But then your bike's engine has performed fewer revolutions per km travelled than would normally be the case. Sounds like a selling point to me.Good point JNO. That odo inaccuracy can work in your favor tho. I'm about to advertise my bike for sale with 13% less K's on the clock than it's actually travelled. Sneaky eh.
Running that super tall gearing combo has paid off twice - improved fuel economy and a lower mileage on the clock. Gonna be dam hard sleeping straight in bed at night tho.
You could also explain how the engine in your bike was running at lower rpm than other bikes during all those hours you had the throttle pinned to the stop. Then again, maybe not. :angel: