im getting 20 and i just changed whole ignition system and fuel filter..what the hell, i guess i need to drive more grandpa-ish
20mpg is actually not bad for this age of engine in these air dragging trucks. 32mpg, I would question the math and method used to calculate. 26mpg is the highest I have ever heard of this engine doing w/ a 5spd, and I still even question that as being valid. I would be estatic to get 22-24mpg.
1987 Ford Ranger Short Bed 5.0L/T-5 Project
1988 Ford Ranger Long Bed Parts Truck
1993 Ford Tempo 2.3L OHV HSC Auto - D/D Stock.
1999 Honda Accord VTEC Auto
2002 Dodge Caravan - 3.3L Auto
i very much doubt you got 30+ mpg especially with a 4x4...
I very much doubt you passed English class.
2001 ford ranger XLT/4.0 sohc./160,000
Mods:Cb/recon third brake light/air silencer mod/new door speakers and h/u / shorty console, 245-75-16 goodyear wrangler duratracs on rock crawler rims. hellas and 03 honeycomb grille.
Originally Posted by surfer03133
ya, it can get tough to get the tool to fit in the slot,
My dad's 88 ext cab 5spd gets about 22 consistently and will get 25 26 on all hwy.
__________________ '94 Single Cab 4cyl 5spd
Still in the parts collecting stage for a 2.3t swap
1999 F150 ext cab 4.6 4x4--Totalled
1995 F250 ext cab long bed 7.3 4x4--Sold
1999 Ranger ext cab 3.0 2wd--Sold