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latly i have noticed a drop in millage. i have been only getting 300 milles a tank. i usally put in 24 gallons. now i do have bigger tires and thats why the millage is low but i used to get close to 400 milles a tank. i can't belive the tires screwed up my milage that bad. the truck runs great. i am just hoping it is not a injector problem.





Do you all have any info that might help?
 

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Have you been compensating for the larger tires and doing your MPG math, etc. using the error factor? I run 315 70R17's so my error factor compared to stock is 11.33% (slow) which means my speedo and odometer are all off this amount and I must take this into account when figuring mileage, etc.
 

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yes i am figuring the tire size change. i am 8% with mine so really i am getting 324 miles which is still crap.
 

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i am getting 12-14MPG with a light foot. witrh the juice 4 in straight pipe and air filter and my millage isn't good at all.
 

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yes i do run the juice on level 4.





but it will be hard to go with out the power. lol
 

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Drugs and Juice are additive.......level 4 daily driver.....whew!


Had to edit this, can you say "light pedal", "Juice level 4" and "I can't do without the power" along with "poor mileage" all in the same post????? LOL More Power to Ya!
Edited by: Chevysrus
 
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