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What is the mpg?

Hey guys, what is the avarage MPG your bike does? Thanks allot!

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Between 29-32 on my S4RS depending on how I ride. It's the worst gas mileage of any motorcycle I've owend

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How much money in gas will i spend in a 224 mile trip, at $2.29 a gallon?


Depends on miles per gallon of vehicle. Average mpg of say 15 mpg would take 15 gallons to travel 225 miles.(15x15=225). At $2.29 per gallon @15 gallons=$34.35. So figure out mpg of your vehicle and do the math.

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is this a question?
did you leave off the words, how to?
start by stating
country
car make and brand ,a Suzuki what,
what year car.
and state, mpg in city and best highway.
there is no lower limit to City, or bad drivers. non.
i have one perfect suz, that gets 28mpg on E10
and one more that gets 19mpg no matter what you do..

if your MPG is factory perfect but you want better
that is a book sized answer.
here one one example.
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and to now.

23 + ways
http://www.fixkick.com/MPG.html

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2011 Nomad 1700 lacks power in 6th gear especially in heavy wind or in mountains. Always shifting down to 5th to keep up. Only 33 mpg doing 70 mph. Improves to 39 MPG at 55. I had a 2003 1600 Classic...


nomads are heavy bikes mate and i feel all is as should be with yours, top gear is usually for on the straight and cruising, at a constant speed. my vtx 1800 does similar albeit only 5 speed i still have to pull down a cog and work the gears on hills. the mpg doesnt sound a miss for the nomad either. my vtx does similar.

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How much mpg does it get?


EPA Official City MPG: 18
City MPG (2008 computation method): 16
City MPG (before adjustments): 20

EPA Official Highway MPG: 28
Highway MPG (2008 computation method): 26
Highway MPG (before adjustments): 36

EPA Official Combined MPG: 21
Combined MPG (2008 computation method): 20
Combined MPG (before adjustments): 25

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I would like to know the fuel economy of the V 6


Hi, here you go:
Miles Per Gallon
City: 15 MPG - 17 MPG
Highway: 18 MPG - 19 MPG

Thanks! EJ

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Pops like a popcorn machine when closing throttle, according to buell advertisement bike should get 65 mpg on the highway, i only get 46 mpg. and that's taking it super easy. absolutely NO hotdogging


If the bike is fuel injected then I would be looking at getting it remapped.
If it has carbs then it needs looked at.
Has there been any Mods been done to the bike Like new exhaust or intake mods?
When it popcorns like you say on decelaration then it is a lean air/fuel mix.

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My 2000 Kawasaki concours gets 33 mpg from mostly freeway driving. I've heard Concours owners say they get over 40 mpg. What kind of mileage should I expect. I would like to hear from other Concours owners...


The Connie is a big heavy bike and your mileage is average. Are you using premium fuel? are your tires properly inflated? Are you doing 75 or 65 on the freeway ? All these factor into good mileage....and remember some of the other guys don't know how to equate proper mileage numbers and others love to fudge their numbers just to make you feel bad.......most inline 4 cylinder bikes return mileage in the 30s...Good luck to you and enjoy your bike, it is a fine machine.....tim

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Real Life experiance, if you ride your bike at high speeds, even with Over Drive engaged, I end up doing about 180~200 miles per 5~5.25 gallons which breaks out to about 36~38 mpg.

Course, slowing it down to 60~65, in OT will get you another 25~35 miles per tank extra. If you need better MPG, suggest the 650 for the job, The litter is solid for rider/passenger, as the 650 is more for the rider only with added mileage clearly in the 40+mpg rating..

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