Whiskerfish wrote:Pete IRT the original observation I can not believe that Throttle setting is directly reflective of fuel economy. I think that is only part of the equation. Physics would require that steady state RPM has to be directly related to air flow and in these setups that has to correspond to fuel flow as well right? So more rpm at a steady load/ acceleration state would require more air flow and as a by product more fuel???
RAT wrote:snip.......Just to confuse the issue a bit more .... I've always noticed better MPH on an 1100 than on a 1000.
robin1731 wrote:RAT wrote:snip.......Just to confuse the issue a bit more .... I've always noticed better MPH on an 1100 than on a 1000.
What about MPG?
Yeah, the 1100's do get better gas mileage than the 1000.
Psycrow wrote:Not to hijack the thread but while we are discussing RPM at speed is it normal for my 1100 to be reving at almost 5000 rpm at 70mph?
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