Question about 2004 Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder LC
Hi there, these bikes usually have a reserve of 5 litres, but its not printed in the book. the best way is to allow the bike to run low and carry a gerry can with about 4 or 5 litres and run the tank out.
Before you do this fill the tank to the top mark and reset your trip meter, use the bike as you would then follow the step above, i've had over 30 bikes in my life time and i found that the specification books are only a guide and seldom are accurate, this is the best way to find out and then you will know exactly what your bike will do before you find out the hard way and end up pushing it to a servo .
I hope this helps
Remember ride hard or stay home and please stay safe .
Thank you and i hope i helped :)
Posted on May 12, 2009
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