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I have a 1991 Nissan 300zx 2+2 N/A automatic. I am getting 31 MPG on highways! I can't believe it. I tested out a total of 4 times. My gas tank was full with gasoline and with a lot of junk in the back hatch. I don't if the 36 degrees weather does the trick of yield good gas mileage. Here are the things I done to my Nissan 300zx. Rebuilt transmission. New fuel injectors. New Fuel filter. New Radial tires. New Spark Plugs. Re-gasket all the engine compartment such as exhaust value covers, intake valve covers, oil pan, plenum manifold, clean exhaust breather pipes, balance tubes, and did a radiator flush. My auxiliary keeps on turning on so I took out the fuse. Beside my a/c compressor does not work. The way I drive to get this MPG was, on acceleration, I try not to pass 2200 rpm. On highways, I cruise at 60-65 mph and avoid break as much as possible. Using hills to may advantage. I roll to stop at the stop light. I do turn off my engine at the stop light when I know my car going to idle for a while.
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