IN WHAT Country , they sell this not just in UK.
and they all do not have the same tank. some are 5.2Gallons.
ok moved you out of computers,. to Motorcycles
and deleted you email ,
do not post your email in public unless 1000 spams a day for 100 years is fun. or far far worse. (then then phish you and bam)
not sure the question so will answer both.
1: mpg wrong,
2; WHAT IS THE RESERVE gallons missing in the book.
ok MC 101
Are motorcycles new to you ,(ive owned too many to count)
back to 1965 in fact, even had a real Triumph TR6 car (pure love there)
865cc twin. guessing 35mpg. 45mpg on long trips.
2.5 gallons . (30x2.5=75miles)
and 2.5gal would be 30mpg, and would be normal in the city or lots of fast stop and go.
4.4 gallons tank.
below is the reports but is real bad, folks do MPG wrong.
small tanks make MPG super hard to calc. unlike 20 in a car.
the cure is learning to average 3 tanks.
total fuel gal, and total miles, then divide.
OR RESERVE; where is it?
does your tank have fuel lever? bottom left is traditional
or is your question really where is the reserve point that
is missing in all online spec.. and in the book.
over filling the small tanks by overriding the auto station nozzle shut off , makes MPG seem low.
The low fuel lamp will illuminate
approximately 3.5 litre
s of fuel remaining in
the tank. (near 1 gallon almost)
I am now reading your manual. and it's in Europe somewhere,
and no clues as to reserve point.
did you read your manual to see how any reserve works the book has no such word in the manual.
no EFI fuel pump likes running dry, so I bet dollars to donuts they don't make that easy.
This the early warning light. (just like modern cars)
never run one dry. the pump is fuel cooled and fuel lubricated, is why.
that is all on fuel . tell what is the problem, your post is only a hint.
ok? good luck, and ride safe.