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gsd2000

11,044 posts

66 months

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Saturday 28th April 2012 quote quote all
The Seer said:
Ello?
email him, he might not check it straight away as he spends alot of time abroad

The Seer

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638 posts

94 months

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Saturday 28th April 2012 quote quote all
gsd2000 said:
The Seer said:


Ello?


email him, he might not check it straight away as he spends alot of time abroad


Ok mate, thanks for the info. Will do.

The Seer

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638 posts

94 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
So, some figures from a very recent dual carriage way ride...

All in 6th gear:

32 mpg at 50 mph
30 mpg at 60 mph
24 mpg at 70 mph

Sounds about right...?

The Seer

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638 posts

94 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
Urban average mpg seems to be returning around 14 mpg, and that is strictly town driving and keeping the revs mid range.

stick100

7,017 posts

51 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
The Seer said:
So, some figures from a very recent dual carriage way ride...

All in 6th gear:

32 mpg at 50 mph
30 mpg at 60 mph
24 mpg at 70 mph

Sounds about right...?
looks about right
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The Seer

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638 posts

94 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
stick100 said:
The Seer said:
So, some figures from a very recent dual carriage way ride...

All in 6th gear:

32 mpg at 50 mph
30 mpg at 60 mph
24 mpg at 70 mph

Sounds about right...?




looks about right


Thanks, don't like to think there's something up with the car.

ringram

13,826 posts

131 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
So the summary is drive it like a fiesta with little to no throttle and you will increase mileage smile

stick100

7,017 posts

51 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
ringram said:
So the summary is drive it like a fiesta with little to no throttle and you will increase mileage smile
or do what i do and drive like i stole it and not think about it laugh

The Seer

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638 posts

94 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
ringram said:
So the summary is drive it like a fiesta with little to no throttle and you will increase mileage


The quoted figures look abot right then? Depends what sort of Fiesta it is!

007 VXR

60,062 posts

70 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
The Seer said:
So, some figures from a very recent dual carriage way ride...

All in 6th gear:

32 mpg at 50 mph
30 mpg at 60 mph
24 mpg at 70 mph

Sounds about right...?
mine does about 30+ at 70mph ?
and more at 80mph yes

the_ferret82

25,547 posts

67 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
007 VXR said:
The Seer said:
So, some figures from a very recent dual carriage way ride...

All in 6th gear:

32 mpg at 50 mph
30 mpg at 60 mph
24 mpg at 70 mph

Sounds about right...?
mine does about 30+ at 70mph ?
and more at 80mph yes
would tend to agree you should see 30mpg+ on the instant at 70

The Seer

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638 posts

94 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
007 VXR said:
The Seer said:
So, some figures from a very recent dual carriage way ride...

All in 6th gear:

32 mpg at 50 mph
30 mpg at 60 mph
24 mpg at 70 mph

Sounds about right...?


mine does about 30+ at 70mph ?
and more at 80mph yes


Eh? Your saying the consumption becomes less at 80 mph as opposed to 70? Surely not.

007 VXR

60,062 posts

70 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
The Seer said:
007 VXR said:
The Seer said:
So, some figures from a very recent dual carriage way ride...

All in 6th gear:

32 mpg at 50 mph
30 mpg at 60 mph
24 mpg at 70 mph

Sounds about right...?
mine does about 30+ at 70mph ?
and more at 80mph yes
Eh? Your saying the consumption becomes less at 80 mph as opposed to 70? Surely not.
does on mine yes

Chaz9950

282 posts

27 months

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Sunday 6th May 2012 quote quote all
The Seer said:
Eh? Your saying the consumption becomes less at 80 mph as opposed to 70? Surely not.
Stranger things have happened. Obviously, at speed, the biggest killer for fuel consumption, is the air resistance your car feels.

However, if your engine is more efficient in the rev range for 80mph, then you may well see an increase in fuel efficiency. It can also be that the way the air flows over the shape of your car is less turbulent at 80. Aerodynamics is tricky, and could well be multiple vortexes at 70, that are unable to form at 80+ mph.

Yertis

12,225 posts

149 months

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Monday 7th May 2012 quote quote all
007 VXR said:
does on mine yes
yes

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