Oh,ok! How do I run 40.1 honey? And if I ride her faster than 22mph will that hurt her motor honey??!!

riding the engine at close to top speed will not hurt the engine and may improve your mileage. To determine how many ounces to add for a certain ratio, divide the number of ounces in a gallon by the larger number in the ratio. for example, there are 128 ounces to a gallon. the larger number in 40:1, obviously, is 40. 128 divide by 40 = 3.2. Therefore, 3.2 ounces of oil added to a gallon is a mix ratio of 40:1. for a half gallon, divide 128 by the larger number in the ratio and then divide the result by 2. 3.2 divide by 2 is 1.6. So adding 1.6 ounces of oil to a half gallon is also 40:1. However I should also point out that 2.5 liters is roughly two thirds of a gallon, not half a gallon. So if you have a 2.5 liter tank, adding about 2 ounces of oil to a tank is close to 40:1. 32:1 is 4 ounces to a gallon, so for a 2.5 liter tank, thats just a little less than 3 ounces of oil. it would be easier to buy a one gallon fuel container and add the proper amount of oil to a gallon of gas and fill your tank with that.

Here's a fun little calculator. http://www.csgnetwork.com/oilfuelcalc.html there is no problem going faster. You'll know you're going too fast when the motor starts shaking real bad. That shaking is rough on the motor's bearings.

Post a pic and tons of guys with bikes will show up at your door from all over the country! LOL I'm headed to Iowa in march, looking forward to that ride!!!

I live in Nova Scotia, Canada. Riding my MB this month of May 2014, I get appox 80 kms to a tank of gas which is 2.5 litres or 2/3 of a gallon of gas. This is equivalent to 50 miles per tank of gas or 99.42 miles to the gallon. Pretty good if you ask me !!