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03122012, 09:24 PM  #1 
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anyone good in mph and lt/100km?
anyone can tell me how much is:
55 mpg 50mpg 45mpg 60mpg in liters per 100km (lt/100km) my gps wont do km/g and im having hard time inputing the info... thx!
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03122012, 09:50 PM  #2  
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Re: anyone good in mph and lt/100km?
Quote:
https://bilet.pp.ru/calculator/conver..._per_100km.php
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03122012, 09:55 PM  #3 
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Re: anyone good in mph and lt/100km?
I love math, so unless someone is faster than me, I will give it a go:
1 mile = 1.61 kilometers 1 Gallon = 3.7854 liters Therefore, you have asked for: 55mpg 50mpg 45mpg 60mpg Let's start with 55mpg: This equates to 55(1.61) kilometers per gallon, or 88.5 kilometers per gallon. We know there are 3.7854 liters per gallon, so in 88.5km you will burn 3.7854 liters. divide 88.5 by 3.7854 and you have 23.393 km/liter. Now let's make a chart 55mpg = 23.393km/liter or a ratio of 2.351km/liter:1Mile/gallon 50(1.61) = 80.5km/3.7854 = 21.266 km/liter. This ratio equates to 2.3511:1 again. So we now know that we can simply take your miles/gallon, and divide by 2.3511 to come up with km/liter 50mpg = 21.266km/liter 55mpg = 23.393km/liter 45mpg = 45 divided by 2.3511 or 19.140km/liter 60mpg = 60/2.3511 or 25.520km/liter From here, we can easily calculate the answer to the question you ask: Take the km/liter and divide that number into 100 50mpg = 21.266km/l. So to drive 100km would take 100/21.266l or 4.702 l/100km 55mpg = 23.393km/l. So we have 100/23.393 or 4.275 l/100km 45mpg = 100km/19.140 or 5.225 l/100km 60mpg = 100km/25.520 or 3.918 l/100km Sorry there is no direct ratio for mpg to liters/100km... But now you know HOW to do it for any mpg. Hope this helps, KZLR edit: looks like someone was faster...damn you, google! (at least my math was correct)
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03122012, 10:05 PM  #4 
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Re: anyone good in mph and lt/100km?
I created a .xls file for keeping track of fuelusage in miles/USgallons, miles/CadGallons, litres/100km ... if you want, I can email a copy to you to use, just fire a PM to me with your email address
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03132012, 04:17 PM  #5 
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Re: anyone good in mph and lt/100km?
km x .6 to miles
100 km/ hr x .6= 60 mph 1 us gallon =3.65 liters 1 Imp gallon = 4.55 liters 
03142012, 07:23 AM  #6 
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Re: anyone good in mph and lt/100km?
thx for ur replies!!
i had made some calculations before, but wasnt sure the data was correct. i was not satified with the info my gps gave me, ill tryp and input this data and see how it goes! it would be easier if gas prices just lowered! thx!
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