Hi- I hoping to get some advice and direction on my project. I scored a stock 92' notch a few years ago and I decided to build a fun that gets great gas mileage so I took a different direction than most builds. I basically left the engine stock and modified the suspension and drivetrain to be strong and light. This is also my daily driver so I'm keeping it comfortable with stock interior and air conditioning. I'm guessing I'm at around 2800lbs / 220 rwhp and I don't want to sacrifice any hp for efficiency. The car feels really stong now and a lot sturdier and sticky than it did stock. I'm currently getting 20city and 26-28mpg highway. Speedo corrected for gears, 3.73, stock wheel height and stock t5. I drive like I would a normal manual car to get those figures but I try to keep below 4000rpms. I'm not sure what else to do to break 30 mpg. I'm thinking computer, throttle body, MAF, tranny's final gear... Here is what I've done so far... Suspension: UPR tubular k-member w/ A-arms UPR coil overs Steeda aluminum control arms w/reinforced torque boxes Stock rear springs with airbags Engine: SVE aluminum radiator Electric fan BBK aluminum underdrive pulleys Walbro 255-lph pump Aeromotive adjustable fuel regulator Stock TB and MAF with C&L inlet pipe Stock filter housing with k&n drop in filter BBK longtube headers / H-Pipe / flowmaster american thunder Smog delete Advance timing 14* Drivetrain: FRPP aluminum driveshaft Superior 31-spline axles Disc brakes all around Eaton posi FRPP clutch and p.plate 3.73 gears Stock t-5 Body: Fiberglass hood (stock appearing) Fiberglass trunk lid Weld draglite wheels Thanks for any help.