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Old 08-21-2012, 12:44 PM   #1
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2012 GT 6 speed, Ford power pack - I know its **not** as high a HP as other tunes, but I am loving this MPG when I behave!

**yes, highway - 70 MPH - air off

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Re: 2012 GT 6 speed MPG

my 2012 V6 with the AC on at 70-75 will peak out at 29.X but man it goes down quick any other time time for an oil/air filter change, see if that improves it. How long did you drive at 70mph to get that?
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Did a 100 miles to a jobsite, drove around the plant (slow speed), then 150 back up to the office, off the highway a couple blocks, then highway back home - verified off the calculator when re-filled. I think it could probably do 29 if i just hit the highway and drove. I have noted that with the air on expect to lose about 1-1.5 MPG and driving 75 (Kansas turnpike speed limit nowdays) and above will pull it down about the same. Still, for 400 + HP, I am extremly happy with it!
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Tard moment, first post should say "not" as high......duhhh....**fixed my original post error - I know, I know, Ford tuner is minimal at best**
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2012 GT 6 speed, Ford power pack - I know its as high a HP as other tunes, but i am loving this MPG when I behave!

**yes, highway - 70 MPH - air off
What gears you running? 3.31?
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Yep, 3:31, again, not the fastest choice but works good for what I need it for

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**As noted in my clarification I know the Ford tune is minimal, for anyone interested I put the mufflers and air filter in for about a month before the tune, without the tune had back pop and gurgle during decell, after tune no back pop at all and this mileage. Honestly I can feel a "little" seat of the pants (no drag strip in KC anymore ;-( to confirm) With the lack of back pop I am happy with the tune and love the gas mileage, at least until the warranty runs out or I can afford another daily driver

**I put tune on, so technacilly voided warranty, figure since I installed "Ford" everything I might be able to argue since its a Ford tune**
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Wat is back pop? The exhaust..don't wana b an *** hole but u lost me can u elaborate a lil more cuz I was intrested in that same set up
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Open up the intake (filter) and the exhaust (mufflers) and it leans things out a bit much, tune richens things back up, kinda like re-jetting a carb after mods (call it stage one on motorcycles, not sure if same reference on cars)
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2012 GT 6 speed, Ford power pack - I know its **not** as high a HP as other tunes, but I am loving this MPG when I behave!

**yes, highway - 70 MPH - air off
I have 3.73s and hit about the same, at 80-85 it's 26-27!
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Re: 2012 GT 6 speed MPG

With the Bama 89 street tune i averaged 24MPG @ an average of 75-80MPH during my trip out to Cali and back to IL.
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Open up the intake (filter) and the exhaust (mufflers) and it leans things out a bit much, tune richens things back up, kinda like re-jetting a carb after mods (call it stage one on motorcycles, not sure if same reference on cars)
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I have 3.73s and hit about the same, at 80-85 it's 26-27!
Wow, I got 3:73 and happy to see 23 on open highway. No tune.
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Re: 2012 GT 6 speed MPG

So, it's weird then that when people ask "how bad is the fuel economy on that thing" and I tell them that I average about 20MPG ... they usually say "that's not too bad."

In all fairness, it's still not that impressive (IMO). My 100HP Mazda gets about 40MPG and can also go 60MPH in rush hour traffic, which is about the same top speed as my Mustang in the same traffic
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I drove my '10 ( Saleen supercharger with brenspeed stage 3 upgrade) from Cali to Nebraska and back and got the best of 26mpg!!! I was so stoked!!!
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Since you live in Kansas City, you can go to Topeka to Heartland speed way and run the 1/4 mile!! They are having Street and Tune night on Friday night, Aug 31. For $25 you can run as many times that you want to! The gates open at 5:30 and run till 11:00, sometimes till 1:00am
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Re: 2012 GT 6 speed MPG

