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Here are some generic tips for increasing mileage: clean filters: air and fuel filters become restrictive when they get dirty. Clean them or replace them, depending on your engine's design. clean fluids: a happy engine is an efficient engine. Frequent oil changes help. spark plugs: inspect them and replace them when necessary. They set your fuel on fire, ...


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The most likely explanations would be either 1) a loose connection, or 2) if the moped has a self-resetting circuit breaker (instead of a fuse) in the headlight circuit, then perhaps there is an overload. The first possibility would most likely be set off by vibrations, so you might think about when the light goes out and see if you notice a pattern – does ...


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There are a few things to consider when changing lighting: 1) Draw on electrical system The draw should ideally be equal to the existing bulb. If it's greater, then you need to make sure the wiring is of a sufficient gauge to handle the load. Drawing more than the existing wires can handle is dangerous. Best case scenario you'll blow a fuse and your new ...


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Thinner the tyre, lesser the friction with the ground,so lesser energy to move the vehicle and so better mileage. However....it is not recommended, the bike manufacturers will not recommend to move to thinner tyres as bikes are only tested with the stock supplies and insurance companies may not accept any claims incase of any accident


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Anticipate the road more. There is no point rushing up to a light that is red, or is likely to go red real soon. Idling stopped is 0 km/l so avoid idling in traffic... pick times of the day where the traffic is not going to be stopped. (assuming your location disallows lane splitting) Contentious one, avoid engine braking. Use the handbrakes more. Of ...


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