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Here is my gas mileage log. First tank returned 70.6 US.

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How is it in traffic? Quick enough? Will it handle freeway cruising?
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no it won't work for that kind of stuff
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Won't work for what stuff....
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What octane rating does the owners manual call for? Are you using 87 octane regular gasoline or a high octane with additives?

And if you do look at the owners manual, would you mind sharing what the load capacity is for the bike? How much weight can the bike support with 2 riders?
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What octane rating does the owners manual call for? Are you using 87 octane regular gasoline or a high octane with additives?

And if you do look at the owners manual, would you mind sharing what the load capacity is for the bike? How much weight can the bike support with 2 riders?
Dave ! According to MCNews : Bike weight is 366 wet...carrying capacity is 384 pounds, GVWR is 750 pounds. Hope this answers your question......
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Thank you it does. Are you filling up with regular, mid-grade, or premium gasoline? I use regular (87 octane) in my car as well as my lawn mower. Will that be fine in the CBR250R? Or does Honda recommend a higher octane rating?
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i havent fueled mine yet but at the dealer they told me to run low 90s

i'll check the manual
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Thank you. I would love to have this information given directly out of the owners manual.
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dave, are you getting a bike?
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