mid 19's in mixed driving over 3000+ miles. I guess I need hypermile suggestions.
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mid 19's in mixed driving over 3000+ miles. I guess I need hypermile suggestions.
It's all common sense stuff... Don't tailgate, be aware of your surroundings so that you can slow down by coasting instead of braking, don't accelerate quickly. Basically, don't have any fun driving your car. While your at it, just sell it and buy a Prius... not sure why anyone gives a crap what kinda fuel economy their 412+ hp sports car gets.. LOL
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It's all common sense stuff... Don't tailgate, be aware of your surroundings so that you can slow down by coasting instead of braking, don't accelerate quickly. Basically, don't have any fun driving your car. While your at it, just sell it and buy a Prius... not sure why anyone gives a crap what kinda fuel economy their 412+ hp sports car gets.. LOL
Lol well said :-p I always have fun with mine, I probably average about 13-14 mpg's ... my DD takes all the abuse of busy lots and heavy traffic and its an automatic 4 cylinder. No complaints here
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I average 18-20. I have seen lower with spirited driving but I have seen as high as 26-27 on a hour long highway trip.
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It's all common sense stuff... Don't tailgate, be aware of your surroundings so that you can slow down by coasting instead of braking, don't accelerate quickly. Basically, don't have any fun driving your car. While your at it, just sell it and buy a Prius... not sure why anyone gives a crap what kinda fuel economy their 412+ hp sports car gets.. LOL
Because some of us have to drive it to work (78 miles a day).......all I was pointing out was liking the fact we do have the best of both worlds......(no prius driving habits were required by the way)
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Because some of us have to drive it to work (78 miles a day).......all I was pointing out was liking the fact we do have the best of both worlds......(no prius driving habits were required by the way)
Pretty much not an option for this part of the country. When I was growing up, my brothers and I would have a running joke to guess how many mustangs we would push/pull out of a ditch that year.

I would say that around here, it's unsafe to drive a mustang 70% of the time due to rain/snow/cold unless you put crappy all season tires on that severely limit your performance capabilities. It's also impossible to keep a car looking decent for more than a year or two when it's a daily driver. The effects of rain, salt, and road debris are unavoidable if you're putting almost 100 miles on it a day.

Don't get me wrong, I love my mustang, but I just think its a poor choice for a daily driver. Something like an evo, sti, 328i xdrive would be a lot better choice. That's just my opinion though.

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Did I mention door dings, dents, and scratches from hit and runs in parking lots? Happened to every daily driver I've ever had, no matter how far away I park lol.
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I don't really care what I get like most I'm having fun an I know most of the time I'm driving I'm getting maybe 18. With that said I did fill up before I left for the AM show in Media, PA an filled up later that night there. With 226.9 miles traveled and 10.327 gallons in (do the math not the computer in your car) and I got 21.972 mpg. I thought that was pretty good for my supercharged 5.0.
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Pretty much not an option for this part of the country. When I was growing up, my brothers and I would have a running joke to guess how many mustangs we would push/pull out of a ditch that year.

I would say that around here, it's unsafe to drive a mustang 70% of the time due to rain/snow/cold unless you put crappy all season tires on that severely limit your performance capabilities. It's also impossible to keep a car looking decent for more than a year or two when it's a daily driver. The effects of rain, salt, and road debris are unavoidable if you're putting almost 100 miles on it a day.

Don't get me wrong, I love my mustang, but I just think its a poor choice for a daily driver. Something like an evo, sti, 328i xdrive would be a lot better choice. That's just my opinion though.

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Did I mention door dings, dents, and scratches from hit and runs in parking lots? Happened to every daily driver I've ever had, no matter how far away I park lol.
328xi? Evo? STI? ...different worlds man. Mustangs might be on the side of the road but it's the people that don't know how to drive in that with this cars. That and they are also more expensive
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I like the old BMWs and the old evos. Always wanted one. I'd rather have them as a dd than my mustang any day tho. I love my pony too much that's why I feel bad putting miles on it. Thinking about buying dd for winter might consider the old models.
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328xi? Evo? STI? ...different worlds man. Mustangs might be on the side of the road but it's the people that don't know how to drive in that with this cars. That and they are also more expensive
All about the same price. Doesn't matter how good of a driver you are, two feet of snow is a death sentence in a mustang.

And yes, they are completely different worlds of cars, ones that are suitable for a daily driver in places where it rains and snows
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Pretty much not an option for this part of the country. When I was growing up, my brothers and I would have a running joke to guess how many mustangs we would push/pull out of a ditch that year.

I would say that around here, it's unsafe to drive a mustang 70% of the time due to rain/snow/cold unless you put crappy all season tires on that severely limit your performance capabilities. It's also impossible to keep a car looking decent for more than a year or two when it's a daily driver. The effects of rain, salt, and road debris are unavoidable if you're putting almost 100 miles on it a day.

