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Civic model year 2000 -2005
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Postby 762ES05 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 7:10 pm

Thank you bro!

FB - Joined!
Appreciate your acceptance!

Will look out for more outing and join u guys soon! :)

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Postby 762ES05 » Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:17 am

hI sEniors!

Id somehow calculated my mileage.
only able to clock 1L/10km;
Half tank only ard 210km!!!

Abv calculation r based on,
Smooth driving w RPM max 3.5...
(No floor)

This is e main reason?
Auto w 17" - Fully stock

P/S: FC don't actually matters much,
Jus wanna noe if u guys r facing e same...

Pardon if is a noob qn, jus wondering.
Thank u very much for ur advice / attention.

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Postby MCDS » Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:30 am

bro, shud post this as a new thread instead of posting here on intro thread...

10km per litre is ok la. but a little higher than norm... which is about 12.

17 inch rims... what tyres you using? if performance tyres will be gripping the road more - fuel consumption will be 'higher'

tyre pressure will also count... keep at 230kPA when cold in the morning. at petrol stations, esp hot day, you can set pump to pump up to 260kPA... and then check pressure in the next morning before you start your car... lower if you have to - to 230... likely you have less than 230 in the mornings...

rims matter - 17 inch taiwan rims is heavy

also your state of tune of engine - spark plugs, engine oil, gear oil, - all of it will contribute to your fuel effieiency.

newbie must come meetup to learn more... :)

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