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    Default PakHero giving 53 km/ltr mileage

    It is 70 cc PakHero 2007 model. It is giving me 53 km/ltr mileage.
    is it good ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nabeelkhan View Post
    It is 70 cc PakHero 2007 model. It is giving me 53 km/ltr mileage.
    is it good ?
    ary nahi ye bike ap ka faida kar rahi hay itni achi mileage... nazar lag jay gi bhai

    seriously its doing average better. 50-60 is the good one.

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    on the second calculation cycle, it gave 50 km/ltr, across different driving styles and in different conditions.

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    Is it after engine rebuild?

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    on the third calculation cycle, it gave 52.5 km/ltr, across different driving styles and in different conditions.

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    Very good petrol average..btw ap kese calculate kartay? 😅


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    I am getting 52 kmpl from Ravi 78 cc ! During break in period I was getting 62 kmpl but never achieved that figure again :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by adil.0001 View Post
    Very good petrol average..btw ap kese calculate kartay? 


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    Note the meter reading. Let us call it KM1.
    Fill the tank.
    Use the bike till reserve hits.
    Note the reading again. Let us call it KM2.
    Now fill the tank. This time note the total litres of petrol poured into your bike. Let us call it LT1.

    Subtract the KM1 from KM2. It will tell you how many kilometers the bike have been driven.
    Divide this value on LT1 and it will give you per litre kilometers mileage of your vehicle.

    Repeat this complete cycle two or three time to get an average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nabeelkhan View Post
    Note the meter reading. Let us call it KM1.
    Fill the tank.
    Use the bike till reserve hits.
    Note the reading again. Let us call it KM2.
    Now fill the tank. This time note the total litres of petrol poured into your bike. Let us call it LT1.

    Subtract the KM1 from KM2. It will tell you how many kilometers the bike have been driven.
    Divide this value on LT1 and it will give you per litre kilometers mileage of your vehicle.

    Repeat this complete cycle two or three time to get an average.
    Hmmm this is ok! But sometimes only the left side of the petrol tank is empty while the other side was full thats why im bit confused at it


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