What is the correct method of calculating mileage?

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  • What is the correct method of calculating mileage?


Answer #1 | 18/12 2013 22:36
The mileage is 44.
Answer #2 | 18/12 2013 23:11
A more accurate way would be to fill your tank full. Ride 250-300 kms and refill it. Divide the kms by the liters used. For example 286 kms and it took 4.68 liters to fill it. 286 divided by 4.68 = 61.11 kms/ltr
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 01:24
when your bike in resurve fill it with 2 or 3 ltr oil.. then turn your trip meter to 0.. when your bike in resrv again note down the trip meter reading & divide it by 2 or 3
Answer #4 | 19/12 2013 01:40
i think Ur mileage is 44.1 km per liter. i think Ur driving too fast.control ur speed.. i think Ur mileage increases
Answer #5 | 21/12 2013 16:20
When you figure mileage don't worry about the reserve part of the gas tank. It all comes from the gas tank. Here's how you figure. Fill tank. I usually fill to the base of fill neck. Record odometer reading. Ride until you normally refill tank. Refill tank to as close as you can to original fill spot. Record odometer reading. Subtract 1st reading from the 2nd reading. Divide gallons/liters into miles/liters. That will give you miles/gallon or kilometers/liter. If you check manufacturers say tank holds X number of liters. That's total including reserve. From your info your reserve part of the tank will take you about 57 km. So when you go to reserve you got about 50 km. to find a refuel station.

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