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Old 02-18-2013, 09:36 PM   #141
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I have heard people say this, but I have not read it from a reliable source (Ford, a manual, something like that). If you say this because of my comment, I have tracked every mile I have paid for on the car...which is linked in my signature. I didn't include the tanks that the dealer gave me, because I don't know HOW they filled the tank, to what level, so on- i have a specific method I use each time to keep the results as stable and accurate as possible w/o being crazy about it.. But for all but 3-800 miles, that is my running total. High of 36, lowest was 28 (I believe).
Oh I didn't mean it in a bad way. I just meant that for the in car calculator. If your doing it by" hand" then I agree your highly accurate for the whole time.
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Oh I didn't mean it in a bad way. I just meant that for the in car calculator. If your doing it by" hand" then I agree your highly accurate for the whole time.
No offense taken, I mean it just to clarify. I actually take a photo of my mileage, my fuel used, and put it all in. And I use two gauges to track everything else, and see my exact difference from factory. Right now one axle turn goes 2.9% further than the computer calculation, so that is incorporated. I also do my math to the thousandths point lol.

I am now tracking time in car, too, to see average speed lol.
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Old 02-19-2013, 01:48 AM   #143
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No offense taken, I mean it just to clarify. I actually take a photo of my mileage, my fuel used, and put it all in. And I use two gauges to track everything else, and see my exact difference from factory. Right now one axle turn goes 2.9% further than the computer calculation, so that is incorporated. I also do my math to the thousandths point lol.

I am now tracking time in car, too, to see average speed lol.
You really like to know your statistics lol that's pretty cool man.
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It says last 30 minutes, take a photo next week w/o resetting :-p
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Sure, that's the viewable time frame. You can set 5/10/30 minutes for the graphs, ill use trip for the whole tank. See you next week. I'll be down to 25/26 after the weekend though
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You really like to know your statistics lol that's pretty cool man.
Yepp lol. Hp and torque and times are cool when I have a drag or track at my disposal. If I only have city streets, I need something I can legally obsess over with my Stang
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