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Mine is running a bit lean but at the moment, 4.2 l/100k is readily achievable giving an easy 500 k to a tank with a couple of litres left.
Depends on the riding but I consistently get 220-250 miles between fill-ups with a mix of interstate and highway riding. The more highway riding at 65 mph or less the better the mileage. Not sure if this was helpful.Skippy
Nearly 300 miles to empty? Thatís impressive. Others getting similar?I easily get 250 and have gone 300 as I was enjoying the Arizona scenery so much I didnít notice how far Iíd gone until I saw double bars where Iíd usually see remaining miles! Found fuel with no issues and still some left in the tank.
Nearly 300 miles to empty? Thatís impressive. Others getting similar?Hey Skip, how much does it usually take at that 220-250, how much is left in the tank?
Just a thought. Why point the horns down instead of forward? Those are definitely better than stock.
Has anyone used Off Road mode on the street? If so, did you notice any real difference between it and Road mode?
I have installed a new set of horns on my V85TT. I bought a set of Dual Snail horns on Amazon for $23, similar to the Fiams that used to come on Airhead BMWs. They were a bit of a challenge to get mounted, but it was not too hard. I mounted them to the crash bars, one on each side. I used a set of mounts that I found on Amazon that are quite stout. The mount is thick aluminum and I had to grind the mount point thinner so the horn would mount to it. Then I made a wire harness that tied the two horns together and plugged into the stock horn wires. I find these horns quite loud, and much louder than the meek stock horn. I don't know if they achieve the claimed 300 db, but they are loud enough. Here is a link to the horns:https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B08LQ4LW9R/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1And to the mounts I used: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GZ5HZMQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Traded in my V7iii Milano for a V85tt Adventure. Last 2020 Cadre had. Couldn't resist the deal.My V7 was a great fun machine but after a long camping trip I decided I had to have something that was a better fit for my Bigness. I rode the 2020 a month or so back and liked it but didn't buy. Last week I rode the 2021 V85 and the 2021 V7. Both felt better down low in revs. The rear suspension on the V7 has improved a lot. Decided the change to the 21' wasn't big enough to warrant the extra cost. So far, this bike fits me much better and the cruise control is a big game changer. Anywho here it is on my ride home Tuesday. I'm about 14 miles from Cadre but the ride home took a little more than 80 miles for some reason. And the paint scheme has really grown on me.
300dB? Someone got inmost the loco weed. There is NO way it's 300. Not even 200.
Congrats I just bought the same color & year....So glad I did too!Enjoy it
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