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The best way to pick up a few miles per gallon is to use a K&N air filter. For a cost of about $40 it is a bargin since it lasts forever. Unlike paper filters which restrict the airflow, the K&N uses a mesh and oil to trap dirt. With a gain in power and gas milage what is to lose? VBD
There are some practical ways to increase the gas mileage but you can use also Fuel Infusion what is a powerful fuel catalyst. Fuel Catalyst realy helps to increase to boost your engine power and your gas mileage.
Not unless the engine using it was specifically designed for it. Gas mileage takes many things into consideration, and if a car is designed to use standard octane gas, the use of high octane gas will not increase the car's mileage - it is just a way of figuratively blowing dollar bills out of the tailpipe.
Yes, higher octane gas does give higher gas mileage for your car. However, the increase in gas mileage may not as great as the increase in the price of the higher octane gas.
There are a few ways to increase gas mileage but the most effective is the use of fuel infusion. Fuel Infusion is a powerful fuel catalyst that improves the efficiency of the combustion process in your car's engine.
No, it will decrease gas mileage.
Spoilers decrease gas mileage. Spoilers are designed to create down force, which creates drag. The drag will increase gas usage.
check engine light on,getting poor gas mileage on 1996 Plymouth neon
Yes, they make performance chips for a F150. They will add performance and increase you gas mileage to get the most out of your engine.
In theory, removing the exhaust pipes or cutting holes in them could increase the gas mileage. However, in most states it is illegal and could cause damage to the valves inside the engine.
Yes because it allows the engine to expelled exhaust gases with less restriction. If you keep your foot out of it you should notice 2-3 mpg increase.
Yes. Your engine will get the best mileage at full operating temperature. If the thermostat is removed or not working properly causing the engine to become too hot or not hot enough it will affect the operating efficiency or your engine which will decrease your gas mileage.
No it will not give you better performance or increase gas mileage. Gas mileage and performance will decrease only if you use it. leaving it off is like not having it at all.
Depends on what engine it has...
The gas mileage of a 1964 bug depends on if you have had a new engine put into it, on average a 1964 bug has a 1450cc-1500cc engine in it. Meaning it will have around 50-56 hp. The lower the horse power, the smaller the engine. If you have a 10% smaller engine you get about 6% higher gas mileage. If your slug bug has an ac kit it lowers gas mileage by 3. On average a 1964 bug will have 28-36 mph
Although there are some variables in determining gas mileage such as type of engine, cylinders, and size of engine, there is an average gas mileage for the 2006 Ford Explorer. The gas mileage for the 2006 Ford Explorer is 13 MPG for city driving, and 19 MPG for highway driving with a combined total of 15 MPG.
A turbo will increase your gas mileage, yes. It does not run off power from the engine, it runs off the exhaust system to boost engine power. Your engine has to work less for the same power.
depending on your driving, it could increase up to 4 or 5 mpg. But gas mileage will be determined by driving style.
No, friction decreases gas mileage. If you are talking about Friction motor treatment then it is just another in a long line of products claiming to increase mileage. None of them work, period.
Depends on the fuel system. On non-injected models, installing smaller jets and more restrictive exhaust and breather system will increase mileage. On injected models the computer has to re-mapped. It greatly depends on what, if any, modifications are installed on the engine.
No. To turn the water into gas you'd need electricity, which you'd get from the alternator- which'd increase the load on the engine-which'd increase the fuel consumption. On top of that the sheer volume of gas that an engine would require is more than what can reasonably be produced by a car-mounted accessory.
You'll want to look for a performance air filter. Basically these increase gas mileage by increasing air supply. The more air which is available and circulating, the better the overall gas mileage.