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Old 02-03-2011, 06:25 PM
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What's next in my mpg quest

Alright motor experts we have
Afe stage 2 si
Spartan and kem tuning
Aftermarket torque converter
Elite egr delete with waste gate
Cold air pipe

Whats next to try to reach my mpg goals I know there are various things to do for power and racing but I want to continue to improve efficiency without lightening the tools I haul around with me
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lighten the truck
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improve efficiency without lightening the tools I haul around with me
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lighten the truck


really? Why even post??
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Keep the boost under 20 when starting and use the cruse control.................
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i would guess a full exhaust?
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Old 02-03-2011, 10:11 PM
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snow stage 3 mpg maxx water meth
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yeah i have read good and bad things about water meth. Is it a good thing or bad thing i seem to read mixed reviews. i have looked at the diesel power mag cng thing but wasn't sure about filling and such on the road if making a road trip. if i could fill at my house wouldn't be so bad.
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Old 02-04-2011, 06:22 AM
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Job 2 airdam Part #1 8C3Z 17626 B suppose to give another 1mpg. I dont have one so..?
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really? Why even post??
Because it boosts post count.

Keep RPM's below 2K and Boost below 10. Improve aerodynamics, i.e lower the vehicle to the ground instead of raising it up, airdamn if you don't have it as Vet mentioned, smaller mirrors, tonneau cover, etc..
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Old 02-04-2011, 11:08 AM
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water meth is great you can spary a very high content of water or just pure water and there is zero harm you can alos run cheap wiper fluid for performance gain
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