I’m sure there’s already a GPH rating somewhere on a 1FZ-FE. I’ll see what I can dig up. . I’m bored.Is there a formula that would allow us to calculate how much fuel 6 injectors would squirt into the cylinders each hour at 650 rpm? We could calculate a theoretical maximum number of hours on a 25 gallon tank..
You never shut it off to get gas?I did something similar albeit for half the time. A few years back i left @NLXTACY pad when he lived in cali. I think it was around lunchtime on the Friday when i left. Got caught in the usual LA traffic but made it to a place called Christmas -possibly in Arizona and bedded down for the night in the truck with the engine idling the whole time so i had cool air. Drove from there to a rest area near Houston and bedded down again with engine running. Drove from there to orlando and arrived around 4am on Monday morning. So roughly 2.5 days with engine never off. That is the longest i day i have ever had behind the wheel but i made it to the office for a 9am meeting on monday.
Pardon my ignorance, but what does the heat/ humidity factory into leaving a vehicle running during refueling?I almost never shut it off when getting gas especially in the summer months with all the heat & humidity.
If it's hot and humid, the AC will stay on so it's nice and cool inside when you climb back in after being outside in the boiling heat and humidity for 3 minutes.Pardon my ignorance, but what does the heat/ humidity factory into leaving a vehicle running during refueling?
I also grew up in OR, so it's always been a habit to shut the car off so that the attendant would fill your tank.
Grew up in the South- FL and Ga, i used to never shut off when refill, now that i have been in the West coast for almost 9 yrs now, i have rarely used my AC...lolI almost never shut it off when getting gas especially in the summer months with all the heat & humidity.