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    Default Hypermiling (Getting unbelievable mileage on Petrol)

    Hypermiling
    So basically ever since I posted the snaps/videos of getting 22.8 Kilometers/L and then 23.6 KPL I really think its time to share some of the driving habits I carry with me and learn about your driving habits too and see how we can all get the best mileage we can get from our cars and save a lot of fuel and money.

    How much saving are we looking at?
    Some people may think that the money we'll save this way is so less that its almost irrelevant. Its actually just the opposite. You can save yourself up to 50,000 Rupees a year if you're a good hypermiler (that's like buying a CNG kit every year!)

    If you're really good, you can get Petrol mileage which costs you even less as compared to CNG.

    There are hypermiling contests that take place in the west. People who win that contest have got up to 106 Miles per gallon (45 Kilometers per liter!!) at the end of the contest.

    Some hypermiliers in their daily routine get up to 21 Kilometers per liter in Honda Accord (I have a video of a person who gets this average that I will share) -- that's twice of what Honda Promises.

    My experience of Hypermiling is only with Petrol. But I am almost 60% sure that all these techniques do apply to CNG as well. So yes, you can also get phenomenal fuel averages regardless of which fuel you are running.

    Modify yourself, not your car
    As a hypermilier you must understand that there isn't alot you can do with your car that will save fuel, besides removing some useless load from it and checking tire pressure. The actual modification is in your own driving habbit, I'll explain what I mean by this below:

    How we do it

    If you have a 'real time fuel consumption graph' you will see that the most fuel is burnt when you are accelerating. In Honda City and the new XLi/GLi these things come in built from the factory (you can suggest more cars if you have in mind and I will add them in the list which do have these small gadgets). For a hypermiler these are a 'must have' If your car didn't come with one, you can purchase one that plugs into the OBD port and gives you the milage you're getting.

    Alternately you can carry 2 - 3 liters of petrol in a bottle and calculate average by emptying the tank.

    1. Manual Transmission is the best
    If you're going to Hypermile, you will want to try doing this preferably on a manual transmission car, one with a clutch. Manuals will get you a better average as compared to an automatic one.

    2. Slower acceleration

    The basic idea is to drive calm, less aggressive. If you're going to accelerate, do it slowly. I personally shift gears on 2000 RPM. Accelerating "too slowly" could also hurt your gas mileage. So I think the ideal revs to shift would be 2000.

    In an Automatic car, you should try to maintain RPM at 2000 and leave the rest on the car.

    3. Coasting
    You guys must have heard about 'gliding.' Gliding is something when the aeroplanes are flying but their engine's aren't working, or perhaps they don't have one.

    In cars, this phenomenon is called "coasting." In a MT car (Manual Transmission) you can put the car in neutral when you're not wanting to accelerate and that would be coasting for you.

    4. Drive like you're riding a bicycle
    This really really explains the fuel saving in car. Think as if you're on a bicycle. If you have to immediately go from zero to 20 kilometers per hour in a bicycle, you know that you will get tired very quickly because you'll have to give a lot of energy to it.

    Think of "energy" as "fuel" when thinking about car.

    But if you have to go from zero to 20 in, say, 10 minutes? You will reach that speed and still be fresh (meaning you will have lost lesser energy and reached that speed too).

    That's the same way it is with cars. If you're going to accelerate and do it slowly, you will save fuel and energy and still reach a particular speed.

    5. Avoid Breaks
    Remember that every time you are pushing the accelerator or your'e pushing the breaks, you're wasting fuel.

    When the car is 'coasting' and you hit breaks, you are actually loosing all the potential energy that your car has which is later going to cost you fuel when you want it back.

    6. Looking as far as you can
    As a hypermiler, you're going to want to look as far ahead on the road as you can. If you can see a red light at about 400 meters from you, you don't have to race to that point and then abruptly hit breaks. In Pakistan a lot of times there are road blocks, what most people do is that they hit breaks and stop one inch before the blocks (which reduces the probability of clearing of the road block).

    If you can see you're going to have to stop in about 500 meters, what you do is put the car in neutral and let it coast all the way for you. When the car is in neutral and its coasting/gliding, the average you're getting is about 50 - 60 kilometers per liter. This puts a big impact on the overall average of your car.

    I do this every time I reach a toll plaza on the motor way. People sometimes get passed by me at high speeds and then break right in front of the lane. Since I am slow, I get the chance to choose the lane that has the least amount of traffic in it.

