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post #11 of 28 Old 03-25-2007, 04:29 PM
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hey i got a 94 f350 1ton 5spd manual and get roughly 13-15 depending on traffic and if i press it. im usually runnin on 13 most of the time tho. hope this helps, have any more questions hit me up
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post #12 of 28 Old 05-17-2008, 09:32 PM
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yeah i have to agree with shotgunner682 i get about 14 avg.
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I tallked to my friend, he gets about 17-18 empty. He has a super-cab 2WD auto F-350.
Dang man, That's great.
6.0 Guy here, I have always liked the IDI, I try and catch most of the threads.
I tell myself one day I will sink one in an old Scout I or II.

Didn't mean to Go on please.
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post #14 of 28 Old 05-17-2008, 10:10 PM
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that would be cool an old scout with an old 7.3l idi
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towing 8k# in the mountains its 10-12....still better that the wife's V10 exc.

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4" Skyjacker lift
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ok i got a 1ton with a 5sp manual that has 4.10 gears and a 7.3 non turbo idi
and im getting roughly 10 miles city and 13 in highway when i do 65 or 70 cause any higher im runnin close to 3000 rpm
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ok i got a 1ton with a 5sp manual that has 4.10 gears and a 7.3 non turbo idi
and im getting roughly 10 miles city and 13 in highway when i do 65 or 70 cause any higher im runnin close to 3000 rpm
3k rpm?? that is too high.
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Mine is a 94 Turbo, auto with 3.55 gears 2WD, 194-K MILES! Only had it a week with new 4" exhuast and on the first tank that I have run through it, Ii am comming up with right at 16 in town and hwy., but I am still enjoying my new exhaust system! Hope to get up around 18 or so after the new wears off!
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1990 F250 2wd 7.3IDI non turbo, 3.55 gear stock with 312K on the clock. It gets 20mpg empty hiway & 15mpg pulling the 20ft car hauler. I do keep it under 65mph.
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I just got my truck up and running. ran 23 gallons worth of fuel through it.
Came out to a 17.1 MPG. that's city driving/Highway driving. with some minor towing and hauling....
Oh ya, 92 f-250 7.3 w/Banks sidewinder kit. Extended cab 4x4 auto....
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