And out of curiosity, do you remember how many liters it took when re-filling? that would give you a more realistic consumption figure.Hello.
I did 291 km (181 miles) with a full tank.
the range indicator was at 5 km (3 miles).
90 % was 105 -110 km/h (65 -68 mp/h)
no to bad for 11 lte reservoir.
It may be possible to damage the fuel pump by running the tank dry. But I did that 4 times on my old F800GS to no ill effect. So I’d have no problem running it dry on this bike either. My guess is you’d have to run it dry and then crank the starter for some extended amount of time to do any damage.Just a friendly reminder that you do not want to be running the tank all the way empty. The fuel pump motor is lubricated by the gasoline and running it dry will damage the motor in short order....
Well, most of the reports, if you read the posts in this thread where this topic was discussed a while ago:https://www.g310rforum.com/forum/297-bmw-g310-mileage-fuel-economy/3057-fuel-range-calculation.html, were stating that once near 0KM on the range, we fill somewhere in the 8-9 liters. That was making me think that this tank was not really 11liter after all... but then there was at least one exception where someone put 10.89 liter! (this post specifically: https://www.g310rforum.com/forum/50034-post15.html)Thanks Heap, that's indeed the question. Was anyone ever able to put in 11 liters when the range remaining showed 0 or close to 0 kms left? Inquiring minds want to know!