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    Fuel gauge

    What sort of miles should I get from a full tank never run out but at abt just over 110 miles gauge says 1/2 bar left ?

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    That's about average for most of the guys on here unless you are in a hurry.

    Then it might drop 90 or so.---Some gentle riding will give up to 150 on a tank full. ( with the reserve light starting to flash. )

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    I get antsy at 200km, even though it's good for more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gromit View Post
    I get antsy at 200km, even though it's good for more.
    To be honest though, we've got it easy. Back in the days when I was a bit younger and there were no credit cards you could get stuck with no petrol very easily. Most garages closed at 6pm and that's even if you could find one. Lol.--Nowadays with card machines in every garage you can get petrol at any time day or night.---Then you had to plan your journies or become REALLY stressed out.

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    I've run dry at 150 miles once.

    I usually refuel at about 135.

    I've managed 180 when cruising sensibly.

    I can get the fuel warning in under 90 miles on track.


    In other words, it depends.

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    City riding with loads of stop start is horrid on the fuel efficiency. I've done as little as 80 miles before the lights flash. My average is around 100 when commuting but easily 130-140 when riding on the open road only.

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    Thanks guys appreciate

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