1,500ish miles. Getting between 14.5-16 MPG. At some point I was driving in Lake Shore Drive traffic(Chicago) got closer to 7 MPG. I don't particularly care about miles per gallon for me its smiles per gallon. It is way too fun to drive and the MPG is the last thing I think about. I haven't driven her in over a month. I may just take her out this Saturday as it should be in the upper 40's and the roads seem to be free of salt.
Mine is my daily driver and I have 8,500 miles on it so far... mostly hwy. It's just under 17 mpg.
After I took it to VIR, it dropped to an average of 9 mpg's...but it's climbing back up. After a long trip to Asheville, it was at 20 mpg average over 6k miles. Granted, I keep it in eco mode for most of my commute as there is too much traffic. Although I drive aggressively and typically hit 100-120 mph on a daily basis....
Ha, no but I thought the mpg reading after running the living crap out of it as entertaining. I’ll check it at BIR and see which is worse next week. Not as entertaining as the $9.99 per gal they were charging at the track for 98 octane! Being a thrifty one, and saving for tires and brakes, I was running to the nearest town after every session.
Find the track, tire width, and tread pattern of your least-favorite HOA member. Get a jig set up to mask off the pavement right in front of their house, then spray a big, healthy burnout patch in black rubber paint leading from their driveway into the street, at about 3am.
For extra fun, sprinkle some leftover black rubber crumbs from a real burnout behind it... Firs thing next morning, when out walking your slug or whatever, take pictures.
Since we’re all hellcat owners and owners of fast cars on this forum we’re also a victim of speeding tickets so my obvious question is what’s a good police radar and or radar jammer and which would be better and is it possible to get it connected to the u connect system ?
Just heads up the insulators are big on the rear springs. I've been doing this same mod on the rear of these cars and the challengers/300s etc for years
Only thing wrap top and bottom rear spring with 5/8 heater hose on first coil. No issues and rides the same and gets rid of rake
Btw to make...
Originally I wanted to bore and stroke my HC motor to get to 426 ci of displacement. But I have reconsidered this and am just thinking about an over bore with the same stroke. My question is how much can we over bore a 2015 HC Challenger?
Opinions / ideas / facts are all welcomed.