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    Fuel consumption..?

    The bike stops when the fuel runs out.
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    2013 Honda CBR500, approx 17L tank, according to my trip meter I get about 3.2L/100km. Can get 400km to tank but I usually fill up at 1 to 2 bars left on the fuel gauge before I get the single bar flash.
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    Ducati 848evo

    Spirited riding:

    With chain lube ~110km from full tank ~16ltrs.
    With WD40 only on chain ~150kms from full tank ~16ltrs.

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    2010 Z1000, roughly 200k's to 13L of fuel in town or the twisties, 250km on the highway.
    2014 Duke 390, 220-250k to 8.5L of fuel, if you're realllllly hammering it only 180-200k to the same L.
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    CBR1000RR: 239km to reserve
    CBR600RR: 255km to reserve

    Mostly commute for those.
    The 600 has a 1L bigger tank. Reserve seems to be about 12-12.5L in on both bikes.
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    With Ducati you can measure fuel consumption by smell.
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