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Average mileage on a tank?

What's everyone getting in terms of total miles on a tank? On my '17 I generally try to refuel around 150 to play it safe.

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post #2 of 15 Old 04-07-2019, 08:11 AM
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I get 35mpg at the track.

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I get right at 100 miles before the low fuel light comes on. I go fast I guess. 🙂

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I get right at 100 miles before the low fuel light comes on. I go fast I guess. 🙂
I'm right there with ya, about 120mi and my low light comes on. Gonna tweak my fueling again once my new stacks come in, might go a lil leaner on the cruising RPM range (currently 13.3) to get a bit more out of a tank.

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I'm right there with ya, about 120mi and my low light comes on. Gonna tweak my fueling again once my new stacks come in, might go a lil leaner on the cruising RPM range (currently 13.3) to get a bit more out of a tank.
I have noticed that keeping it under 100 helps my mileage a bit. But man that's hard to do.

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I get 35mpg at the track.
lol, no way. I think I get in the mid teens at the track.

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I have noticed that keeping it under 100 helps my mileage a bit. But man that's hard to do.
lol, so very true, it happens so quickly and easily, makes it hard to prevent it. I'm just riding around, look down and suddenly am like, "Uh oh, there I go again breaking 100+..." :-)

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I have noticed that keeping it under 100 helps my mileage a bit. But man that's hard to do.
lol, so very true, it happens so quickly and easily, makes it hard to prevent it. I'm just riding around, look down and suddenly am like, "Uh oh, there I go again breaking 100+..." :-)
Yup. I can have the instant mileage on the display and watch it go down as I’m on the gas. As for the track its in the teens as well.

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