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View Poll Results: What is your average MPG with your Tundra?
10-11 mpg 134 5.56%
12-13 mpg 548 22.76%
14-15 mpg 934 38.79%
16-17 mpg 536 22.26%
18-19 mpg 128 5.32%
20+ mpg 21 0.87%
I don't care, this thing is a monster!! 89 3.70%
NON stock MPG 18 0.75%
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I've gotten the same thing......and I would not know how to do this and make it private but yeah WTH???
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Yo my man !!!
Awesome pic.
Can't tell from the size of the pic, but Army or Marines ?
I was a Chinook mechanic from 77 -80
Ft Campbell for 2 years... 101st
And the armpit of the world Korea for 1 year.
Army 35K & 35P Avionics CH-47 A,B,SuperC, UH-1H, AH-1 and U8's......1970-1984 + 450th Chm Bn Houston prep for Desert Storm .......

Speaking of armpits I spent 13 months in Yongsan as well.....back in 71-72......
No rush like flying NOE 50' over the water snaking over the rivers of Ft. Benning...and Ft. Stewart......lol.....

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What is your average MPG?

11.6 but I drive aggressively

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I'm getting about 15.8 mpg. 2017 DC 5.7L 4X4
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2017 Crewmax
toytec 2.5" lift with CB shims and add a leaf.
35" toyo M/T's
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started at 13.7 and slowing going down with the new lift. I'm at 12.6 right now
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15.5-2010 EC 4x4 275/70 duratracs, no lift.
I drive fairly conservatively though with a monthly "spirited" drive.

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Stock 2017 Pro CM. I'm getting 16.4mpg driver got my normal daily route. When hitting the mountains on the weekend I get 14.2 ish


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2017 crewmax limited. 12.2 mpg. I drive short trips - less than a few miles.


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Just wanted to contribute my experiment over the past week of owning my tundra. My quest was to increase the mpg avg:

Constants: 2010 DC, 5.7L, 4x2, unloaded, ~10 miles city/32 miles highway 1-way commute, ~80-83F temps, 3/4 tank of gas (87 octane), Cruise set at 62-63mph 98% of the time, needed passing power 2% of the time (never exceeded 75mph), 90% flat, 10% climbs/descents (unsure of grade),all mpg avgs taken in close proximity to work.

"*" Denotes new install

Monday: Stock suspension, Stock exhaust, stock intake, no tonneau cover, 305/50r20 tires 40 psi (~12 inch section width)--17.2 mpg avg

Tuesday: Stock suspension, stock exhaust, stock intake, no tonneau cover, *275/60r20 tires* 40 psi (~10 inch section width)--18.0 mpg avg

Wednesday: Stock suspension, *flowmaster outlaw*, stock intake, no tonneau cover, 275/60r20 tires--19.1

Thursday: Stock suspension, flowmaster outlaw, stock intake, *tonneau cover*, 275/60r20 tires--21.1

Friday: Stock suspension, flowmaster outlaw, *afe intake*, tonneau cover, 275/60r20 tires--22.0

Happy with the results. With a 22.0 hwy avg...I won't feel as hesitant to make the 70 mile round trip commute to work in it.


Looks like all your mods made an improvement. Any particular one stand out? I really want to improve my mpg on my 2017 5.7 4x4.


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13.6 , 20 gallon tank terrible!
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Just wanted to contribute my experiment over the past week of owning my tundra. My quest was to increase the mpg avg:

Constants: 2010 DC, 5.7L, 4x2, unloaded, ~10 miles city/32 miles highway 1-way commute, ~80-83F temps, 3/4 tank of gas (87 octane), Cruise set at 62-63mph 98% of the time, needed passing power 2% of the time (never exceeded 75mph), 90% flat, 10% climbs/descents (unsure of grade),all mpg avgs taken in close proximity to work.

"*" Denotes new install

Monday: Stock suspension, Stock exhaust, stock intake, no tonneau cover, 305/50r20 tires 40 psi (~12 inch section width)--17.2 mpg avg

Tuesday: Stock suspension, stock exhaust, stock intake, no tonneau cover, *275/60r20 tires* 40 psi (~10 inch section width)--18.0 mpg avg

Wednesday: Stock suspension, *flowmaster outlaw*, stock intake, no tonneau cover, 275/60r20 tires--19.1

Thursday: Stock suspension, flowmaster outlaw, stock intake, *tonneau cover*, 275/60r20 tires--21.1

Friday: Stock suspension, flowmaster outlaw, *afe intake*, tonneau cover, 275/60r20 tires--22.0

Happy with the results. With a 22.0 hwy avg...I won't feel as hesitant to make the 70 mile round trip commute to work in it.


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I don't know about this I added AFE, magnaflow I gained 1 mpg at first went to 15.5, now I'm down to 13.6...
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KO2s are worth it imo
Love my KO2s but they certainly didn't help mpg.
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Riddle me this, I just swapped out my K&N drop in with a Napa Gold air filter and I picked up about 3/10 of a MPG. Driving style was the same, same distance traveled. The K&N wasn't all that dirty at all. What gives? I'm now up to 18.43 MPG.
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17' 5.7L CM Limited 4x2 w/ stock tires and no lift.......Exxon 87 octane. Took 410 mile trip yesterday in South Louisiana. Approx 280 miles was 65-75mph and the rest was a little stop and go mixed with 45-65mph on back roads. Locked up 19.6mpg. Used cruise control as much as possible. Had 22.4mpg the day before on a 40mile trip 90% highway keeping it under 65mph the whole way. Not bad....
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