    7. Drive below speed limit
    Within the city the speed limit generally is around 60 Km/h, and on the highway its 100 Kph, and on motor way its 120.

    I drive at between 90 - 100 on Motorway and easily get 22 KPL at the end of the journey.

    Lets us see if this speed really wastes a lot of time.

    The distance from the Peshawar toll plaza to Rawalpindi toll plaza is about 151 Kilometers. If you're driving on 120, you'll get an average of 16 KM/L. Basically there is a huge drop in average as soon as you go above 105 KM/H (I don't know why).

    Now, if your'e driving at 120 KM/H and you have to travel a distance of 151 KMs, you will do that in:
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    151/120 x 60 = 75 Minutes
    If you travel the same distance in 100 Kilometers/H the difference would be:

    Code:
    151/100 x 60 = 90 Minutes
    That's just a difference of 15 minutes? Not at all a huge difference? Right? For just the difference of 15 minutes in a 1.5 hour journey, you can save yourself up to 400 rupees per trip.

    So there is just a psychological effect in driving slow. People may over take you a lot of times and you may feel "Arrrggg!!" in the begging, but this feeling ends up as soon as you see the savings you're making. I personally have started feeling uneasy with 120 Km/h. I feel the most comfortable when I am at 90.

    As I wrote, its all about changing 'driving' habits. This is one of them.

    Slower speeds are much safer. You're almost completely in control of your car. Above 120, you really don't know what you're doing. If anything comes in front of you, even with ABS its going to take a while for the car to stop. At 90, it will be much more safe and easy to drive.

    Driving below speed limit also saves you from getting a chalan on the motorway. And best of all, its 'Good for the Engine." Making your engine cry on every trip probably will cost its life at the end of 200,000 Kilometers. But going slow really gives the time for the engine to breath and not over heat etc.

    The theory is that the less you push it, the happier it will be.

    8. You don't have to necessarily turn off the AC
    If the weather is not that bad, cloudy, or you're driving at early morning or evening, I think it is not difficult to drive without AC. Turning on the fan and setting it to fresh air mode should do it for you.

    But if you're driving in the middle of the day, you shouldn't turn off the AC. It does consume fuel but hypermiling is also about remaining as practical as one can be.

    What I personally do is that I put the fan speed to 4 for the first 10 minutes, and then immediately put it to 1 with AC on. When the fan is on 1x, it makes the AC trip a lot more often as compared to higher fan speeds. This keeps the temperature of the car reasonable and you can go ahead with the hypermiling as well.

    Remember it is always the best to close the windows and open it only when it is absolutely necessary. Turn on the AC if you want cold air or use the fan in the fresh air mode. Opening the windows increases drag that you would really want to reduce.

    9. Loose useless weight
    Sometimes there is some luggage inside your trunk that you haven't noticed. Its always the best to remove all the unnecessary stuff from the car.

    Also remember that if you've got yourself a CNG kit, you should try hypermiling WITH CNG and not with Petrol because the cylinder that you have in the trunk is 'heavy' and you're not really going to save alot with that thing still inside the car.


    10. Use factory settings for your car
    The more you modify your car, the more fuel you loose. Putting huge alloys, useless air intake and air filters, spoilers etc. All of these things will hurt your fuel average. Try your best to leave the car on factory settings for the longest possible time.

    My car has 100% factory tires with factory rims. I haven't got it tuned from any one besides changing the oil etc. I didn't let any body touch any other setting in the engine.

    12. Change Air Filter/Engine Oil/Oil filter on time
    Air filter specifically helps. Although when I got 22.8 KPL I had not changed any of these things in the past 5000 kilometers. But when I did, I got 23.6 KPL. So surely these things help. Make sure you change Air filter every 6 months. It does not hurt the savings. On petrol its normal to change Engine oil/oil filter after 6000 kilometers. Don't be miser about putting the best Engine oil out there.

    13. Maintain the momentum
    Another thing you would want to do is maintain the momentum. This is very important and effects about 30% of your fuel efficency. Accelerating and decelerating again and again is a very bad habit of driving. Try to maintain a particular speed for the longest possible time. Again consider cycling. If you're on 20 KM/H on cycling, you're hardly pushing the pedals but the cycle is going at a nice speed. Same goes for cars, they will drink very less fuel and save a lot of money for you.

