Post by scootingranny on May 10, 2008 15:47:28 GMT -5
I've been getting around 75 mpg on my 150cc retro scooter. I have a 2 gallon gas can that I use to fuel up the scoot at home (easier than possibly overfilling at the gas station) and recently I've filled it up enough to have used up all 4 gallons and with that 4 gallons of gas, scoot has registered 270 miles with almost half a tank left. So, mileage may be up to 80 but I'm going with 75 for now.
My 150 gets between 78 to 82 mpg. Nowadays its more like 78 mpg or so.
2007 Roketa Fiji 150 2007 Roketa MC54-250B 1992 Harley Sportster 1200 ----------------------------------- "Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming -- WOW--What a ride!!!"
The mileage on my Genuine 150 continues to climb as I break it in. Also, I'm breaking ME in. Initially I was zooming everywhere just because it is so darn fun. Mileage has gone from 71mpg on the first tank, then to the low 80's. I filled up yesterday and was up to 88mpg. I just wish I had more than a 1 gallon tank The odometer may night be right on, but I've done some loose measurements and it's not very far off. No matter, it's still a whole lot better than the cage. Howard
That pedometer site is cool! I have a Strada RX200HP, and I cant figure how to get a trip odometer. I have 2 buttons and manual is useless as it doesn't even have the right controls shown much less acceptable english. I'm guessing 60-65mpg, supposed to get 75. But it's only 130miles, it'll get better. Top speed out of the box was 54, it's already up to 6o.
I haven't checked lately as its a joke how little gas it uses. After the fresh rebuild and port/polish/matching of the head, intake, and exhaust I was getting 73mpg doing mostly 55mph on the way to work and some city riding.
Now that I got my full-face to replace the beanie helmet I expect it to go up(I wish). ;D
Post by nickiemcnichols on May 31, 2008 14:51:17 GMT -5
Well, if I can believe this speedometer/odometer, we are getting about 95+ MPG with our Lance Venice 150. We never take her above 50mph, and it is all urban riding.
"I think that we've done it, really kicked Earth's climate system. And that says a lot," It's a beast. It's huge. And to have moved it in as short a period of time as a 100 years, basically, to have done that is enormous."
Post by vetteguy112233 on Jun 2, 2008 17:47:40 GMT -5
If it hadn't had been pointed out to me that the odometer is in Kilometers, I wouldn't have realized it.
I created a spreadsheet that converts my Kilometers to Miles, then figures out my MPG and with my second tank I'm getting about 56MPG. I thought it would have been better, but I realized a few things, I'm still in the break in period AND I run it at wide open throttle from light to light. Part of my commute at 70-75mph for about 3 miles. Downhill one way and obviously uphill the other way, so packing 230lbs at wide open throttle all the time, I would have to say that 56MPG is not that bad.
2008 Longbo 150 Iridium spark plug, high performance coil, Dr. Pulley 11g sliding weights, Goodyear vacuum and fuel lines, Kevlar drive belt, Correct MPH gauge cluster with working tach, bike odometer for more accurate MPH reading, USB charging port for phone.
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