Wow, you beat the diesels!Fairplay to Bailey, Colorado
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My best "flat" 25 mile fuel economy is just over 60 MPG.
They say you should do an oil change after a manual regen due to it "cooking" the oil, but I never have. I've not had any ill effects as a result.I would anticipate yours getting better with more miles. I lost my eco averages when they did my recall stuff, I was mid 60s for 25 prior to being reset, now it shows 3.2 or something insane, the computer got all confused while doing a manual regen with 3000 rpms sitting in place for I don't even know how long, weird to see a engine run that fast sitting hooked up to a laptop and in park. I don't drive fast on a regular basis, but I am guessing 3000 rpms steady must be 95 mph, guessing it was close to an hour doing that, I stood there for 10 min watching and no tech in sight.. I don't really know how it takes.
I think that's the record for a diesel! (Your other picture that didn't quote, that is - over 90 MPG)OK. You guys made me go out and look. I always have mine set on the 500 mile best trip. Here is my best 25 miles . . and yes, mountains play a huge part in it.
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What are the pros and cons of running such high pressure?View attachment 214914 I have been running the sidewall maximum pressure. I haven't done any driving at lower pressures to check mileage differences.
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