Mpg average on an AGG 2.0

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Mpg average on an AGG 2.0

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As said what are people seeing who have put one in? At different speeds to? Thanks


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Bump
I too would like to know some ballpark figures
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Well I can tell you now!!!

300 to the tank around town and not going as light footed as I was with the dg!!!!! Burning up the transits. On a trot about 350. Only ever did see 200-250/tank with the dg. Much better ride


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About 26mpg in a fully laden camper @ Ca. 115 kmh.
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Awesome.
I'm putting an AGG in mine very soon
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I havent thought about it until I noticed this thread,
so its probably pretty good, not scary anyway.
Will try to get an overall figure in a while.
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It’s cost is not that bad but performance is perfect. It’s the engine it should have had from the factory. I do miss that noise of the old engine which is one of the reasons I bought the van but moving forward it’s a perfect set up, still Vw and better on mpg for a brick and I used my old gsxr exhaust too.


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Titus A Duxass wrote:About 26mpg in a fully laden camper @ Ca. 115 kmh.
That's 70 in C of E? Impressive.
Probably does 30mpg+ if you knock it back to 100km/h

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silverbullet wrote:
Titus A Duxass wrote:About 26mpg in a fully laden camper @ Ca. 115 kmh.
That's 70 in C of E? Impressive.
Probably does 30mpg+ if you knock it back to 100km/h

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Not a good place to be

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