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Cobb AP Fuel Mileage

lessard.dcj

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What are people getting for mileage after the installation of the AP and on what tune is it on?

I'm not doing well. even if I'm easy on the gas. I run stage 1 93oct.
 


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91 oct tune getting 29 avg last I checked . Not to worried as this winter has been one for the record books cold temp wise..
 


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It varies for me.

With my Injen intake if I am not careful mileage can get as bad as 18mpg with the 91 octane map; but if I am ginger with it I average 22-26mpg city and 33 highway. Running the Economy map I average 26-27mpg city consistently, so I have been keeping it on "low power" and switch over to the 91 Stage I map when I'm in the mood for "FULL POWAH".
 


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If I try hard, I can get 33-35 mpg on the highway, 30 mpg combined... with that said, it's HARD to drive this car in economy mode because it is such a hoot to drive. 28-29 mpg combined, driving it like it was designed. lol. Oh and I am back to 91 octane, stage 1 map and won't change anything until I get Race Access next month.
 


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10.5 Gallons @ $3.69 every 6 days or 250 miles.

Averaging 24-25 mpg on 93 Tune + Drop in filter.

I drive my cars very hard :)
 


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I'm seeing between 27 and 30 daily driving 50% city/50% highway on Stage 1 93 octane map. Haven't been on the highway enough to use up a full tank and see but I would assume somewhere between 31 and 33 mpg. I drive it pretty hard especially around the city but never really see less than 27 flat unless I'm showing off to people. Sometimes I wish our cars got better fuel economy cuz it blows people's minds when they guess like 40 mpg and I tell them the real numbers. They don't believe me until I explain the turbo thing and let them hear the sounds it makes both front and rear lol!
 


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With the new v101 93map im seeing 19.5mpg....less than what I was getting with v100 93map
 


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I reflashed my 91 to the 101 and man is the incar gas milage meter WONKY.. i'll give it a week or two.. lol
 


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So far on OTS 93 v101, I m getting about 26.5MPG mixed on my first tank after re-flash, but I am also driving more "spirit-fully" after the re-flash [driving]
 


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rodmoe, the fuel estimate thing will be wonky for a few days til it relearns - same as when you install an AP for the first time - or when you took delivery of the car - my fuel estimate was WAY off because i picked up the car with 11mi on it and the original gallon of gas still in it lol

everyone freaks out about this, should we have a sticky?
 


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rodmoe, the fuel estimate thing will be wonky for a few days til it relearns - same as when you install an AP for the first time - or when you took delivery of the car - my fuel estimate was WAY off because i picked up the car with 11mi on it and the original gallon of gas still in it lol

everyone freaks out about this, should we have a sticky?
Yup I have seen it go nutz before just saying to make stunty feel better and I know it will be wonky this week when I pop the battery again to fiddle around in the inards LOL
Sticky may not be a bad Idea . Work one up Ill stick it and close it as a Public Service announcement..
 


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I'm doing mostly highway probably around 80hw/20city. Averaging 26mpg,sometimes a little better but it's hard not to play around. 93gas on 93v101 map. I know I could do a lot better on the highway but with my job we work through lunch and get out at 2pm.

So by that time when I jump on the turnpike to go home,I take the trucks and cars route and there is usually no one around this time, maybe a few trucks. So I have been going a lil crazy and racing around,the other day me and a A6 3.2 Audi we're going at it keeping up with him no problem and according to my Cobb the fastest top speed was 105 [giggle] and he gave me thumbs up when we split ways. Bet he couldn't believe a fiesta was keeping up with him. Oh yea and I literally smoked a previous gen Acura Tl that same day. It was great [raceflag]

-ry
 


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I have about 3,300 miles with 2,800 or so with the AP. Last week I updated to the v101 91 map at the gas station since it resets the trips. I typically get 28-29 mpg filling up every 300 miles. My last tank I was happy to finally get into the 30's. 321 miles/10.5 gal = 30.5 mpg even though my display read 32.0. My commute is fairly short with about 12 miles highway and 6 around town dropping off a kid or 2. My avg speed according to the display is usually 34 mph, the last tank was 42 mph which was helped by doing an 100 mile round trip to the east bay that was all highway and no traffic. I'm sure I resume back to the typical mileage I was getting before. Still better than any of my Subaru's ever got ;-)
 


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Yea I can say I'm please with my mpg,coming from a ms3 it was getting pretty bad before I sold it. Under 20 I think.

-ry
 


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