on driveway, and the oil leak is more subtantial then believed. Oil is full and I will figure out where it is leaking in the next day or 2. I expect great progress on next fill up.