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Marlon_JB2 07-21-2009 10:59 AM

KJ Intake MPG Results
 
Well I finally did all the gas mileage calculations of the Myrtle Beach trip.

Jeep: Mine
Engine: 3.7L (you know, the one everybody hates)
Passengers: 3
Cargo Area: Full, backseat folded too
Rear End Noticeably Sagging: Yes, bad.

Gas mileage on the way there: 21.2MPG
Gas mileage while there: 14.4MPG (Myrtle Beach is nothing but traffic)
Gas mileage on the way back: 21.5MPG
Total Miles Driven: 1,950
Funny, my EVIC was reporting (almost) the same dang thing. + or - 1 or 2 points.
Maximum Speed, according to GPS: 105MPH
Average Speed, according to GPS: 72MPH.

Amazing. Especially considering weight, mountains, and my sister's heavy lead foot. ;)

White WK Swagga 07-21-2009 11:02 AM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
not too shaby Marls

B.P.O.D 07-21-2009 11:06 AM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
wow marls! i've never hit higher than 19.5 on my evic!!!!

topspeed on our jeep is 110!!!

nate - did you get surgery today on ur ankles after i dunked on you yest w/my boat shoes!!!

Marlon_JB2 07-21-2009 11:06 AM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
I will say, that engine was working mighty hard up those mountains. But it made it up and down twice. :)

Now the trip down to Alabama back in January was very disappointing because with only ONE more passenger and the same amount of cargo, I only averaged 18.6MPG there, and 19.9MPG back. (2 less passengers, 2 less people's cargo)

B.P.O.D 07-21-2009 11:08 AM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
yeah weight def plays an issue marls!!!

nice vinny!!! i gotta go too!!! part of my filling came out!!!

Marlon_JB2 07-21-2009 11:10 AM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
But there's just too big of a gap between those two road trips. The ONLY thing I have done to the Jeep were 1. Bosch Platinum Spark Plugs and 2. The Liberty Intake.

Could those two have seriously had something to do with the increases? I've only noticed an increase in the city since the spark plugs, but highway has gone up considerably since the Liberty Intake.

Marlon_JB2 07-21-2009 11:21 AM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
I'm seriously considering throwing the stock WK intake back on, making a 100 mile highway trip, then swapping to see if there's different numbers. My driving style didn't, hasn't and never will change, so that couldn't possibly be it.

Someone please help me. Could that resonator actually be killing our wallets more than necessary in exchange for quietness?

Everyone go out and get intakes for Libbys! LOL.

White WK Swagga 07-21-2009 12:05 PM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
It may be Marl. It makes sense...

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I'm thinking about doing the spark plugs too? What do you recommend?

B.P.O.D 07-21-2009 12:21 PM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
marls change it out and see what happens in 100 miles!!! that would be great to know!

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better yet marls make a new thread about it, maybe someone already knows the answers!

Bslagle05 07-21-2009 12:27 PM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
my drive to work everyday is 40 miles there and 40 miles back and all highway and I run a couple errands in town after work and my evic was like 14-15 mpg hah

B.P.O.D 07-21-2009 12:39 PM

Re: The Talk About Anything Thread
 
yeah my avg is 15 too

Marlon_JB2 07-21-2009 01:20 PM

KJ Intake MPG Results
 
OK, I finally got to test my intake idea out on the highway for MPG results. I noticed no gain in the city, but check these numbers out...


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