I am the one who asked for GPS tracks. I am the one who said that the longer the mileage the lower the error rate for refill and I am also the one who said that some of the distances used for mileage testing weren't long enough to give accurate results.GPS files, how they pumped the fuel, or said that the distance wasn't long enough
I stand by the last two claims, and I will also say that they have nothing to do with either GDE or SFT. They just make for better results regardless.
I asked for the GPS files so that I could see what sort of driving style the posting member was using, what sort of elevation and speed changes etc, and only because the posting member was happy to supply videos. There's no point in watching a video when you can chart the GPS log and see it all at once in a graph. In my opinion the videos are a waste of time.
Again .... I have no tune. I do not plan to buy a tune until my warranty expires in about three years, so my only goal is to educate myself.
As far as those who post claims of incredibly high mileage rates .... there's lots of BS everywhere on the web. Some of it isn't worth commenting on, but Gputah's claims were so similar to my own untuned mileage, that it raised a curiosity in me as to how similar our driving styles might be. Hence the requests for additional data.