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Old 03-23-2011, 06:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dizzy Diesel 2.0 - '04 Volkswagen Jetta GLS TDI
90 day: 40.89 mpg (US)

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90 day: 16.56 mpg (US)

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BRZ - '17 Subaru BRZ Sport Tech
90 day: 25.64 mpg (US)

WREX - '17 Subaru WRX STI Sport Tech
90 day: 19.16 mpg (US)

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Hey I'm new!

Hey I am new to the forum.

I am interested in ecotuning because I have been tuning and racing cars for quite a while now and this is a totally different twist on car performance. Still this is a very interesting and rewarding niche in the industry and I want to learn some tips on saving more gas with my daily driver.

I currently own a 95' Camaro SS which dosent see the road alot (only has 37,000miles original) but I drive it on weekends and nice days to work. Most of my driving is with my 99 Saturn SC2, which is a great little car to boot around in. The Saturn is what I want to focus more ecotuning on so I can have the extream of performance is both directions, speed/horsepower and MPG!

I ordered the scangauge 2 already it sold me on the fact it reads CEL codes, awesome gadget!



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