EBPV delete VS MPG
is there a corellation between the EBPV delete and an increase in MPG's?? the reason that i ask is that a few weeks ago i disconnected my EBPV on my stock 96er. the first full tank i got 15.5 average MPG with mixed driving. now with the second full tank i got 17.8 average with the same driving. wtf??? i was getting noticeably lower EGT's and it wasn't as much of a dog when cold.
by the way, my truck is a 1996 F250 Ext Cab LB 4x4 4spd auto tranny with 4.10 rear. does the EBPV really cause that much difference?? any explanation would be helpful.