Originally Posted by LILBLUE04FX4L2
don't forget about the %7 MPH adjustment for the 33" tires over stock
also has an accompaning increase in distance traveled..... that has to be figured into the MPG calculations
33/31 = 1.064516 is multiplied to each mileage count.
I don't start seeing the MPH difference until I hit over 50; 60 = ~65mph, at least on my speedo
Of course if I wanted to find % increase it would be (new - old) / old. Then * 100
33-31 = 2
2/31 = 0.064516
0.064516 * 100 = 6.4516% difference from 31 to 33.
Which now begs the question...
Would I use this number instead of the 33/31 value to multiply into mileage readout in order to compensate for the tire increase?