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RIGS May 18th, 2013 06:14 PM

How much MPG on your 1098 are you getting?
 
I'm getting an average of 31-33 MPG.
I have race ECU and slip on.
Is that right or I should take her to be remapped?

Carbon May 18th, 2013 10:10 PM

2008 1098S full termi and ecu
90-100 miles a tank so about what your getting

-Carbon

Deadgame May 18th, 2013 10:13 PM

+1

knedrag May 18th, 2013 10:16 PM

+1

koolkoreanked May 19th, 2013 05:29 AM

like 20 at the track, 40+ on the highway and 30-36 mix

RIGS May 19th, 2013 10:12 AM

Sup.
Thanks guys.

idrinkbeer May 21st, 2013 10:43 AM

28 hard on the road and have seen 39 on long journey


and that's uk gallons ie 4.5 lts

Cruzian June 5th, 2013 12:35 AM

I was getting about 100 a tank, Termi slip-on with Duc Race ECU. That was until the local hacks did my 15k service and now I'm lucky to get 75mi. So it's certainly possible to massively screw up the trim if the tech does not know what they are doing. I still need to get it to a reputable shop and get it FIXED following it's service by the (now of out business) local Ducati dealer.

I say, if you suspect it's out of trim, have them spend 30 minutes and put the sniffer on it and see. My understanding is that there are CO trims (need the uber-dollar Ducati tool to adjust it). Just something to think about.

EL Twin June 5th, 2013 04:47 AM

19Km/L cruising and 12Km/L if I'm riding it like the devil was chasing me. That's 54mpg or 34mpg based on the Aussie gallon of 4.6L. Or 41mpg and 25mpg based on US Gallon.

219R June 5th, 2013 04:53 AM

How about the mpg for a 1098R on the track?

Bob Ramsbottom

rubbish June 5th, 2013 05:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ELTWIN (Post 696337)
19Km/L cruising and 12Km/L if I'm riding it like the devil was chasing me. That's 54mpg or 34mpg based on the Aussie gallon of 4.6L. Or 41mpg and 25mpg based on US Gallon.

you guys have your own "gallon" unit of measure?? why do you Aussies have to always be so different? :rolleyes:

pat1098 June 5th, 2013 06:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 219R (Post 696338)
How about the mpg for a 1098R on the track?

Bob Ramsbottom

You'll get fuck all, is what you'll get. US or Imperial gallons.

:D

pat1098 June 5th, 2013 06:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rubbish (Post 696341)
you guys have your own "gallon" unit of measure?? why do you Aussies have to always be so different? :rolleyes:

Just in case you WEREN'T joking - the whole world uses/used the Imperial gallon, the US (smaller) gallon is the odd one out.

Although nowadays most of the world is metric, including Australia. We still use terms like MPG (and BHP) because they were current in our early lives. We changed over to metric in the '70s, but it took a while to set in.

Only you guys and maybe some close neighbours use the US gallon.

Although you probably use more than the rest of us..

:naughty:

dr_g_2006 June 5th, 2013 06:47 AM

There was a time when I got 200 miles on one take mine is a stock 1098 with 91 octan no ethan in the gas in oklahoma that was new for me at 3,000 miles now at 7,000 on 89 octan I'm getting around 175 miles on one tank that is 65 mph and 75mhp now when I get on it Round 160 mph and go for a couple of miles like that it gets around 150 miles to a tank the hight the octan the better you get and driven style I live in the panhandle so I do t do any city driven if I do it like 10 miles to the gal it seamse like lol

rubbish June 5th, 2013 10:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pat1098 (Post 696354)
Just in case you WEREN'T joking - the whole world uses/used the Imperial gallon, the US (smaller) gallon is the odd one out.

Although nowadays most of the world is metric, including Australia. We still use terms like MPG (and BHP) because they were current in our early lives. We changed over to metric in the '70s, but it took a while to set in.

Only you guys and maybe some close neighbours use the US gallon.

Although you probably use more than the rest of us..

:naughty:

Pat, I was being sarcastic, hence the sarcasm icon :rolleyes:. I said that because the US is the one that's always different in these ways (though it started in England). As a European native and an engineer, the US units of measure piss me off! They're so random...make no sense at all. They need to change to SI already like everyone else...there's a reason everyone uses the metric system! Props to Australia for converting over :yo: From what I've been told the US was very close to changing sometime in the 70s or 80s, but then the bill was denied by the president at the time, and nobody has tried since.


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