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    MPG PID - Any MPG Advanced Improvement Tips?

    I designed a MPG pid from the info on the forums here... Kinda disturbing the MPG info.

    I'm essentially using 8.5 to 33 litres per 100 across the various area's. Middle points being 13.5 commonly or 18ltr per 100 for common high cruise zones or around town stuff. Now I know you can improve MPG via increasing timing etc, lowering idle, limiting torque etc..... anyone got any injector tips or anything else? .....

    Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyCool View Post
    I designed a MPG pid from the info on the forums here... Kinda disturbing the MPG info.

    I'm essentially using 8.5 to 33 litres per 100 across the various area's. Middle points being 13.5 commonly or 18ltr per 100 for common high cruise zones or around town stuff. Now I know you can improve MPG via increasing timing etc, lowering idle, limiting torque etc..... anyone got any injector tips or anything else? .....

    Cheers.
    Is lean cruise still an option on the 2009 Holden? Early 2000s had it and it worked brilliantly.l
    Best regards,
    Bill
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