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I just bought my 10r and I'm trying to figure out how to see how much gas is currently have in my tank?
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post #2 of 4 Old 03-06-2017, 11:11 AM
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Cody! I'd fill up and go by the odo. You should be good for about 120 miles or so, though to be fair I don't know the actual range of your bike. Someone else will chime in I'm sure.

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I just bought my 10r and I'm trying to figure out how to see how much gas is currently have in my tank?
there is no gauge on the zx10r to tell you.. it does have the yellow light on the gauge cluster will flash when it low... other than that open the top and look in and you will see the gas if it close to full.

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Cody! I'd fill up and go by the odo. You should be good for about 120 miles or so..
I currently go by the number of weeks between fill ups

For some reason, even though I can smell fuel on myself as the bike is running pretty rich at the moment, the amount of fuel is lasting longer in the ZX10R with a 17 litre tank than it did on my Z1000SX with a 19 litre tank.

Perhaps I'm riding the 10R more like a pu$$y
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