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Old 01-14-2018, 01:45 PM   #171 (permalink)
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Old 02-15-2018, 11:50 AM   #172 (permalink)
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Anyone have one of these for an automatic 2001-2005 civic sedan? I haven't bought a gauge yet so I haven't been able to calculate one for myself.
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Old 02-18-2018, 11:13 PM   #173 (permalink)
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My Automatic Mazda 3 (petrol).
Hope you don't mind the metric measures.
You can see the gear changes kick in around 15kph and 35 kph.
Above 75kph drag starts kicking in and efficiency drops.

Data source is from over 500 trips with my OBD2 adapter. - it logs every two seconds.
(I don't drive on the highway much so the data above 80kph is a bit thinner).

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My Automatic Mazda 3 (petrol).
Hope you don't mind the metric measures.
You can see the gear changes kick in around 15kph and 35 kph.
Above 75kph drag starts kicking in and efficiency drops.

Data source is from over 500 trips with my OBD2 adapter. - it logs every two seconds.
(I don't drive on the highway much so the data above 80kph is a bit thinner).
18 km/l - 42 mpg sounds pretty low for a 1.5L. How did you sort them? Did you just pick spots where the speed stayed the same for several seconds or something else?
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18 km/l in Ozzy heat with very little highway driving isn't bad.
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Suzuki baleno 1.2 NA 5 speed manual transmission.
Temp around 20C/68F
Tires: 195/55 R16 LRR
Load:3 pax
Numbers without Air conditioning.

Note: Data was pulled from 200km/124miles trips that I've completed for each steady speed state except 60kmph which is shorter at 140km and done on narrow 2-lane country road with some traffic.
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How did you get torque to log?

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