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Old 06-15-2019, 10:26 PM   #21 (permalink)
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About right. So today was a good day.
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Old 07-08-2019, 07:34 PM   #22 (permalink)
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2nd tank after watching my fuel, light came on at 62 miles. I'm thinking my new goal is to see just how bad of mileage i can get from a full tank.
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I managed to burn a tank to the light in 70 miles once. Mmm. It was awesome!
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Old 07-09-2019, 07:03 AM   #24 (permalink)
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My numbers are right there with everybody else. About 90 to the light if I'm playing around. Highway cruising 70-75 I can get up to 120 before the light.
I consider 20miles the range with light on.

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tank 3 - 74.6 miles at light.
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I have an Ivan flash, pcv with Ivan map, Cobra swept exhaust with baffels, Ivan air box plate, I just filled up the other day and Im getting 33mpg around town and back country roads, not great really but the bike runs awesome not going to bitch
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I would love 33mpg, i'm getting between 20-25mpg. I am doing side-street and freeway, i'm not tame with the throttle, but i'm not WOT. aside from a dyno tune, i think i'm stuck.
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I would love 33mpg, i'm getting between 20-25mpg. I am doing side-street and freeway, i'm not tame with the throttle, but i'm not WOT. aside from a dyno tune, i think i'm stuck.
Naw something must be wrong for you to average 20 to 25 mpg's.
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Naw something must be wrong for you to average 20 to 25 mpg's.
I'm open to places to start, outside of moving fuel line as a result of left side clean up, and a dyno-tune.
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Fuel line after left side clean up might be preventing tank from draining, like Gilly said. 75m per tank ain’t bad if only 2gallons it fill up. After that I’d save my map and try another one for grins. Could increase smiles per gallon anyway.
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