well florits got an M6. so i would guess no.rushhour said:Stupid question - but could the loss of milage be related to the torque management systems on the A4 cars?
i cruise at 40mph in 6th gear all the timeCMNTMXR57 said:In order to get the mileage out of these things that they advertise, either you need to cruise along at a constant speed, or drive VERY conservatively. The reason for the great MPG on the M6 is due to it’s super low 6th gear. Problem is, around town, most people won’t see 6th gear often.
I notice on this car in particular, that when I romp on it, MPG goes right in the sh*tter!
This brings up my next question... what good is tuning for "negative LTFTs" with HP Tuner if the car is going to "adapt" itself over time? Does this "adaptation" overwrite the changes I make using the HP Tuner software? If so, then I would need to upload the "performance tune" just before a race. Then I could either upload the "stock tune" or let the car "adapt" itself again.CMNTMXR57 said:...MAF ends would make it temporarily leaner, therefore increasing your MPG’s. Once it adapted, it’d be close to the stock level as it enrichens accordingly...