Yeah it seems to be all about that "touch". With a needle type guage, red and green lights going on and off above the dash its
a lot easier to find that sweet spot. Down hills you can increase speeds significantly so you can make it up an upcoming hill
and still stay in lean burn with out assist coming on. The gear shift indicator doesn't seem to be on spot with keeping the
car in lean burn, coasting in neutral down hill pulls it out of lean burn.
I can now see that if the car had MIMA installed you could activate assist in taking off, climbing hills, etc and keep the
car in lean burn significantly more often. That should definately push you into the 100+mpg range. Dual batteries with
plug in recharging ... maybe 110+ consistent mpg.
I am speculating that an AFR meter is as similarly important to a achieving high mpg as a tachometer would be to a race car.