Is that a 4x4?Greybrick wrote:I purchased an 07 S model a couple of months ago, no issues or problems so far. I've been looking at ways to improve fuel economy and am currently getting around 21/25 city/hwy mpgs.
Thanks for the link. I plugged in the 9.4l/100km you gave and came up with 30.05mpg. I then plugged in 30.05mpg and came up with 7.83l/100km.Greybrick wrote:Here's the conversion site that I use Steve;
I couldn't tell you how many times I plugged in numbers & SWEAR I chose the US measure, but obviously not. So now I'm banging my head against the wall. All I can say is congrats on having the best mileage of any Pathie owner out there (at least in forum land)! I still don't understand how, as all of your modifications/improvements/removals should not have caused that much of a jump in mileage. I posted in another thread that the best mileage I've had so far, 20.5 mpg, happened while driving about 85mph, a couple hundred pounds of gear in the back, and 2 16' kayaks on the upper rack. Conspiracy?Greybrick wrote:Hi Steve,
the eforecourt mpg/L conversion site has a switch in the middle that changes it for use with Imperial or US gallons.
There were a couple of other posts here from members who had upsized their tires, only to find that the speedo & odometer were then accurate. From what was posted, their stock tires weren't accurate with the odometer. Did you ever have a chance to verify the accuracy of the stock readings? I'm just really curious, as I've heard of the discrepancy from a few different people now.Greybrick wrote:Tires are stock General Grabbers, 245-75R-16's run at max side wall of 44 psi.