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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 11:50 AM
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Am I the only one who finds it hilarious/ironic/disturbing(!) that a thread that began as an inquiry on how to make more power for our cars has turned into a challenge to get the best gas mileage????

Back on track: I've been following this thread on the Gulia QV forum with interest since its likely the guys at Burger will port this over to the Stelvio QV at some point: https://www.giuliaforums.com/threads...testing.45580/

I don't have any experience with JB4 but my brother swears by it on his BMW and I like that there's no piggyback installation to worry about. Would be interested in some feedback from those who've leveraged JB4 in the past on other cars. Seems like a viable solution for us....eventually.
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disturbing, haha

no reason a gq tune can't go on a sq.
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Well, I got 38.4 mpg while driving in the highway!!!

(in A mode)....and it is a Quadrifoglio.

Also...... the speed limit was 45 mph.....
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Well, I got 38.4 mpg while driving in the highway!!!

(in A mode)....and it is a Quadrifoglio.

Also...... the speed limit was 45 mph.....
Was this an 18.3 mile long hill?

Even if it was that is awesome. I just got back from a few hundred miles going 75mph in A mode for large stints and seem to be at the 24mpg level. I did notice a large amount of variance if you slow down to 55mph, but 55mph just makes me sad.
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I was driving in the Everglades in the National park.....I guess I was following the speed limit in the way in and checking how many mpg I could get....this was using cruise control.....and no traffic at all.

and about the tunes/performance post.....thats true, the economy/mpg thing is out of topic here!!!!.....

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Was this an 18.3 mile long hill?

Even if it was that is awesome. I just got back from a few hundred miles going 75mph in A mode for large stints and seem to be at the 24mpg level. I did notice a large amount of variance if you slow down to 55mph, but 55mph just makes me sad.
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Ok, I can agree on that, but how did they calculate it? Even me, after getting degree in Algebra field of study, prefer to use one of the greatest engineer calculators (one of these: https://bestcalculators.net/best-eng...lator-reviews/) to determine the problem and the way how I should do the next steps. What exact computings did they do?
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Well, I got 38.4 mpg while driving in the highway!!!

(in A mode)....and it is a Quadrifoglio.

Also...... the speed limit was 45 mph.....
And how often do you face this problem?
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In certain contexts such as higher education, scientific calculators have been superseded by graphing calculators, which offer a superset of scientific calculator functionality along with https://bestscientificcalculator.com/ the ability to graph input data and write and store programs for the device. There is also some overlap with the financial calculator market.
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