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Originally Posted by threeinchcutters
wow yea well hearing that is kinda hard to stomach hah! no i dont drive like a madman either. if it was a scale from teenager to oldman id honestly be more towards the oldman i know that cause my wife makes fun of me for it hah. im always getting onto her for how she drives it! im kinda getting off topic for why i started this thread maybe i need to start researching fuel mileage because it seems like im gettin ripped off on my MPG
was that with the wifey driving or the fu&k my life ( maybe same thing depending on perspective lol)
Originally Posted by Lizard King
Wow those are some difficult numbers to stomach. I get low 20's on the highway at 70+ MPH with summer blend fuel and around 16 MPG in town. Winter mileage is much lower with winter blend fuel , colder temperatures, defrosters etc. . . Tank averages are around 15 MPG right now but the truck sees a lot of in town with several cold start-ups and with the FML driving. She has a hard time keeping her foot out of it and little patience for idiot drivers. All this with a 2004 DC with the worst power to weight ratio of any Tundra produced. I do not drive like a teenager but do not drive like a grandpa either. I expect to push into the mid 20's this summer with electric fans and headers.
my worst was 11.5ish i think, if i member right... was first tank eva, best was about 18...
with my quad in the back, loaded with shit too... crewmax 4x4... 5.7... heavy polish right feetz bb... lol
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