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Old 09-04-2007, 02:05 PM   #21
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but wasn't that with the AC on or the AC off with the windows down? the windows down adds more drag
a/c on with windows up was better than a/c off with windows down. a/c off with windows up would be better yet....

to get the best milage possible you need to totally reduce the electrical consumption as much as possible too by not using your radio or anything electrical in your car that you don't absolutely need to drive.
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Old 09-04-2007, 02:07 PM   #22
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My bike gets about 36 MPH and I think that is pretty bad. I thought that bikes got much better gas mileage than this. I read in magazines that bikes get 45 to 50 MPH.

my bike gets about 186 mph.

MPG i get 49 tucked behind the windscreen, 42 MPG sitting up, and 35 around town with redlights
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Old 09-04-2007, 02:09 PM   #23
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my bike gets about 186 mph.

MPG i get 49 tucked behind the windscreen, 42 MPG sitting up, and 35 around town with redlights

I seem to get around 33-35mpg on my bike.....give or take. I look at it more like this, $20 a week in gas to ride my bike everday to work or $120 a week in gas to drive my truck everyday.
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here's another test...get real drunk and drive. Be sure to record how many miles per gallon you get. The try it again sober...let me know how you come out...
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here's another test...get real drunk and drive. Be sure to record how many miles per gallon you get. The try it again sober...let me know how you come out...
Hmm....doesn't sound like a good recommendation to me.
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