Approximately how many gallon gas tanks? With the 1915cc motor approximately how many MPG do you think I can get?
Probably 10 U.S. gallons (I think it might be actually 10.6?). Mileage will depend on how the 1915 was built, how well it's tuned, how the transaxle is geared, what size tires are on the car and how you drive it. 15-20 mph around town, 20-30 mph on the highway.
Depending on all the factors mentioned above, it could do better or it could do worse, but what I gave you should be in the ballpark. Al
Mileage varies with the age of the driver.
If you're under 60, the car will need to stop more often than you.
Over 60, it's the other way around.
Mitch, according to the Federal Highway Administration your actual age mileage may very. Some older driver have been know to drive very hard and fast. 100 miles per tank, 150 miles per tank highway is the rule I follow given the precise accuracy of our gas gauges. 17mpg/24mpg.
If it's got Kadrons, it won't do as well as Webers. Kads will get less than 20 mpg, Webers (well set up) will get 25+.
I used to average 25-30, depending on conditions and speed. I could do 200 miles on a tank, but would almost always stop around 150.
Thanks for the info guys, now I feel I can drive it out in the country a bit. Just have to pack a can of fix a flat, since there is no spare, and of course Hagerty's phone number.
I carry those things and a small jerry can of gas; my gas gauge is all over the map when the fuel level gets around ⅓ .
My around town mileage is about 18 and freeway driving at about 3000 to 3500 rpm is about 25 mpg on aCB Performance 1915cc dual 40mm Weber engine.