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  1. TheCollector
    06-06-2011 12:43 PM - permalink
    TheCollector
    yeah it does effect it allot before the switch i was getting 10 mpg now im getting a little over 10.2 or something like that but still shows a little improvement. next fill i will start posting mpg
  2. Jmfalcon1
    06-06-2011 01:10 AM - permalink
    Jmfalcon1
    I don't know enough about it. Do you think this will affect the octane test? If not, go for it. I'm mostly thinking things like heavy carbon deposits, existing pings/knocks in pre-modern engines, etc.
  3. TheCollector
    06-05-2011 10:30 PM - permalink
    TheCollector
    well mines not running at full capacity i still need a ecu thats not if fail safe mode LOL but i guess i can start once i get that fixed
  4. Jmfalcon1
    06-05-2011 03:33 PM - permalink
    Jmfalcon1
    I want anyone and everyone who's F150 in well maintained. Please join!
  5. TheCollector
    06-05-2011 02:29 PM - permalink
    TheCollector
    Nice thread idea do you mind if i post my findings on that thread too? or is it just for your gen of truck?
  6. Jmfalcon1
    06-05-2011 11:08 AM - permalink
    Jmfalcon1
    I've started a new thread for the Octane test. No arguing allowed on this one (I'm crossing my fingers that people will behave).
    http://www.f150forum.com/f2/f150-octane-mpg-test-no-bickering-97665/
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