yes it's a 1000 CC [like all of the 1000's a few less rounded up]
on long outings if your camping and such your load will reduce you fuel milage as well as the speed average you travel, when empty I see 120 usually miles a tank filled full to top of neck. on long cross country runs on mixed terrane pulling a trailer more in the 85-90 range per tank and in real tuff terrane steep rocky heavy rutted more like 75 miles again with trailer in tow.
with a group and splitting up the loads so every one is about the same it helps overall milage. as well as those with heavier springs get a bit more load.
the singles in the group usually get a slight bit better 10-20 miles better . some 30
My carbed 650 gets between 10 and 15, depending on what I'm doing with it. When on the trails and the gauge hits the 3rd bar from the bottom, I get nervous and start looking for a gas station or pop in my 5 gallon jug I carry if out in the boonies. Ain't ran out yet, don't want to test or trust the gauge.
New to the forum. I have a 2011 700HDX Prowler I cant seem to be able to find the spark plug on it. It wont start and changing the plug is what is suggested.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
I have a 2009 flatbed model that won’t start without starting fluid when it hasn’t been used for a couple days. The fuel pump does its normal thing of coming on for a few seconds when the key is turned on. Replaced the fuel filter with a see through one and it seems like there is a fair amount...