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IF you're the type of driver who has trouble with a lead foot on the open road, an electronic throttle nanny will save you fuel.

(That said, keep in mind that a dedicated ecodriver can get even better fuel economy than cruise control while maintaining the same average speed.)

Installing a cruise unit can also permit you to test vehicle mods more rigorously by removing the experimenter's right foot from the equation.

Instructions for mod

See installation instructions for cruise control system.

User experiences

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User data
User Name Car Make, Model, Year Cost of Mod Time to Perform Mod MPG Before Mod MPG After Mod MPG improvement guess Instruction Link
Example Data Saand Example Data Mazda, 626, 1991 Example Data $5 USD Example Data 1 Hour Example Data 27.2 Example Data 29.8 User mod detail or measurement detailed data

Problems / Consequences of mod

- If you normally drive without a lead foot standard cruise control may give you worse efficiency.


Forum thread links

Audiovox CCS-100 aftermarket cruise control replacement (can't do FE tests)

External links