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Hayabusa mpg I'm picking my bike up on the 25th and had some general questions... I know most don't buy a 'Busa for MPG, but what do your's get? I saw where Sport Rider got something like 37-38 MPG. What kind of oil is best after the 600 mile break in? And, what are the free mods? Thanks,

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IF you run a few top end runs say 4 or so you'll get about 27 mpg. If you ride 90 to 100 with an occasional blast up to 140 or so, I'm getting around 39. If you ride like the law wants you too............then I get 42. Here is a pic of a top end run with a speed recall from my speedohealer. I buried the speedo real quick. The GPS read 183.4. I had another 2 hundred rpm's to redline to go. I had to slow down for certain reasons. Of course I was on a track and never would do this on a public road...........! :shock

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I have a 2000 busa and have never had less than 38 to the gallon and that was after a fast day out. Had some long trips to Italy and Germany with pillion and luggage and returned 45 to 50 without any problem. Can't comment on the oil sorry. Enjoy your toy.

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