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Old 06-17-2016, 01:19 PM
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Re: Excellent gas milage

I have the afe dry panel filter in my 15 3.6. Pretty happy with it.


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Old 06-29-2016, 10:25 PM
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Re: Excellent gas milage

I added the AEM air filter. Notice no changes, but wasn't expecting much. We will see if anything changes in mpg dept. after this and synthetic oil which I would be surprised if it did.
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Re: Excellent gas milage

I just came back from a round trip from NJ to Indianapolis and averaged 30 mpg, stock 3.6 2014 Grand Cherokee
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Re: Excellent gas milage

That's nice milage in minnesota we have so much clean burn additional stuff added in the gas it kills milage when I get out of cit amd fill up it changes by 5 miles a gallon in my 5.7....
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Old 07-28-2016, 05:41 PM
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Re: Excellent gas milage

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I just came back from a round trip from NJ to Indianapolis and averaged 30 mpg, stock 3.6 2014 Grand Cherokee
Wow the best I ever did was 27mpg and that was at a constant 50mph between 70/75 24.7mpg.

What was your average speed? I've never heard of anyone getting that kinda mileage! I assume your Jeep is 2WD
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Re: Excellent gas milage

Does anyone have a part number for the AEM drop in?
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Re: Excellent gas milage

I was asked what my speed was when i averaged 30mpg on my trip from NJ to Indianapolis and back. I was driving 70 to 75 mph, sometimes better. This was with four passengers, luggage, and 10 bowling balls, driving in 90 degree heat with the air on. Both of my kids were competing in a national tournament in Indianapolis, thats why all the bowling balls.
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Does anyone have a part number for the AEM drop in?
Not sure what engine you have but here's a link to were I purchased mine 2014 3.6

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I was asked what my speed was when i averaged 30mpg on my trip from NJ to Indianapolis and back. I was driving 70 to 75 mph, sometimes better. This was with four passengers, luggage, and 10 bowling balls, driving in 90 degree heat with the air on. Both of my kids were competing in a national tournament in Indianapolis, thats why all the bowling balls.
Was this MPG calculated by hand or from the vehicle display (EVIC)?
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Mine went up 2-3mpg average over 4 months with synthetic and the AEM dryflow filter! Totally worth it!


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Mine went up 2-3mpg average over 4 months with synthetic and the AEM dryflow filter! Totally worth it!


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Nice. I should receive my AEM tomorrow. I did an oil change last Saturday with Mobil 1 full syn. Crossing my fingers I get a bump in MPGs and a little extra low end torque for towing my little camping trailer.
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Was this MPG calculated by hand or from the vehicle display (EVIC)?
I did not do the math, this is according to the dash reading. I do not believe the EVIC is 100 percent accurate, but it is close. I did compare it a few times to doing the math when I first got my GC and it seemed to be within 1mpg + or -.
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