I will be interested if my mpg's improve. I have been getting a consistent 78 mpg on regular gas.
It's a good thing the Royal Enfield's don't have a knock sensor.All of the normal "ticks" and "tacks" and "clicks" and "clacks" would drive it out of its mind.
I find most of my bikes have run a bit smoother on premium but there was no noticeable power increase.Scott
saint45:Another thing to consider if you have not already done it is to disconnect the side stand safety switch.If the switch is slightly defective or if the side stand is moving up and down as you ride it can cause the computer to decide the side stand is down.This will temporary kill all electrical power to the ignition.The wiring connector for this side stand switch is located on the frame on the left side right behind the engine.Unplugging the connector will disable the switch.Warning: With this switch disconnected, the motorcycle will start and run normally even though the side stand is left down.If the side stand is left down and you ride off of a fast drop off (like a curb) the stand will hit the ground and high side you off the right side of the bike.Also, in my opinion, it is not a good idea to run the engine with the bike resting on the side stand. Most of the oil will be over in the left side case so there is a possibility of the oil pickup tube sucking air into the lube pump.Figuring this switch was just another safety device that could fail at a moments notice and I could live without that sort of problem I disconnected mine several months ago.So far I have made it a point to always raise the side stand before I turn on the key to start the bike so my bike hasn't been down yet.