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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-05-2007, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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How many miles out of a single tank of gas for a 750?

Just curious how many miles you can get out of a tank of gas from a 750. I hit 130 miles on a tank last week and started getting nervous so I pulled into the gas station and filled up.

I have only had the bike for a week, and it's a 2000 model, so I dont know if the fuel light works yet.

Regardless, when I stopped, it only took 3.5 gallons. How big is the tank anyways? Over 5 gallons right?

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With my old 750 I used to get 160-165 before the light came on. It's a 5.5 gallon tank, and I'd get 37-40 mpg typically, less if I was having too much fun.

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+1 mileage is directly related to your right hand. so is your fun factor.
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Around 150ish on the Brutale.

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Funny enough, since getting my f4 1000 mapped and placed on the dyno I get better MPG

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Amazing. I get nervous when I hit > 100 miles. Always thinking about the residue in the botto of the tank and filling up before any serious trip.

So you are saying 130 miles? no wayyyyy.

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130~150 miles on my Brutale, and then just under 4 gallons to refill. Last ride (with some hard twisting of the right grip, but also a fair amount of easy cruising around 6K rpm) I got 37mpg.

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