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Old 13 Nov 2013, 02:27 am
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HELP

I am new member here at forum. I am from Europe and need help. I have PT 2001 2.0L GASOLINE, and my car have consumption 12-15l/100km.These is too much for my opinion.

Would you be so kind and tell me what must i do to get some power, to get some monster on these engine.

Thank you

see you soon
KULI
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Old 13 Nov 2013, 06:42 am
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I've already answered you in a Private Message since you asked the same question. Be happy with what you have. Keep it tuned up, proper inflation of the times and drive conservatively. That will be best for your mileage. POWER costs money (Euro's), how fast do you want to go. More Euro's = more speed, and it' ain't cheap. Should have picked up the Diesel Turbo instead of the N/A cruiser.
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Old 13 Nov 2013, 07:20 am
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That figures out to be only about 17-18 mpg or so...keeping the tires properly inflated, the brakes properly adjusted, a clean air filter, and fresh plugs will all help but most of all, your driving style will have the biggest impact on your mileage. Since you are looking for power, my guess is that you drive in a manner that lowers fuel economy. If you want power from the 2.0, check out the various Neon websites.
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Old 13 Nov 2013, 06:39 pm
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I've already answered you in a Private Message since you asked the same question.
he PM'd me this too, and i was contemplating what to write. i mean, what can you really say? then i saw it posted here, and your response on here, and it was like a sigh of relief.

it's a "cruiser". it will never be the fastest, or most economical car on the street.
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Old 13 Nov 2013, 09:31 pm
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I told him to buy a Prius
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Old 14 Nov 2013, 02:04 am
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Default Re: HELP IN POWER

pt fans

thank you for your answers. I just ask becouse i hope that i can to do some work on my engine.

thats all I love my PT and i wanna do the best.

THANK YOU AGAIN

KULI
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