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GT4RC 09-06-2009 04:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Corey Darling (Post 6580044)
:D

but seriously lol that sucks

Helps if i don't drive it like an idiot. which is never.

pintoBC_3sgte 09-06-2009 08:46 PM

haha must be in constnt boost :p and i thought mine was bad

89178 10-13-2009 11:16 PM

1997 Lexus ES300

7.6 - 8 km / L mix city and highway

or

around 13L / 100 km...

Rdk1 10-15-2009 01:31 AM

2007 Camry XLE (i know it's a daddy's car, i didn't really have a choice when i got it)
87 Octane i average about 11.2L/100km
92 Octane i average about 12.5L/100km

both mixed HW/City driving.
a couple of times i got like 16km/L on 92 Octane

usually fill up around 60L so about a 70L tank?

shenmecar 10-15-2009 09:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rdk1 (Post 6636041)
2007 Camry XLE (i know it's a daddy's car, i didn't really have a choice when i got it)
87 Octane i average about 11.2L/100km
92 Octane i average about 12.5L/100km

both mixed HW/City driving.
a couple of times i got like 16km/L on 92 Octane

usually fill up around 60L so about a 70L tank?

If you put higher octane in, it runs out faster??

I thought it was the other way around.

Rdk1 10-15-2009 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shenmecar (Post 6636285)
If you put higher octane in, it runs out faster??

I thought it was the other way around.

Yeah, I was a little surprised as well.
but i'm giving the stats as shown on my display in the car.

ncrx 10-15-2009 05:26 PM

you'd need to take the average over a lot of tanks to be actually accurate. also u positive ur driving style didn't change. also if that fuel u put in that has higher ethanol content ur mileage will suffer a little bit.

CorneringArtist 10-15-2009 09:29 PM

I drive a 1987 Toyota Cressida, and I get around 400km to a 70L tank, but I haven't tried to run ECT yet (and don't plan on it). Basically all city driving, haven't gotten out to the highway with it yet.

CORDV6 01-04-2010 12:36 AM

1988 Corolla GTS Coupe.
Filled right to the gas cap full to bone dry empty 500kms
Mix of City and Highway.

c32 01-31-2010 04:50 PM

01 is300 2jz-ge.. always around 400 kms a full tank.. city and highway.. is that about right?

CP.AR 01-31-2010 08:02 PM

'04 TL 5AT
65L tank gets me ~450km

Back on the "Toyota/Lexus"

My old '93 corolla managed 400km on a 40L tank

Rebbie 01-31-2010 09:58 PM

ford explorer xlt 4.0 L V 6 360 km full to empty. not bad for an suv

c32 02-04-2010 08:09 PM

^ awesome lexus/toyota man

Old_Geezer2 02-18-2010 08:20 PM

1991 Soarer V8, bone stock with BFI and ECT on. Stop at 500 KM's and put in 60 litres each time. Works out to 23 MPG, 75% highway driving. Pleased.....

saiko 03-30-2010 05:44 PM

1988 Corolla Sedan - carburetor - 5spd manual, light foot commutes.
$40-44, full to empty (light on) 466kms is my best so far. Bby->Surrey tri weekly.

J____ 06-22-2010 11:34 PM

2004 lexus rx330 70L tank. aprox 14L/100km according to comp city driving. i havent calculated by after a fillup yet, will post when i fill up again.

JordanLee 06-23-2010 01:21 AM

Crap. Wrong manufacture fail.

!SG 06-23-2010 02:02 AM

01 lexus gs430

donno, but damn better than my 99 gs300 i know that much! im probably getting a day or 2 more out of use than before! :D

me love the torque =P

busdriverman 06-23-2010 02:15 AM

i dont drive a lexus/toyota but here is my info

2006 civic si
around 400km per 50L 92 octane

i have a cat-back exhaust as well as cobb tune. those will affect my numbers

shenmecar 07-09-2010 09:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by !SG (Post 7002267)
01 lexus gs430

donno, but damn better than my 99 gs300 i know that much! im probably getting a day or 2 more out of use than before! :D

me love the torque =P

Really! V8 compared to I6! Then again, according to this video, the 3UZ-FE is only heavier than the 2JZ-GE by 2 lbs. With more powaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!


2:00 mark.

agm 08-30-2010 07:39 PM

93 supra big single turbo

get about 350-400km per 60L tank on highway
get about 200 km per tank driving in city :)

im also spraying in boatloads of meth and probably go through around 5 litres of that per 60 litres of gas.

i also use husky 94 octane though and it gets worse fuel economy than chevron 94.

2jz's are fairly decent on gas if you stay low rpm and out of boost. but let me tell you, boosting with 950cc injectors at high rpm will blow your sack off everytime you look at the fuel gauge.

i fill up 2-3 times a week when i daily drive it.

baggdis300 09-21-2010 10:17 AM

i get around 450km per 14 imperial gallons(i fill up in usa..)

05' is300 w/ SRT intake + r-ecu

EternaLegacy 01-07-2011 01:04 PM

within the last month, on average i've got:
444.5km traveled
on a approx 45L tank
using regular gas

this is using the stock MT 89' Celica gts

Backy_Boy 02-01-2011 01:55 AM

05 rx330

400km per 75L tank on 91. Octane.

18.75L per 100kms?! Smells like bs plz pm me other trex owners out there ur mileage

Jayhall 02-01-2011 07:50 AM

89 supra, 1JZ single turbo.

All highway I can just crack 500km, and thats with some boosting in 40 degree climate. I was actually dumping ice between the intercooler and the rad to try and keep the car cool.

City driving, and lets face it theres no such thing as not boosting much, I'm lucky to get 250km to a tank. 765cc injectors dont help with fuel mileage, but...

My pick up (98 tacoma 3.4 5 speed) will consistantly get 450 kms to a 65 litre tank of fuel no matter highway or city it always the same


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