Don't get me wrong, I love my mustang, but I just think its a poor choice for a daily driver. Something like an evo, sti, 328i xdrive would be a lot better choice. That's just my opinion though.

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Did I mention door dings, dents, and scratches from hit and runs in parking lots? Happened to every daily driver I've ever had, no matter how far away I park lol.
Understand, different depending on where we live - my actual order is "good weather" Road King - "rain/ short snow" Mustang - "Nasty Weather" drive wife to work and drive her 4WD F150 or lastly - set up the wifi and work at home - over the years i have had GTO's (old) - Road Runners (old), Trans Am (old), all ran decent but gas mileage was horrible - I just feel its feakin awesome we get good this kind of mileage and still run this good!
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I've been as low as 13mpg sitting in Woodward traffic(burnouts, revving, etc) and as high as 30mpg on the highway 72mph cruise, no AC with my 3.73's. I bought it to drive it, not worry about gas mileage though.
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I'm jealous of you all. I usually average around 17 mpg. I get in the car, telling myself I'll behave, and then suddenly I turn on the ignition, the engine growls to life like a waking giant, and...well...then I remember the REAL reason why I bought my stang

Props to you guys for averaging 20+ mpg, though
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I'm jealous of you all. I usually average around 17 mpg. I get in the car, telling myself I'll behave, and then suddenly I turn on the ignition, the engine growls to life like a waking giant, and...well...then I remember the REAL reason why I bought my stang

Props to you guys for averaging 20+ mpg, though
Lol I ride in traffic back and forth to work when I do get a chance to really drive her 3rd gear passing everybody and I watch my gas wave by to me lol
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It's all common sense stuff... Don't tailgate, be aware of your surroundings so that you can slow down by coasting instead of braking, don't accelerate quickly. Basically, don't have any fun driving your car. While your at it, just sell it and buy a Prius... not sure why anyone gives a crap what kinda fuel economy their 412+ hp sports car gets.. LOL
NOPE!!!! I like having a tame decent mileage daily driver that can terrorize the streets on command and rape 95 percent of what's on the road... Without having to go home and change cars. My step dads 392 chally averages 11 mpg an it's his daily driver lol he spends more on gas than his payments on the damn thing

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Because some of us have to drive it to work (78 miles a day).......all I was pointing out was liking the fact we do have the best of both worlds......(no prius driving habits were required by the way)
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NOPE!!!! I like having a tame decent mileage daily driver that can terrorize the streets on command and rape 95 percent of what's on the road... Without having to go home and change cars. My step dads 392 chally averages 11 mpg an it's his daily driver lol he spends more on gas than his payments on the damn thing

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Exactly
Have u drove that 392 ? How dose it Compare to the 5.0
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Recently picked up a '99 Honda accord with 125k miles. Probably do another 125k with just some oil and 87 octane. That is a daily driver. Why would anyone buy a second fast car (wrx is sub 5 second 0-60, and pricey) when that money could go into mods.

As a side note... Ive only been able to leave the stang home once so far
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Recently picked up a '99 Honda accord with 125k miles. Probably do another 125k with just some oil and 87 octane. That is a daily driver. Why would anyone buy a second fast car (wrx is sub 5 second 0-60, and pricey) when that money could go into mods.

As a side note... Ive only been able to leave the stang home once so far
Lol. Just come to terms with it. You didn't buy a mustang to not drive it or drive it slow. When you really think about it, the mustang gets great gas mileage. 3.7 is over 300 horse and 5.0 over 400 horse and we still get well over 25 mpg on most days and have a great time driving. That's the price you pay to not spend your time in a Honda or a Mazda or some horrible hybrid (yak). Money well spent.....
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Looking back at a reply on the first page: if you say you "averaged 75-80 mph", wouldn't that mean 77.5 mph?
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Lol. Just come to terms with it. You didn't buy a mustang to not drive it or drive it slow. When you really think about it, the mustang gets great gas mileage. 3.7 is over 300 horse and 5.0 over 400 horse and we still get well over 25 mpg on most days and have a great time driving. That's the price you pay to not spend your time in a Honda or a Mazda or some horrible hybrid (yak). Money well spent.....
My mazda is actually a lot more enjoyable to drive in heavy traffic, the clutch on the stang is way too heavy and has way too much travel for stop and go gridlock. It's also a lot more nimble and easy to navigate in tight spots. Maybe that's just me, but I don't have anything to prove during rush hour ... I just want to make it to work lol.
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