|07-28-2012 09:56 AM|
|wenchy||Thanks MarkNog and Rayko. That was helpful.|
|07-28-2012 08:39 AM|
|Rayko||I was already fairly geared (Rubi). After a 33" x !2.5" x 15" tire and wheel swap I didn't really notice any diff in my MPG.|
|07-27-2012 02:21 PM|
|Shrimp||Is this a serious question?|
|07-27-2012 12:31 PM|
|07-27-2012 12:27 PM|
|MarkNog||If you get the tire size/gearing right, the effects can be minimal.|
|07-27-2012 12:26 PM|
Larger tires and wheels = more mass and inertia. The engine has to work that much harder to overcome the inertia when stopped at a stoplight and accelerate the vehicle to speed. Larger tires can also mean a larger contact point with the ground and that means more friction.
A harder working engine consumes more fuel for an equivalent outcome and that equals lower miles per gallon realized.
|07-27-2012 11:56 AM|
|07-27-2012 09:30 AM|
What gearing/tranny/size/weight are all going to determine the loss in PG's
|07-27-2012 09:23 AM|
Will a lift and big tires effect my MPG?
I know a lifted Jeep with big mud tires isn't going to run or drive as smooth as one straight out of the factory, but how drastically will a lift and big tires effect the gas mileage of the Jeep?