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On my trip to TN and back I got about 30mpg, most of the time being reasonable and driving 65-70mph on a country road. I did overtake about half a dozen cars on a 200-mile drive, so I did redline it many times.

If I just have fun in town - you know redline take-offs and such - then I get about 23-24mpg. All on premium gas of course
 

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its nice...I really cant tell the difference between your sc and an NA...My gears feel like theyre redlining just as fast as yours...But when I look at your speedometer, whooa then I finally realize its much much faster then mine....props on the vid man...you should make some more...
 

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Thats more like the kid dosent know how to watch his gauges while driving, not so much he's not use to an N/A TC.....
 

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Originally posted by fiream@Jan 3 2006, 12:24 AM
Thats more like the kid dosent know how to watch his gauges while driving, not so much he's not use to an N/A TC.....
The "kid" is 35 years old. Been driving stick since he was 15. He's just way too used to the NA tC, and did not expect the shifting timing to be so different.
 

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Feels stock up to about 3500, then "grin". I wish we had a track here within 100 miles from ATL.
 

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Lol, im gona try to get the s.c. around sept. But that seems soo far away ...
I was originally going to get the zpi stage 0 but in the end, between reliablilty and trade in value, i decided to stick with the supercharger. Nice vid.
 

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Dammit...wheres the auto SC!
 

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Originally posted by vtecKiller@Jan 6 2006, 02:05 AM
is that the same freeway as the one u filmed the 130mph one?
looks famaliar
Never filmed 130.
 
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