'21 4x4 with 830 miles, driving like a regular person 98% of the time, rural driving mostly, computer says 20.3 average. I let it warm up for a couple minutes when its real cold out, but I try to be sparing with that due to break in. Don't want it to idle too long.
The stock intake is more or less designed to silence any and all intake noise, this is true for pretty much every vehicle of the last 30 years at least.
You'll want a cold air intake, but that would likely require a tune.
I have size 14 feet and have no trouble, are you trying to press the pedals with your heel? Lol.
My only real complaint is that the window controls are too far back on the doors armrest. I DO have long monkey arms but damn.. they could of been moved forward a touch.
Theres a difference between an observation and a complaint 🤷♀️🤷♀️🤷♀️
If the comment i left were to instead read "Jesus christ people I really can't stand all these stupid petty complaints".. then yeah, it would be a reasonable stretch to call that out as a complaint itself.
Rotational weight has a HUGE effect on performance.. the general rule of thumb is 3 pounds = 1hp. So another 80lb is sapping pretty well over 20hp.
It would be much more noticeable on a transmission with a "normal" number of gears. The 4.7:1 first gear ratio really helps hide any loss in...