I had one for 3 days so i took my 06 800 powertek and the 800 ETEC up to Burkes Falls. My buddy rode my 800 and i was on the new one. First fuel stop the PT was $36 and the ET was $24. next stop was $27 to $18. Out on the lake i followed him until he was WOT, i drove up beside him and then drove away from him. (what ever thats worth). i was impressed because i out wiegh him by alot. The last fuel stop PT was $18 and the ETEC was $9. Oil in in the PT was close to 4 lt and in the ET just under 2lt. I know this isnt very scientific or a controlled comparison but it was good enough that i ordered one the day i took the demo back.
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