How's your SR20DET's fuel consumption?

mokomoko

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mokomoko

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many factor of the FC lo
Rim and Tyre Size
Exhaust Size
Tuning
your route destination geograpical

imagine you have to pass many bump to go out
or you have to climb up hill or down hill before you can exit your housing area
True, but there will always be an average.
Now im testing with stock ecu, seeing what im getting. Im trying to stay out of jams also so i can get a better reading
 

mokomoko

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I just finished my tests on car, without engine management and with; and a walbro fuel pump
Without EM = 6-7km/litre
With EM = 9km/litre

i guess it should be fine this way, don't think can get it any higher than that already for my car.
 

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hmm.. as for the petrol price at RM2.05 per litre, my sr20det fc gets around RM50=200km

normal daily drive..
 

mokomoko

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hmm.. as for the petrol price at RM2.05 per litre, my sr20det fc gets around RM50=200km

normal daily drive..
Thats about the same as mine too.
Well....at least it doesn't drink as much as a 13B. :proud:
 

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an interesting point to note though:

after using a poorly/incorrectly routed bleed valve for boost control, i've routed the original tubing to their respective vacuum points and am currently using the original boost control solenoid. the result, 10-11km/L and the results are VERY repetitive. :)

so, ditch your bleed valve and plumb your vacuum connections properly...not only do you get better mileage but in some forums, apparently the factory boost control solenoid allows boost at 0.75bar. i personally have not verified this yet but did better response from the engine, overall.
 

mokomoko

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an interesting point to note though:

after using a poorly/incorrectly routed bleed valve for boost control, i've routed the original tubing to their respective vacuum points and am currently using the original boost control solenoid. the result, 10-11km/L and the results are VERY repetitive. :)

so, ditch your bleed valve and plumb your vacuum connections properly...not only do you get better mileage but in some forums, apparently the factory boost control solenoid allows boost at 0.75bar. i personally have not verified this yet but did better response from the engine, overall.
You have to teach me how to do that. or could you snap a pic of you engine to see where you connected the lines?
 

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my s15

8km/L

how i calculate

pump full tank of vpower in kl,then drive back to ipoh.kl-ipoh average 150kmh.then up cameron,then down to ipoh from cameron,some town driving.fuel warning light up when mileage clock 400km since full tank in kl

car spec
boost 0.8 - 1bar
engine stock
aftermarket front mount intercooler
aftermarket intake filter
aftermarket fuel regulator
aftermarket fuel pump
3inch exhaust piping+aftermarket muffler
apexi power fc
wheel size
225/45/17 front
255/40/17 rear