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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-23-2012, 01:03 PM Thread Starter
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I just found a real nice 98 gt for sale

I was out yeastier day looking for a car to get me around for awhile. It has a 4.6 5 speed. Can any buddy till me what kind MPG these get city & highway ? thanks Richard

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Re: I just found a real nice 98 gt for sale

Not sure how the NPI engines did, but back when my 03 was stock, I was getting ~20 in suburbia and ~27 highway.
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If you go to FuelEconomy.gov, it will list the factory rating and actual averages by owners. Your car and an '88 Civic are compared below. I used the Civic HF, as all the hype these days about 38 or 40 mpg, and you could get over 50 actual highway way back then in a decent little car. My son's '90 Civic (RIP) only got 43 highway, but that's with a turbo and well over 400 hp of good tune when you mashed the pedal...

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Ratings and actuals from FuelEconomy.gov can be compared with up to 4 cars at a time:

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Thanks gents, I thought the mustang would have gotten better gas mileage then that . Time to get that extra cyl head I just got for my Pinto-bean S.W. down for a valve job. src="http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t...yalumpics2.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

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