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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-11-2013, 08:58 AM Thread Starter
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MY10+ tank range?

What kind of range are people getting from full to when the fuel light comes on?

My MY10+'s F4's fuel light is coming on after about 85 miles, which seems a bit shocking, assuming the reserve below that I'm told is about another 20 miles. That puts me well under 30 mpg.

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What kind of range are people getting from full to when the fuel light comes on?

My MY10+'s F4's fuel light is coming on after about 85 miles, which seems a bit shocking, assuming the reserve below that I'm told is about another 20 miles. That puts me well under 30 mpg.

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About 160 KM/100 miles.

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With my F4RR I am getting 182km out of mine before thefuel light comes on.
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I'e seen my F4RR go from full to 'light on' in as little as 85 miles and as much as 115 miles. Normally its right about 100 miles.
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Si,

180 km when two up, 200km when single. I have gone 20km with the light on and not had to walk yet...

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240km per full tank till light comes on (highway riding)

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Right at 100 miles and that's all freeway, I'd hate to see track mileage.

In the US (not sure about the rest) the charcoal canister is located inside the damn fuel tank, reducing fuel capacity.

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The light comes on at 170-180 kilometers. This is pretty much the same in my current f4RR and my previous MY 2010.
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depends how u ride, on the highway i can get 200km without being carful... if its more around town and hills etc, where your on and off the throttle a bit more, i get around 160km

thats on my 2010 F4
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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-13-2013, 05:12 PM
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wow... I'm lucky if I get 30 mpg on my 750, it must be because of the noise from turning the twiddley bit on the right clip-on. But what else would you expect from a sports bike with a race exhaust and air filter and mapped to suit
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