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Old 06-14-2019, 12:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been trying to find out what kind of gas mileage I should be getting with mostly a stock bike?? It has a BAK, Power Commander 111, AIS blocked and has been dyno tuned. I'm wondering what kind of mileage you guyz have getting ??

As many of you know, I just bought a Warrior approx. one month ago.

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I get 100mlies and my light comes on.
And that's me cruising at 75mph..
And at of just below 3k rpms..

Anything more than that I get about 90ish miles

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I can get 130 till the light comes on with baffles. I've gotten around 140 without baffles. Cobra Powrpro, Bak, Bub Chambermaids.
Since the last year I have a 33T front pulley and haven't gotten a chance to keep an eye on the milage.

The pics were an easy 70-75 mph in high 40's low 50's non stop no other cars.
This isn't common mileage though. This is Good mileage for these bikes and I don't always get it this good.
More commonly I get around 110.
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I ride pretty hard around town (lots of throttle light to light) to and from work. About 90 miles on a tank, up to 110 with highway riding.
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I get gas every 100 miles to be safe. I've gotten as bad as 75 one time and high as 120's.

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Advertised speed was 39mpg I got more when riding normally on the road. I got far less when messing around.

With S* exhaust, VBAK, Cobra CVT, and Ivan's I can easily get far better mileage on the road.
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If I am out with the boys farting around get ready for 90 ish. Now cruising long distance and keep it under 75 I can expect 120 till the light comes on. I have the basic bolt ons with an Ivans flash.
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my light came on at 71 miles the other day. i haven't been paying that much attention to it before, but going to start. that is insane.
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I've think I've hit 120 miles once and that was doing 65ish mph...

Up to a few weeks ago my mods
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Propipe cut down 8in n no baffles.
Speedstar intake with KN filter's
And Cobra Auto Tuner..



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i should look at getting a dyno tune.
I haven't done anything after the VBAK.
had K&N filters in stock airbox with PCIII and pipes when i got it.
i figured it was running lean, but when the light comes on at 70 miles, now i'm wondering if it's WAY too rich.
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