Youre 2wd...your truck weights a good amount less than a 4wd.oh a mileage war, let me get in on this action...LMM bone stock 2wd 265/75/16.....consistently earns 17-18 around city and 22-23 on long flat hauls at 65mph cc or no cc doesn't matter.
the on-board has hit 25mpg on highway with cruise set on 60 for a 20+ mile duration.
all achieved while driving "normal"
your crazy man! our trucks are right around 7000lbs lol. 11,400lbs hahaha.Your about right with a dually, keep in mind our trucks weight almost 6 tons. 11,400lbs. That's a lot of weight to move. I get around 17-18 highway an 13city with an exhaust an tuner.
Yep you're correct the DIC when compared to my hand is typically .5-1mpg higher but that's all....the ride gets faaaar better mpg than I ever anticipated....AND I've tuned nothing thus far.Youre 2wd...your truck weights a good amount less than a 4wd.
Anddd you should hand calculate, not use the DIC. Youre probably reading slightly high(common)
I run 17-18 city and 23-24 freeway between 60-65mph. But I am tuned, have intake exhaust and downpipe so shes nice and opened up. With a dually id expect to be able to achieve near 20 mpg hwy...when have you last cleaned your MAF sensor? Changed fuel filters?
It might be worth gettiing tuned, intake, an exhaust
You can't really expect to get great fuel economy with a full size truck. Unless your getting less that 10mpg then yes that is something to worry about. I was getting around 15ish if I drove it nice an I just had exhaust lifted 6" on 35s. IMO I'd keep the Dually and add a programmer and exhaust that should help.Here it is, I'm not getting that good mileage. And, I don't really need a dually. Do yall think I should trade for a CC/SB LBZ?