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Most economical acceleration range

I am designing a GPS based acceleration meter for car. I'm planning to give user some scores based on his various acceleration practices. Not going to the electronics part of GPS, i want to know in ...
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Torque App Mileage reliability?

I am using an OBD-II sensor and the Andriod Torque app to look at my fuel economy and see that it shows a whopping 37 MPG for my Mazda 6, 2005 (2.3 Automatic). This seems fishy as some random googling ...
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What's the catch in Ford Mondeo Econetic driving at 3 liters per 100 kilometers story?

News report (here and here and lots more can be found that two guys drove Ford Mondeo Econetic with 1,6 liters diesel engine and got fuel consumption of about 3 liters per 100 kilometers. That's ...
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Can I install nano fuel economizer for carb type toyota 3A engine?

Can I install nano fuel economizer for carb type toyota 3A engine? Will it help to improve fuel consumption of my car without any issue?
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How to increase fuel economy

What is the normal fuel consumption for carburetor type Toyota 3A engine? My 1986 Toyota Carina AT 150 car gives 11 km/l in city and 14 km/l on highways. How can I increase it more? Please advise.... ...
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Using narrower tyres than were fitted as standard, for reduced rolling resistance = > fuel economy

I have had several cars, which have all been "sporty", fuel economy has never been a requirement. Now it is. So I've bought a little 1.2 petrol which gives me 65mpg on the motorway/highway and 40mpg ...
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Fuel consumption: Coasting vs in gear without thrust [duplicate]

If you're driving downhill would it be more economical to put the car in neutral and coast, or leave the car in gear and let the wheels drive the engine? Please ignore any safety concerns for this ...
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What would cause a 2003 Kia Sedona to have bad fuel economy?

I have 2003 Kia Sedona 2.5 liter AT in good condition. I've replaced some of the old parts with new ones. Both highway and city fuel consumption is bad compared to other cars with same engine ...
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what is the advantage of octane 90 petrol vs octane 95? how it effect to fuel consumtion of a car? [duplicate]

i need to know about advantages of octane 90 petrol VS octane 95 or unleaded. how it effect to fuel consumption of a car?
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Peugeot 206 Fuel Economy Issues

I have a Peugeot 206 type 2(1365cc - 8 valve). It uses 7 liters per 100km in city and 10 liters per 100km in highway! What is the problem?
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Why are American cars less efficient compared to european European/Japan cars [closed]

A normal average European car has a engine with less than a 2.0 liter engine which consumes 1 litre of fuel in 18-22 km. A normal average American car has a engine at least a 2.5 liter engine and ...
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Why do i have to service my gearless Honda Activa every 2 weeks

I currently own a Honda Activa which is of a 2007 make. After three years during a heavy traffic jam the conveyer belt got heated up and burnt due to continuous acceleration and braking. I got it ...