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makeitreal 08-29-2012 10:57 PM

Hello everyone!
So I am a mechanic. I am looking to mod 2 vehicles right now a 2000 Chrysler Town&Country and a 04 ford focus SVT. The van is my girls and the focus is mine and to see each other we have to drive an hour and a half. So, I was thinking if I can reduce the fuel costs than it will be easier for us to see each other. Where I am at right now is thinking about the belly pans on both. I am also planning on a scangauge for both. I am also trying to figure out a way to run E85 without giving up mileage. Trying to figure out wether or not adding water injection would solve the consumption rate. Any help getting the most would be appreciated!

freebeard 08-30-2012 02:46 AM

Everyone deserves at least one reply. Welcome!

Don't have much to say, though. The vehicles are garaged 3 hours apart?

Check the Stickies in Ecomodding Central. You should find something that appeals to you.

I burn ethanol free premium and take the hit on price, but I drive an older car. At least I'm not taking food out of livestock's mouths.

Sporty Modder 08-30-2012 12:33 PM

Welcome. I have had success with lower air dams and grill blocks, esp on highway trips. I am intrested to see what you can accomplish.:turtle:

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mcrews 09-04-2012 11:37 AM

for starters, air up the tires.
Check the list of 65 things at the top of the page.
Good luck.....Long distance is tough.

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