Half liter average with fast and slow speed. 20 km till bike stopped moving
Another 45 rupees petrol = 0.56 liter.
Average was 28.4 km at the constant speed. Just constant speed of 60 kmph on GPS. Which on speedometer was 70 kmph in half liter petrol of rural areas. You know how their petrol looks like when they already put in the bottle to show us
OIL engine oil : Liqui Moly (first time used)
Bike : Honda CG Classic 125 2014 model
I was amazed.
Complete story follows below:
Yesterday, i was coming back from Multan to hometown Kot addu.
Low on petrol except reserve, i thought lets see how far it goes before i start to use the reserve petrol
Not long that after crossing channab river, bike stopped still.
I have a habit of always taking a picture of the bike speedometer and readings whenever petrol finishes.
I turned on the reserve. And thought why not check the average today, 60km still left in journey.
I buy half liter petrol for 45 ( rural area so it was expensive). Turned the reserve off. I ride bike at almost 105 km per hour of GPS speed, on speedometer it is 115kmph.
. This is when i turn on the reserve again.
And next stop for another half liter petrol was @
And i drove at a constant GPS speed of 60kmph. Not using hard brakes. Just kept it smooth. And the next stop was at amazing mileage
till i have to turn the reserve on again. And bike wouldn't start until reserve tuned on.
Which means if i put 85 ruppees petrol in my 125. And ride constantly at 60 kmph GPS speed, it will give 57km per 85 ruppees (a littler here is 77.80 ruppees).
I think its my first time that i checked this way, but now i am hooked on liqui moly too.
Wish you all good luck.
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