Progress Thread Recommended Fuel Economy Gauge?

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  1. enyawix

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    I am looking for was to save fuel, and track if my efforts are working. Driving at constant speed, also looking at removing factory wing and filling the side scoops to reduce drag.
     
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  2. Kilgore Trout

    Kilgore Trout Fried or Broiled ?

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    Best way to save fuel is to make sure the engine and drive train is in top running condition and drive conservatively.
     
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  3. Nightfire

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    Ummm yeah.....those aren't going to make a bit of difference

    You overly obsessed with fuel economy. In that case, you don't want a mustang. Get a light-weight 4-cyl car
     
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  4. madspeed

    madspeed Colonel Mustard
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    Wrong forum, sell the mustang and buy a prius
     
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    You've just been Trolled? Make sure to always tailgate Big Rigs on the highway to conserve fuel. Nascar slipstream stylez!
     
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