Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: Prescott, Wi. Upper Ms.River bluff country
Your weight and cargo will make a difference. Wind, humidity tire pressure all add (or subtract) moreso than in a 4 wheeler.
The shape of the tank makes a difference in distance to empty, too. With a full tank, there is fuel in the broad, upper portion and as it gets closer to empty, the remaining volume is in the narrower, more vertical portion, and the float will move farther relative to the volume of fuel consumed. Think of a glass of water with a straw. the glass representing the tank when full, the straw when it's near empty. As you sip through the straw the minute quantity the narrow straw rises and falls notceably, the water remaining in the wider glass moves much less.
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