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x2 on this.

It's so variable based on terrain, amount of time in low, AWD, hills, tire spin, and how hard you hammer it.

If you're just cruising logging roads, you can get 100, if you're riding technically or in snow, more like 50. Mix it up and you'll get 75.


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thank-you!

good to start with a ball park idea, carrying some extra when in doubt!
 

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good to start with a ball park idea, carrying some extra when in doubt!

Exactly! Carrying a little extra never hurts. There have been a few times that I've been out and felt like I wasn't doing anything different but watched my fuel gauge drop like a hot potato :eek:


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Ive gotten where mpg dont mean nothing. I fiqure how much fuel is used per hour.just because all terrain is different. I may spend a hour plunking thru woods and really dont go all that far.picking your way thru things time adds up.
 

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[QUOTE Ive gotten where mpg dont mean nothing. I fiqure how much fuel is used per hour.just because all terrain is different. I may spend a hour plunking thru woods and really dont go all that far.picking your way thru things time adds up.[/QUOTE]

Sounds like good advice to me
 
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