Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Orange Texas
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Has this been asked before??
It's about millage, since fuel cost have gone up I have taken to driving slower. Trying to keep it around 55mph, and yes this does give me better millage about 2MPG. The question is why?? Why is my truck designed to get maximum fuel economy at 55 mph and not at say 70 mph? What world do the engineers live in? I live in Texas. Jeff Foxworth says you know your in Texas when the speed limit is 55 your driving 80 and everyone is passing you and giving you dirty looks.
But seriously why aren't our trucks geared to give us our best MPG at 70 MPH?
Face it reguardless of the speed limit most of us drive faster than 55 MPH most of the time.
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2003 F350 CrewCab 4WD SRW Long Box
7.3L, AFE Intake, 4" Turbo back exhaust, 4" Lift ARE bed cover