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Old 12-07-2009, 12:44 AM   #11 (permalink)
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did a retest now that i have the lower numerically geared transmission. Dont have the mpg numbers with me, but testing was done at the exact same place, the exact same way.

Alternatorless ended up 8.5% better mileage then the same accesories ran last time, and 3.3% better mileage then with no accesorys at all. Still nothing close to metrompgs results, but a little more hopeful.

In the end, ill still end up going alternatorless, as it will allow me to take the load of all accesories off of the engine.

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