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Gilbert H.

Mileage decrease with Synclink Installed on a 32/36

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Got my car back on the road this week after an electrical issue hiatus. Thanks Jim Gerock for your help!

Right before the break I installed the synchronous linkage kit and noticed and enjoy the performance increase, but gas mileage has dropped considerably; from 25 mpg now to around 20 mpg. Anyone else experience a drop this significant? Thinking of going back to the progressive setup if I can't get it dialed in a little better......

TIA

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32/36 = Primary then Secondary opens above 2/3 throttle opening =

good fuel economy

32/36 w/Synclink = BOTH Primary & Secondary open all the time =

poor fuel economy

your choice

POWER needs GAS

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Should've posted the title; Amount of mileage decrease....doh.

I knew there was going to be a drop, just checking to see if 20 mpg is about right.

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Now you see why we all have so many projects goin on our cars, cant afford to keep her in ethyl

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Guest Anonymous

Aside from the drop in mpg....do like the added boost?

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