Mine is 120. But it has gotten me only 90 a couple of times on the main due to stop and go traffic. Looking at milage is not accurate at all unless you travel the same road at the same speed on every ride. I may have to bite the bullet and just order this thing. At the end of the day $180 won't make or break me.Though manageable, the no fuel data thing is a downside of the bike. It's all well and good when you are cruising along at speed, but if that thing runs out of fuel at a busy intersection, you are in a precarious situation. I know from experience that 3.25 gallons will get me 135 miles. My personal limits are 110 on the main and 30 on the reserve. It'll go further, but that gives me from wiggle room.
The concept seems solid. I bet LSK would confirm it works 100% of the time. I bought the bike knowing it didn’t have a gas gauge. After 83k miles I have never run out of gas. The odometer is reset at the gas station and I turn the cover when I switch to reserve.
Not so much if it is old, but if you lose power for a few seconds or ever disconnect the tank from the speedometer it's a automatic reset, except for the main odometer.If the battery is old would it cause the trip meter to not keep miles correctly? The bike always starts and never had to jump it so far except once when it was below zero outside and I didn't start it for 3 or 4 days in the shop.
Actually, I have pretty much programmed myself to pause before trying to start the engine after killing it. In fact in the last year or so I have only accidentally reset the odo one time and that was not too long ago!!!Interesting... I'll have to pay attention to the trip meter next time I stall it out. I mean... you're at a stop and stall it... who doesn't hit that starter button as fast as your thumb will go?