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miles per gallon

just wondering i have 2007 6.0 with 114000 miles only gets 12.5 to 13 miles per gallon is that normal? what can i do to get better mpgs?
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Just messing with ya man, a tune, exhaust and driving conservatively will help a lot.

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Just messing with ya man, a tune, exhaust and driving conservatively will help a lot.
This is true but just remember to go WOT every few days or so to keep the vanes in the turbo from sticking
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Question. Is this computer calculated mileage or hand calculated mileage?



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