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Old 30 July 2004, 04:18   #21
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Originally Posted by timofengland
Maybe I'm going further than I think....
bilge rat did it not the GPS one tank was run untill dry spot marked and
then we worked out how far we had gone using the one tank
most of that day was spent at full speed which is 28 knots so ithink that very good


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Old 30 July 2004, 05:27   #22
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Originally Posted by Daniel TD5
i get 65 miles from my 25L tank
Stop you're making me sick ! Think I'll start another thread about larger engine fuel consumption.

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Old 30 July 2004, 13:24   #23
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I went from Gt Yarmouth to Lowestoft today, two people on board. When we got there we buzzed around for a little while, and used the ringo.
I would say I covered about 25 miles, and my fuel tank is about 2/3 empty. Again, I am working this out using my head rather than GPS so my calculations might not be accurate.

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