you might need a cleaning and a sync eric. do you have seafoam down underOk that it. The evidence is in. My wing needs the carby synchronised. And it had better play ball. I saw it this way.
1/ honda 250 at 60 mph = 48 mpg.A best of 70 mpg
2/ honda 700 at 70 mph = 42 mpg.A best of 48 mpg
3/ honda 1200 at 60 mph =38 mpg. A best of 40mpg
Taking into account the 1200 has more weight on it and pushes more wind that 38 mpg wasn't too bad. I don't mind humble pie if there is more mpg there to get and maybe a couple of more horse to whip up a storm. It may take awhile but I will get back to you with my findings. Eric
Most of us run 87 octane. Recently my John Deere mower stopped working. Took to my mechanic and he said it had water in the fuel and carb. He recommended a mid grade; said it had less corn in it. Wonder if I should bump up to perhaps 89 octane on my Wing? So far 87 has worked for me but I ride at least once a week and usually burn t least a tank so my fuel doesn't sit up.I'm a newbie to Wings and I have a 2000 1500se, on the highway @70mph I'm averaging 42mpg, with 91 octane 10% eth . What octane should i be running? I had an st1100 and I always ran 91 octane in it. Thanks!