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Originally Posted by x7sage7x View Post
6 coils on one coilpack.....

The guy stated he wants to increase hp, performance, and MPG.

Refrashing the ignition system is the best you can do to increase mpg besides a CAI.

Porting and polishing a tb takes no time at all at home with a damn dremel. You sharpen the tb blade that faces incoming air, and port/polish the int. walls to increase mm and a mirror finish.

Seriously, its better than nothing..... and its free.....

Gears to increase performance....yes, but to also contribute to mpg its the worst thing you can do.
My apologies -- I shouldn't have "attacked" you. I just saw that you have a GT in your sig (we have some disruptive V8 owners that like to invade) and the "duh" comment kinda set me off. :p

But you are right: tune-up and the CAI are best for MPG.

...however, once I put on my CAI and heard the sound at WOT, I have a hard time keeping my foot off the gas -- hence, my mpg has gone down!

FLASH = 98 V6, chrome yellow, black & blue accents, 146k daily driver
POWER: divorced exhaust with glasspacks; BBK CAI, TB, UDPs; (shift kit in the garage)
STYLE: black headlights, black taillights, black grille, black hood pins, black window tint, blue hood & side scoops, blue billet fuel door, interior billet, 12000k HIDs
RIMS: XXR 006 black spoke with blue lip; 18x8.5 front, 18x9.5 rear
TIRES: BFG KDW/2 245/40R18 front, 275/35R18 rear
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