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    2016 ultra 310x fuel consumption question

    At the pump I can't seem to get more then 16 gallons of fuel into the tank .. When it shows I have 1 block left .. the beeping sounds .. shows low fuel on the dash board and its flashing .. How many actual gallons of fuel is left inside the tank b4 I'm dead in the water ?? How long can I expect to ride at any speed b4 its completely out of gas ?? Any help is appreciated .. I keep trying to run it down but I admit .. I'm scared to run out of fuel


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    And b4 any1 says anything I can only find past threads based on 300's .. I see nothing about fuel consumption on 310's

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    if you get a deep fuel pickup from r&d, you can get up to 22 gallons filled to the brim. Not sure with the oem fuel pickup though.

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    You'll have 6-7 gallons left before your fuel alarm goes off so it goes off when you have consumed 13-14 gal on it 20.6 tank..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stx90O View Post
    if you get a deep fuel pickup from r&d, you can get up to 22 gallons filled to the brim. Not sure with the oem fuel pickup though.
    Deep pickup makes no difference to talk about on the 300/310

    stock setup can get down to 1.5>2 gallons left easy

    dont waste your money.
    20.6 gallon tank + approx 1.5 >2 gallons overfill and filler neck
    low fuel buzzer comes in very early , giving you approx 1/3 in reserve



    Waz

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    dont ever waste your money on the deep fuel pick up no matter what anyone tells you its not needed. ive used it on my older skis and it makes no difference. the difference is raising the front of the ski when you fill it otherwise it creates an air pocket in the tank. i can run my ski bone dry on a ride without the scammed pickup and refill to 82-83ltrs to the brim. remember the 78lt stated is with an air space.

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    U guys are fabulous .. Yep 14 gallons is what I got my 1st ride and the second the beep sounded I was at the dock within 5 min .. So 6 gallons at most left in the tank .. The 1st thing I learned about this ski is .. It is very very different then all the previous years .. Even a 2015 .. I appreciate everything from every1 .. Very much

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    And yea I always burp it by shaking the ski when it's visible in the fuller tube .. It can be messy if ur not skilled at it but u gotta be focused and fast .. I get every drop I can inside of it so I wanna get every drop I can out of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHC View Post
    If you care i have one ski the buzzer goes off with 9 gallons left hahahaha
    Usable 7 Gallons in the Belly w/ Buzzer . . . 250, 260, 300, 310. Case Closed. JB

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