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Old 11-13-2005, 17:14   #1 (permalink)
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Does anybody know any good products for less fuel consumption for a ba xr6
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Old 11-13-2005, 18:43   #2 (permalink)
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an edit could help
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Old 01-16-2006, 06:55   #3 (permalink)
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Does anybody know any good products for less fuel consumption for a ba xr6
Try www.hiclone.com.au or www.vaporate.com.au
Both save feul Hiclone $160 fitted,Vaporate $450 approx
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Re: BA fuel consumption

You have to be kidding, your complaining about the fuel economy on a XR6.. Mate if your worried about the cost fuel and the economy of your car, then i suggest you sell your XR6 and buy a Toyota Prias...... or a ride a bike

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put an egg under the accelerator
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turn the engine off when going downhill>>>>>>????? lol

but seriously.

extractors and an edit will both help fuel consumption. but both will cost you a pretty penny and take a while to break even. (but the extra power is fun)
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Try www.hiclone.com.au or www.vaporate.com.au
Both save feul Hiclone $160 fitted,Vaporate $450 approx
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Does anybody know any good products for less fuel consumption for a ba xr6
I agree with Jabba I think you might need a push bike...
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Try www.hiclone.com.au or www.vaporate.com.au
Both save feul Hiclone $160 fitted,Vaporate $450 approx
Has Any1 tried the Hilicone or Vaporate on the BA 6cyl? Be intreasted to here from any1 that has done so.
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Has Any1 tried the Hilicone or Vaporate on the BA 6cyl? Be intreasted to here from any1 that has done so.
if you do a seach in the old theads for hiclone you will find some entertaining reading.
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