PULP

Submitted: Saturday, Apr 16, 2005 at 17:53
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I'm sold, initial tests on Run to Melbourne with Van show significant improvement.

More later.

Regards to all not on holidays.

Russell
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Reply By: Member - Davoe (WA) - Saturday, Apr 16, 2005 at 18:34

Saturday, Apr 16, 2005 at 18:34
no great science to it, higher octane allows the knock sensors in your vehicle to run the timing at more advanced settings without pinging which delivers more power and economy
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Reply By: old-plodder - Sunday, Apr 17, 2005 at 18:15

Sunday, Apr 17, 2005 at 18:15
After reading a few posts about better fuel consumption, a friend tried it on his 1999 3.5l manual pajro. Found no difference in fuel consumption over 4 tanks.
All we can put it own too is that he only uses low revs - 800 to 2000 so never really drives in the power band.
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Follow Up By: MrBitchi - Monday, Apr 18, 2005 at 12:58

Monday, Apr 18, 2005 at 12:58
In a 3.5Lt Pajero that's REALLY outside the power band. They don't do squat till you get over 3,000rpm :--P
For what it's worth, I'm running pulp in the NM at the moment, good results so far, more power, more responsive, better economy (about 1.5lt/100K better bur still testing)

Cheers, John.
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Follow Up By: old-plodder - Thursday, Apr 21, 2005 at 19:27

Thursday, Apr 21, 2005 at 19:27
Been a bit busy, so a late reply :-)
Yes, way out of the power band, and it takes alot of concentration with the light throttle settings.
BUT, he foes get 12.5l/100k around town and 11.5l/100k (sometimes a bit less) on the highway, and on ULP!
Find it interesting.
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