|09-28-2012 08:20 PM|
No, below 1500 rpm the fuel cut would stop happening. I.e. you need to have sufficient vehicle and road speed, although I think it might be active down to 15 mph, i.e. that's the minimum speed when you could be running under the fuel shut off. However I don't know the exact thresholds, but its been discussed a myriad of times.
|09-28-2012 07:06 PM|
my best to date, sorry for the blur,
|09-28-2012 06:31 PM|
So your saying, below 1500 rpm is when the fuel cut occurs?
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|09-28-2012 01:22 PM|
However there are a few conditions that need to be met, such as the initial vehicle speed being sufficient/ load sufficient to support this condition. It appears to work down to 1500 rpm or so afaik.
|09-28-2012 01:15 PM|
|09-26-2012 09:45 AM|
|cobie56||going downhill routinely gives me over 150mpgs on my scan gauge.....ha ha now if it'd only give me half that in normal driving i'd be happy.|
|09-26-2012 09:41 AM|
I had 3 tanks in a row over 43mpg with the average for those 3 tanks and 1350 miles of over 44mpg. Of course, I was in Yellowstone where the max speed limit is 45mph...
|09-26-2012 09:38 AM|
Best so far.
|09-26-2012 09:36 AM|
|indystar||i'm not even making 20 on this latest tank...city driving in china is hell! they cut you up they shift lanes like they are running from cops!|
|09-26-2012 09:04 AM|
|NickCornell||I'm at 20 ALL rush hour city for 2 weeks now. So annoying|
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