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    Default Let's share the mileage of your bike.

    Dear Friends;

    Lets share the mileage of different bikes to conclude which is the best in this sense.

    I have Suzuki Sprinter 110CC model 2009. When drive under 60km/h then mileage (petrol average) is 58-61km/liter and if drive beyond 60km/h (say 80-90km/h) then 52-54km/liter. I think this is the best mileage which we can expect from a 110CC bike. At every ?reserve? I note down the meter reading, fill the tank and then again note the meter reading at next reserve and calculate.


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    Honda 125 CG 2014 model

    Right now:

    50+ km/L if driven at 75-80 km/h speed.
    If i accelerate and brake smoothly.

    If harshly and quick accelerations and top speed of 120 km/h or 110km/h sometimes. Then it gives 30 km / L average.

    because odometer is 10 km/h faster than actual GPS speed. So when someone says keep it at 60 km/h. I keep it at 70km/h.


    Today my mechanic told me. All the mechanics had mileage competition and
    his CD 70 2008 did 104 km / L

    at the speed of 5-10 km / h.

    How? They fill the carburetor with fuel as full as the capacity and stop the fuel intake and drive until that carburetor gets empty and calculate the CC and km with one liter.

    ^^^ this is the 3rd way to calculate the milage in a quickie.





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    The best way to determine the fuel mileage and quality is by reserve to reserve but with 1 liter fuel ONLY.

    WHY?

    Because I know i can get the mileage in quick way just by finishing one liter ASAP.

    And because its 1 lister. So i can easily accelerate smoothly and brake smoothly and never change any gear after 6k rpm. ---> leading to good mileage and quality of petrol and petrol pump.


    Problem with filling a tank with 300 or 500 Rs. And then counting average is that:

    Sometimes you drive smoothly for 10 - 15 minutes and sometimes harsh. So. The one liter which we consumed with smooth driving while other with harsh. Giving us average of 30-45 km/L instead of 50+.

    I hate that bit. Not satisfied with this kind of way of measuring the average.


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    I am using Honda DIO 2008 model. Its giving 40 to 45.
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