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12-07-2019 03:24 PM
Chicago X
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Originally Posted by ancientmariner View Post
Can anyone tell me if a 20" dia 6" wide Jeep SRT spare would work on a
2020 Trackhawk as a spare. Don't like the idea of no backup
Some say it would work on the rear but not the front due to the 6 piston calipers
SO, does any one know?????
Ancientmariner
The ‘spare’ on my 14 SRT wouldn’t fit the front of the suv for which it was designed, I doubt it would clear the Trackhawk’s brakes.

If you wanted to use it after a flat up front, you would change out a front and rear tire, then use the spare out back.
12-06-2019 05:45 PM
ancientmariner Can anyone tell me if a 20" dia 6" wide Jeep SRT spare would work on a
2020 Trackhawk as a spare. Don't like the idea of no backup
Some say it would work on the rear but not the front due to the 6 piston calipers
SO, does any one know?????
Ancientmariner
12-03-2019 11:10 AM
BlackHawkTrackHawk I'm currently doing 8.x and get about 200 miles out of a tank. All small town driving.
12-03-2019 10:08 AM
ekaz Might be a new record, went out for a bit, drove maybe 10-15 miles? Mostly suburban type driving, no super wide open spots, but not congested city stuff. Anyway, burned through an 1/8 tank of gas. LOL
Boost therapy is great!
12-02-2019 06:02 PM
Jimmy N. Uh, oh. I thought my Hellcat got low mileage.
Guess I won't be cruising along at 100 or so with the new "box". The gas stations are too far apart around here.
12-02-2019 02:59 PM
TRCKHWK I drive my TH like I stole it lol...Get about 7-8 MPG city running 92 Octane.

Hardly drive on the highway, But the last time I did I was averaging around 17mpg.
11-26-2019 07:49 PM
Michael Barnett On a slight downhill grade doing 72mph Im getting 22-25 consistently. Only happens on the way home for about 2 minutes, but omg it feels great! My display tattles 11.9 & 12 as the average. What gas company sells mid grade gas anyways?
11-25-2019 11:36 PM
Lil Hemi I think I’m doing about 7.5 but I’m on corn.
11-25-2019 06:42 PM
ekaz I've filled-up my TH three times since I got it on 10/12. I'm proud to report that my average is at 8.9MPG! The first take lasted me about 166 miles and the second one, 133...progress! I think when I looked over the weekend, I'm around 7 on this tank so far. LOL
06-21-2019 06:43 PM
chad951
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Originally Posted by Black Track View Post
I don't think anyone here bought theirs for good mpg. I've seen 7.5-8.0 mpg in a full tank of all-city driving, and heavy on the loud pedal. Worth It!

Best I've ever seen with mine is all-freeway at 70-75 mph for an entire 245 mile tank. That got me a bit over 17mpg. All flat terrain.

The best interim mpg (over a 50 mile stretch of freeway) was 18.8 mpg. But that's with optimal conditions and speeds.

Of course, we can cheat the numbers by the usual tricks, but what I've posted here are all real-world driving situations. No long downhills.

All while in performance mode, too. No Eco or cruise control use. Just how I regularly have it.
Agreed, I could care less about gas mileage. I was just curious what it could do on one of my longer drives, that I normally take (~50+ miles). I'm curious what mileage I'm going to see while towing my 3500lbs loaded trailer. The best I ever saw with my diesel GL was 11MPG and it didn't matter how hard I ran it. That was with a 3.0L turbo diesel. The GL normally saw 24MPG on the highway with no trailer. I'm curious if I will see the same percentage difference with the travkhawk. In theory, the trackhawk motor shouldn't have to work as hard to move itself or the trailer due to its larger displacement. We'll see. I'll report back on July 2nd, after we get back from dragging knee at Road America.
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