never mind. I searched and found a link, but I don't see my bike. I'll have to just find specs. on the size of my tank and run it dry to the reserve, which might be a little dangerous depending on where it happens, but it'll give me a better idea of how many miles I get until the reserve.
Other people will search and find this thread. For their benefit, you should post the link you found.
Why not fill the tank, them empty it into a bucket and measure how much came out to find your capacity? Then you just need to find your MPG, which is easy to do the same way everyone does it, by dividing miles driven since last fill by gallons put in.
Harley posts theirs, and I think Suzuki is starting to make theirs easier to see as well. Yamaha wants you to call them to obtain the info. In any case, the numbers are a little less than trustworthy though. It is an EPA-mandated and standardized test that allows the manufacturers to get the numbers, but it measures through emissions, not actual fuel consumption, and so it's really not terribly accurate.
'67 Mustang - out of commission after an accident
'00 Echo - DD
'11 Kia Rio - Wife's DD
'09 Harley Nightster - 48mpg and 1/4 miles in the 12's