    14. Some extreme hypermiling techniques that I don't recommend:
    Some crazy hypermilers go to extreme with saving fuel and do a few things that are not advisable to everyone. Only the most experienced people should practice these.

    These include putting more air in your tires than usual. This reduces the drag on the tire.

    Drafting behind bigger trucks. Some trucks on the motor way are going at 100 KPH. Drafting behind them does safe fuel. When you drive behind them, the resistance of the air that your car faces when there is no one in front of it is gone because then the truck will face that resistance and you're car will have to put less effort to drive.

    Thirdly, some extreme hypermilers turn off the engine when they are going on a down stream. Obviously when the car is off and you're going down stream, you are getting infinite kilometers per liter. But this is not at all recommended by me. May be you guys could do some research on this on your own and come back with the results and share it here.

    Some people even remove the spare tire to reduce weight.. again this is one of the extreme steps.

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    This is all I can think of for now. Please do come with your findings and let us all know how much you've saved. I'll be posting a video as well about hypermilers and their interviews momentarily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizi_85 View Post
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    Very nice thread! Excellent work done by you.

    On my last trip on M2 (Lahore - Kalar Kahar - Lahore) I also tried some tips given in the article. Most of the time, the speed was 100 to 105 km/hr. I think this practice saved a significant amount of fuel. The fuel tank was topped up from Lahore and at the end the fuel consumed was a little more than half tank. The total distance traveled was above 500 km.

    One thing I can't understand properly is "Coasting". Do you mean that when we are going on 100 km/hr and the road is straight, we should put the car in neutral and keep it neutral until it start losing the speed? Please clarify this point

    Thanks,
    Rizwan bhai the best practice to follow on the highway is to rather 'maintain the momentum.'

    Coasting the most useful either when you have to stop and you can see the place where you are going to stop or when you are driving locally. Obviously on the local drive you would generally have to stop everyone in a while.

    If you use coasting on highway and loose momentum, then to gain back the momentum that you had, you'll have to burn extra fuel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by misteek View Post
    which car under experiment?
    corolla Xli 06
    RIP

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    @BilalYusrat

    You are right! Actually we did the same during this trip. Me and my brother drove the car so I told him not to go beyond 110 km/hr. very few times he went to 120 km/hr but not for longer. On our way back we touched 120 km/hr quite a few times. But the whole idea was not to accelerate at a fast rate.

    This method worked quite good. My estimate was that the car would consume 3/4 of the tank in the whole trip. But we successfully completed the trip in a little more than half tank. I'll try other tips also and will share the experience here.

    And within the city, I normally shift at 2000 RPM and it also helps a lot in saving fuel.

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertypoiu View Post
    corolla Xli 06
    ok Waiting for you Mathematics....

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    nice topic BilalYusrat, this proved helpful for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by ab4cd View Post
    nice topic BilalYusrat, this proved helpful for me
    How much improvement did you get in your numbers?
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    which engine oil do u use aand how often do u change.i am having gli2010 on petrol.just crossed 2000km.

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    I tried hypermiling - to start with, I'll agree : it works incredibly.

    I got around 18kmpl on my 1.6 vti, 2000.

    Now the bad part - it $ucks. I mean I drive car not only to go from point A to point B, I actually enjoy the process of driving (that's probably why I never avail the services of a driver even when I'm allowed to). And really, those 350km were the worst ones I did on my Civic. And though the comments about "buy a mehran" sounded really cheap when I read them on this thread for the first time, after trying it myself, I somewhat agree.

    If one wants economy, he should try buying a car known for fuel saving, mehran, cuore, city, etc. BUT hypermiling on a car which you have bought because it goes fast or sounds good over 5000 rpm is crazy.

    If you want economy, we have the 1.3L sedans both by Toyota as well as Honda for you. Well have the 1.8L version by both for those who prefer a little bite. The idea is choosing the right car for you, rather than buying a bigger engine and not allowing it to perform any more than the smaller engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr_aamir View Post
    which engine oil do u use aand how often do u change.i am having gli2010 on petrol.just crossed 2000km.
    Broh I'm using Shell Helix HX7 (the blue one). My dad too has GLi 2010. Though he's not much of a hypermiler and I have never tried applying my skills on it, but it still gets around 16 KPL in local.

    Engine oil is important, but also make sure that the air filter remains very clean. I change engine oil, air filter, oil filter after almost 6000 kilometers.

