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7 hours ago, 07Prodigy said:

drop it into second and accelerate to 6000rpm for approximately 60 seconds. 

No way would I do this. 60 seconds held at high RPM is a good way to throw a rod through the block and increase valvetrain wear, especially in the 2GR which has short piston skirts and relatively thin rods.

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On 2/3/2017 at 10:29 PM, 07Prodigy said:

I didn't like the idea either but they did it with the mother in laws outlander and it worked.

Hahaha.. Whoever "they" are must not like mother in law too much..

Like Trent mentioned, I'd never do that. Give it a spirited run but not hard rev to 6 grand for a whole 60 seconds !! Wow !

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On 2/2/2017 at 10:50 PM, 07Prodigy said:

but when I was on the road I was getting 6.4L/100km with roof racks and a pod.

Do  you use aircon and music at that time as well???

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