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Anyone have any info on the fuel range of an 86 TRX 350 A? My 87 Foreman 350 has a gas gauge, but the 86 does not so just curious if anyone has any info oh the range they get on a tank of fuel.

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Those are always tough questions to answer since it depends on the use and terrain they are used in. The best info i can give for that machine, make sure the petcock is not on reserve when going for a long ride. My 350 doesn't get much use anymore but back in the day I could ride it hard all day and still not switch to reserve.

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2 hours ago, bladams85 said:

Anyone have any info on the fuel range of an 86 TRX 350 A? My 87 Foreman 350 has a gas gauge, but the 86 does not so just curious if anyone has any info oh the range they get on a tank of fuel.

I put an odo kit on my 86; on a couple of very rough rides i got about 17-20 mpg. Steep hills; very rocky 

“your mileage may vary” LOLs 

 

they’re going to be close yes?

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I'll have to check mine ...... I can't recall ever having to swop to reserve, and that's riding all day ... Good post @bladams85

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I've noticed this Rubicon I have drinks the gas when compared to my footshifts. 

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2 hours ago, Goober said:

I put an odo kit on my 86; on a couple of very rough rides i got about 17-20 mpg. Steep hills; very rocky 

“your mileage may vary” LOLs 

 

they’re going to be close yes?

 

 

Thanks! That helps alot! Planning a trip to the U.P. here in MI and was curious. How easy was it to add the odo to your bike? 

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Unfortunately these kits are hard to find in complete condition. Sometimes you can find them used for $200. 
Here’s a pic of new one That sold recently for $400

I recommend you ensure you have a trustworthy petcock 

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