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    Can someone tell how to calculate that a vechile runs on avg xkm/litre and what it cost per litre. plz guide me in this regard.? Also share how much ur bike gives average.I have sprinter 110cc run only 10000km,


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    Quote Originally Posted by khanthegr8 View Post
    Bike jab bilkul end ho jaye jab carburator me bhi end ho jaye petrol to 100 ML petrol dal lo, or meter check karlo jitni bike chalti hai usay 10 se multiply karlo u will get the average
    This doesn't seem to be the most reliable method. Surrounding physical conditions, terrain and environment tend to change. This would not be a true estimate.
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    true estimate is that in which we attach a 100ml petrol bottle with bike,, and empty the carb,, the will give accurate reading in that particular environment,, u can test ur mileage on straight road separately,busy city traffic separately,and on uphill separately,downhill separately,,or mix riding,

    the reserve method is also ok but a bit inaccurate cause there is still some petrol left in the carb and reserve may be hit even if there a bit more petrol in the tank as the bike may not be at plane surface all the time,,

    also note that the 70cc carb float contains approx 20cc petrol which makes it run for 1 km,,

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    Jese k sab bhai yahan methods bta hi chuky hain to mzid kenhy ki gunjaish nhn rahi.Lekn 2 method best hain
    1.100ml bottle method
    2.Reserve noting method
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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    true estimate is that in which we attach a 100ml petrol bottle with bike,, and empty the carb,, the will give accurate reading in that particular environment,, u can test ur mileage on straight road separately,busy city traffic separately,and on uphill separately,downhill separately,,or mix riding,

    the reserve method is also ok but a bit inaccurate cause there is still some petrol left in the carb and reserve may be hit even if there a bit more petrol in the tank as the bike may not be at plane surface all the time,,

    also note that the 70cc carb float contains approx 20cc petrol which makes it run for 1 km,,
    Yes, but 1 km doesn't significantly affect the readings, if you use for e.g 7.2 ltrs. (i.e from a full fuel tank to reserve in a cg125). Plus this way you tend to get a good average in all sorts of conditions....cheers
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    ya but the reserve thing is hit accoreding to the road if it is flat it will mostly hit atr correct point if it is inclinred it will be at different point,, small difference though,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    ya but the reserve thing is hit accoreding to the road if it is flat it will mostly hit atr correct point if it is inclinred it will be at different point,, small difference though,,
    Yes, that is why I think, a better estimate is achieved with the fuel tank full. And, In case, you run out of gas on an inclined surface, just steer the bike back onto a flat road if possible that is. But I think it will just run a few 100 meters before running out again.
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    ^^ itna lamba kon intizar karay..
    the reserve method is fit if u want a bit +/- in results
    if u want perfect use 100ml thats it....to calculating avg...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedbutt1999 View Post
    here is a kmh to mph and mph to kmh converter 4 u
    Convert kph to mph - Conversion of Measurement Units

    and i have CG125 and i am getting the average of 40-45km in one litter
    @ahmed
    apki bike kitne kilometer chal chuki ha? aur cg 125 nai bike 40-45 avg ha km/ltr?

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