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    Isn't there a Economy Map to better your MPG with the cobb ap? Just curious if anyone has tried this, or is it even true?

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    Yeah, they have an economy map but it HIGHLY recommends you don't go over 4k or 5k rpms. I've never tried it though. Getting 24-25-ish highway on stage 2 is freaking stellar IMO.
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    Getting 21-22 through my break-in period. It's fun to see the indicator drop half an MPG when I do a couple decent pulls.

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    Here are my last 2 receipts after full fill-ups:

    60% hwy 40% city = 311 miles / 13.443 gallons = 23.14 mpg
    20% hwy 80% city = 286 miles / 13.348 gallons = 21.44 mpg

    Those two numbers being so close is pretty freaking amazing, especially how I drive the car.
    Steve // 2010 Cadillac CTS-V // 2011 WRX hatchback (SOLD)

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    same as MrDavros ... 21-22 mpg mixed ... 24-26 mpg highway ... and about 17-18 in stricty city

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    My 2009 hatchback wrx gets about 24-26 and I drive through mostly city. I try not to get my car over 3000rpm every day though but sometimes those lights just makes people next to you wanna floor it and I wasn't about to get left behind. Never got passed 6000rpm tho, my car is sorta getting pampered compared to you guys haha.

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    all city and i get 16-17 mpg!! so unfair!! live in cali, has to be a cali thing, our gas sucks!
    i get about 24 mpg on hwy

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    yea when I look up my integra a post to 21city 26hwy when you look it up and the WRX says 19 and 25 so I was thinking it would about the same..

    I was wrong I can get up to 35 hwy in my integra about 28 in the city when I easy with the gas.

    The Wrx I can get about 25 city if I take it slow and dont let the turbo kick in and about 30 hwy.
    if i punch it on the why I get 20 on the hwy and If I punch on the streets about 15
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    I've noticed I get 2 mpg less when I put my car on S# instead of just S. Like I give a crap.....
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    2011 200 miles

    I just got 23.4 on my way home from the dealership (new), sure it will probably go up by a few MPG, gotta hope for a little at least. Debating doing the cobbAP, when I chipped my 2005 A4 1.8T, i ended up getting 1-2 mpg better even with the slightly more spirited driving.

    I'll be moving to Sacramento for the summer, what should I expect for gas quality, and what is the price of the premium out there?

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    ^crap just like the rest of the gas in CA. Gas prices in Sac for 91 are hovering around 4.00 bucks right now. Come summer, who knows could be 5-6 but if I could predict that, I would be rich!

    My mileage has gone up from 18.6 to around 21. I committed to lowering my speed on the hwy to 70 and that helps.

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    Fuel is 6 gbp a gallon in England

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    with carful driving 30 mpg for me but in the real world every day its like 24-26
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    Quote Originally Posted by anxiouz View Post
    Here are my last 2 receipts after full fill-ups:

    60% hwy 40% city = 311 miles / 13.443 gallons = 23.14 mpg
    20% hwy 80% city = 286 miles / 13.348 gallons = 21.44 mpg

    Those two numbers being so close is pretty freaking amazing, especially how I drive the car.
    This is closer to what I've been getting. Even on the highway, I can't seem to get 25 unless I'm going 60mph.

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    I get about 23 mpg regardless of where I drive, which I think is acceptable for the pace just wish the juice was cheaper

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