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Mpg on 2003 yz250

How far will a tank of gas get me on my 03 yz250 I mix it 32:1

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Depends alot on your, riding style, final gearing, terrain, and to an extent even jetting/temperature/humidity/etc.

I have figured 2.5-3 hours of average riding based on 2.1 gallon tank for trail type riding. If your really aggressive/heavy on the throttle, you may get closer to 2.

if you ride with quads, get them to bring a small container of premix for you. try not to run out tho.........no gas=no oil.

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