I know. I should have it checked out. A lot of my riding is in stop and go traffic, so maybe that's the culprit...yuu said:80 on a 620? Somethings a miss there. I regularly got 50 mpg on my 620. Usually gassed up at 150 on the tank , and the light wouldn't have come on yet.
a 695 might get a couple less miles per gallon than a 620, but 80 per tank is horrid, and not right. Hell my 900 does better than that, and she's a thirsty girl.
+1 more. during break in i was getting about 150 a tank. now that i have the whole rpm range i wind up getting the above milage, i might suggest staying below 6k 80% of the time if you want to see more milage, but that's my 2 cents.RMartin said:My light comes on at 125-130 miles every time.
My M1000S gets about the same MPG on a 12-13 mile commute, combo of freeway and stoplight city, and at my weight (300lbs, with gear and luggage) and height (6'4", so I catch a lot of air), I've learned to live with it. I get a light at about 105 miles. Highway at (um, ...) cruising speed, it's more like 43-44 MPG. It's hard to tell from one tank, though. For two or three tanks, use a well-measured external can.island_duc said:I just found my last gas receipt. I put in 2.399 gallons. I filled up with about 80 miles on the clock, so that's 33.3 miles/gallon, if my math is correct. That sucks compared to what you guys are getting. That leaves me with about 1.2 gallons in the tank when the light goes on.