Hey guys, I've trolled this site and many others finally decided to sign up so i can get my name on the MPG board. I'm getting 150% of EPA on a 2002 Acura RSX-S. For those who aren't familiar thats a gas powered, 200HP, NA 2.0 liter very similar to whats in the current civic SI. The "new" combined FE is 24mpg and Im getting 36-38 regularly with over 37MPG averaged the past 8,000 miles. I started looking into hypermiling as I was getting 26mpg with fuel at over 4.00 a gallon for premium and my 70+ mile daily commute I wanted to lower operating costs. Now its just a competition with myself to see how well I can do. I've learned a lot along the way and hoping to learn more and maybe inspire a few individuals along the way. Personally I dont really wish to push my views on others-but with gasoline-the crappy thing is when everyone is stupid and uses a lot of gas it costs ME more money per gallon and that really grinds my gears. I'm so glad sites like this exist to educate people. I'm always looking for new ways to increase FE (safely) and open to suggestions from those who have proven their success. I really like the fuelly site to track MPG from real-world people and it cracks me up when some guy getting a whopping 30MPG in a corolla makes "tips" for better FE but I guess with the internet you have to pick and choose who to believe.