Oh Scottie, my first thought when reading your post was, "Deep thoughts by Jack Handy" sorry dude, can't help myself. Roverman.
<Thought Of The Day>I could get so much better mileage if I if I just rode "normally", I bet you in the realms 65-70mpg. My bike has plenty of torque. It takes little effort or throttle to get the bike up to speed in a timely manner. But yet I find myself cracking the throttle at every stoplight, even though a quarter throttle is more than sufficient to do the job. But what fun would that be? I mean sure it is still fun just putting along, and sometimes I do. But when you have gobs of Vinatge Torque idling in your fist, it's hard to NOT put it to work. So life truly is full of decisions. Do I get better mpg's and not fill up as often or do I enjoy the power to be had? I will now call this trade off the MFR, Mileage to Fun Ratio. Scottie J
I have a car port, better than nothing I guess.