I have recently fitted a set of power plugs and a K&N filter and after two trips to Coffs Harbour from Gold Coast and back and a weeks worth of to and from work i am getting 13.5l per hundred kays. Very happy. These trips were done with a full roof bag of gear and back loaded. Feels so much more responsive to with the new plugs.
Well worth the money.
2004 V6 GXL, Roo Lite,s with HID conversion, HID headlights, Dual battery(in rear)with DC-DC charger,Cargo barrier, Coupler Tec rust proofer, home made rear storage, home made heat exchanger, Oricom 80 channel UHF, front recovery points,Engel fridge(oldie but a goodie), low profile roof rack(home made), fold down table on rear door, gas rear door dampner.
Wish List - all terrain tyres, snorkel, winch, LED light bar, new Engel, at the moment.
On a recent run to Perth, I travelled at 110km/h on the way down and 100km/h on the way back. Obviously the fuel usage travelling at 100 was less, but not by a lot. I reckon I would of saved 20 litres over the 330km trip. I used a needle thickness over half a tank on the way down and a needle thickness under on the way back. But, travelling at 100 seemed to take forever,,lol
120 V6, with a little bit of this n that
paddy , was a melbourne member who tried em after me install, but he had drama's and pulled em back out ?
i have another oil/filter change due in 800 kays ( 5,ooo interval ) and plan on pulling the power plugs out to have a look at the condition etc.. will post photo,,, ok.. good to hear you are happy so far with the plugs,,, cheers butane
p.s running a k&n as well but needs a clean ... will do on service...
Last edited by butane8; 07-04-2013 at 08:51 PM.
re=fuel'''''' used at least 100 kays of distance in experimenting on that first tank... but as my numbers are out for milage .. enjoying stickin the right foot into it again..... cheers mate butane