@shocker92For those of you who have done the Barons or Scootworks Pulley upgrade, have you noticed a difference in your MPG as well? What was the difference?
Mod will no pay for itself in gas. It will pay in fatigue reducing factor and enjoyment. Less RPM = less high-frequency vibration. The change in final drive is 11.6% so you cruise rather than race. It is a different bike after the mod for sure. These bikes were designed for riding around town, but this mod turns them in to long distance highway cruiser. (B in "Classic B" stands for "boulevard")I am planning on going on a trip that will have me doing almost 8 hours of riding for 2 days straight. Debating on if I should get these, so I was mainly wondering if they would end up paying for themselves gas savings wise but it doesn't seem like that would be likely. Well at least not until like 40,000 miles.
That is an excellent point by the way. The faster you go the thicker the air. The thicker the air the more work one needs to overcome it, thus more fuel to burn.at 85 mph you are worried about fuel mileage ?????,