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21-23 MPG average. In the flat at 70 I get 24+, 93 octane EcuTec map. Remember I live at 669 feet and one mile away at the Post Office it's 300 feet. The hills around here hurt my average.

I have yet to take it on a long flat trip over 300 miles in the flats with my tune and mods.
I'm still doing log files to dial in my map with Seb. That kinda hurts your MPG too. Lol.
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21-23 MPG average. In the flat at 70 I get 24+, 93 octane EcuTec map. Remember I live at 669 feet and one mile away at the Post Office it's 300 feet. The hills around here hurt my average.

I have yet to take it on a long flat trip over 300 miles in the flats with my tune and mods.
I'm still doing log files to dial in my map with Seb. That kinda hurts your MPG too. Lol.
I get better gas mileage coming back from our townhouse in Sunriver, Oregon to our house on the coast. Drops from 5,000 ft to sea level. Going there...not so good.
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In the hills on the highway I let my car speed up to build inertia, then use it up the other side letting it slow down a lot. I watch behind me so I don't cause trouble. Hypermiling can up my MPG 2-4 MPG easily. Shhhh So does rolling stops (when the coast is clear) too.

Starting 4000 lbs from a dead stop really hurts your MPG.
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Back when I had a hybrid:




In Red Sport:





Sort of cheating though. Both of those involved lots of driving down hill.
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I've hit 29.X MPG over 200 miles but dropped to 26.5 by the end of the tank. Pre tune with full FI exhaust.

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[QUOTE=Sinecure;1383711]Back when I had a hybrid:




In Red Sport:



Did your RS have a flat? <JK>
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200 mile trip. Mostly motorway
I can't beat that but I can certainly beat you to the gas stn
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I think my best MPG, pre tune, with my mods, got better MPG than the 2.0L gas disontinued engine.
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49MPG in UK should equal to 41 MPG in US.
I just had a short trip from Melbourne to Canberra this week. About 600km highway tip, I use ACC most of the time. As a result, I got 7.5l/100km, which equates to about 32 MPG.
There are a lot of uphill and downhill on the road, which definitely hurt my mileage.

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