    Hopefully InshaAllah after you've crossed 10,000 you'll see a lot of improvement in your mileage.
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    good
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    Quote Originally Posted by bango View Post
    I tried hypermiling - to start with, I'll agree : it works incredibly.

    I got around 18kmpl on my 1.6 vti, 2000.

    Now the bad part - it $ucks. I mean I drive car not only to go from point A to point B, I actually enjoy the process of driving (that's probably why I never avail the services of a driver even when I'm allowed to). And really, those 350km were the worst ones I did on my Civic. And though the comments about "buy a mehran" sounded really cheap when I read them on this thread for the first time, after trying it myself, I somewhat agree.

    If one wants economy, he should try buying a car known for fuel saving, mehran, cuore, city, etc. BUT hypermiling on a car which you have bought because it goes fast or sounds good over 5000 rpm is crazy.

    If you want economy, we have the 1.3L sedans both by Toyota as well as Honda for you. Well have the 1.8L version by both for those who prefer a little bite. The idea is choosing the right car for you, rather than buying a bigger engine and not allowing it to perform any more than the smaller engine.
    You know bango, everything you've written is relative and cannot be generalized.

    When my car is going at 110, and the engine's sound becomes audible, I feel very uneasy. So I drop the speed to 90 and everything becomes silent. I can't hear a thing from the engine.

    One of the main reasons for buying a car with bigger engine is that it remains silent at much higher speeds. The point of having a bigger engine is not at all to speed and drive faster. No car-company wants their buyers to go beyond speed limits. The purpose of bigger engine is to have a calm and peaceful drive, not to hear the sound that comes out when the RPM crosses 4K or 5K.

    If you hear the sound of the pajero mini at 70 Km/h, it will be the noise that you would other wise hear on a car with bigger engine at probably 130.

    The sound Honda City starts to make at 110 Km/h, your Civic 1.8L is going to make it probably after 130.

    Our 'qaoum' has this problem that they are generally emotionally immature. They sometimes put bigger exhausts and mufflers to add more to the noise pollution that is already there. They never give way to others. They try to push the nose of their car when entering roundabout so that they should be the first person who exists it and save 2 -3 seconds while doing that.

    Sadly, most drivers that we have on our roads don't think any better than our taxi drivers.

    So as I said, this is all relative. May be the shouting of your car that starts after 5000 RPM is soothing to you, to me its noise and is a kind of pollution and I hate it.
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    gr8 thred n v.v.v helpful info for all,thanks bro

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    i was wondering how much distance 1 needs to make between his car n a big vehical infront,for dragging?? like 6 ft ,10 ft..any rough range??how much close u need to be in practice?

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    i have heard that according to latest test conducted,turning on the a.c is economical than opening the windows (for high speeds,like 80,90km n above)...closing windows n a.c both is obviously the best for economy

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    Ofcourse Bilal, it is very relative, relative to me. Many may connect to it, and many may not.

    That's why I'll just suffice at expressing my opinion, and would not go to the extent of forcing it down the throat of everyone else negating everyone who disagrees
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    Quote Originally Posted by badar7 View Post
    i have heard that according to latest test conducted,turning on the a.c is economical than opening the windows (for high speeds,like 80,90km n above)...closing windows n a.c both is obviously the best for economy
    Yes sir, that's correct. Opening the windows at higher speeds causes drag which badly effects the aerodynamics of your car. It increases drag and air resistance which causes the engine to pull more fuel to maintain any particular speed. A/C on the other hand is a breeze on the engine at higher speeds.

    If the weather is cloudy or I am driving at night, I close windows and put the fan on Fresh air mode with No A/C.

    All the best averages I got so far were with night driving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badar7 View Post
    i was wondering how much distance 1 needs to make between his car n a big vehical infront,for dragging?? like 6 ft ,10 ft..any rough range??how much close u need to be in practice?
    You should maintain the distance that you feel is the safest. Generally its about 10 - 15 meters. I don't really do that myself and still manage to get around 25 Km/Liter on my routine commutes.
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    i m still confused...night se avg ka kya relation h??

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    wat do u think will b the best milege per litre by a well maintained vti civic 05 modal..(if its on petrol,ie no cng weight,3-4 passengers)...?
    i achived 12.95per litre ( driven on 90-100km/hour,with a/c) on my previous civic of that modal(vti 06 with cng n 4 passengers)

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