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Old 07-07-2013, 02:21 PM   #1
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Can any one tell me what is the gaz consumption for the v6 2010 convertible
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what's your window sticker say?

don't forget to minus those numbers by about 3

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Very Funny

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what's your window sticker say?


The only way you come close to the window sticker MPG is on a flat highway with a nice tail wind going a steady 60 mph.

Normal dtiving around town and goosing it once in a while will still get you a very good 24/26 MPG most of the time on 87 octane gas.

I found out to just enjoy the driving and forgetting about MPG is the best most fun way of owning these wild horses.



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Lets keep in mind that he's inquiring on a 2010 vert. The 4.0 was rated a little bit lower then our 3.7s. He'll see a slight decrease in MPGs compared to the 11+.
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What about a 2013 V6 conv - AFTER a Bama tune in street mode?
Anyone notice a substantial difference?
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I see a small difference running one of my Bama tunes. I noticed that the stock tune does a lot more gas conservation than the Bama tune according to the AFR gauge. So I lose 1 - 2 MPG compared to the stock tune.
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Now that very interesting considering they claim better mileage.
Just to confirm, your conclusion is based on the Street Tune with similar driving? Also if you have automatic, do you find the shifting much better?

I am debating getting the Tune based on transmission improvements especially in passing without going to Sport mode.

Thanks for your feedback!
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Yes, street tune, 93 octane and similar driving (I drive 45 miles one way each day on my commute - total of 90 miles for the day). The shifting is better than the stock tune, and the throttle more responsive.

But better MPG? Never seen it, it always is less than the stock tune. For best MPG the stock tune is the way to go, but it definitely feels sluggish after a tune.
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