Two Questions - Now MPG
automan25 at yahoo.com
Sun May 6 13:38:08 PDT 2007
Perhaps I'm just more heavy handed with the throttle than I think I am. I'll have to try being really easy on the next tank of gas. I plan on syncing the carbs soon as well, mabey that will help.
As for the electrical issue it seems to be a wiring connector that is located just behind the display. If I reach around and jiggle it the problem reveals itself. I'll have to remove the plastics to get a better look.
thanks for the help-
Jeffrey R. Markham
----- Original Message ----
From: Paul Landry <p_landry at telus.net>
To: GPzList at micapeak.com
Sent: Sunday, May 6, 2007 12:45:42 PM
Subject: RE: Two Questions - Now MPG
I have been tracking almost every L/Gal of gas used in my GPz since
purchased in 2000.
Use a spreadsheet, a little geeky I know but that is the industry I work
I have recorded a high of 66.6 mpg (Jul 26/05) and a low of 33.2 mpg (Aug
My average over 246 data points is 51.01 mpg.
All this is based on the Imperial Gal.
Paul W. Landry
p_landry at telus.net
I get 40 MPG at anything under 100+ average speed. 21K miles, carbs need to
be synced. Stock but fuel screws tweaked a bit.
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