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Old 08-12-2005, 03:42 PM   #41
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Gas goes up, then we all adapt to it. It'* happened in the past, and it will keep happening.
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Gas goes up, then we all adapt to it. It'* happened in the past, and it will keep happening.
Very True...

I think Southern West Virginia and Gerogia had the cheapest gas on the way up and back... I had to make the trip, so I had to pay... Credit card was a little melted but I had go up north and it was a good trip... So it was still worth it...

I may have to drive the 92 Mitsu to work tho... I got 27 mpg in the Galant with stop and go and the AC On... lol...

Best the Bonnie did this time was 30mpg, loaded down with the AC on...

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i already have my 92 corolla so im about to get 45 miles per gal some how
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with gas going up the way it has been ,maybe it'* to rethink the pulley swap :(
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When I first bought my 95, Gas was 1.09 a gallon... I did a lot of ripping and running then... I don't go really far these days...

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with gas going up the way it has been ,maybe it'* to rethink the pulley swap :(
I wouldn't worry. Most bolt ons actually increase efficiency.
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Its simple supply and demand... Oh and the Chinese people keep getting more so supply goes down and demand goes up and guess what prices sky rocket! I'd love paying a 1.50 per gallon agian but it ain't happening! In Europe its like 5 bucks a gallon! Could be worse! (Could be better!)
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