I would reinstall the OEM carb and check mileage and go from thereAs the title states, im on a 2017 KLR650. I got the bike with about 750 miles, and through about 1k miles of riding I noticed that it was getting pretty low MPG. This was with no mods that would affect mileage, and I would typically get around 160 miles range with the oem 6 gal tank. I now have an IMS 10 gal tank and a Lectron Carb, and though I haven't truly annotated enough data to really pin down some MPG numbers, it is appearing that the bike is still guzzling an unusual amount of gas. I dont ride crazy and I have put a fair amount of highway miles on it cruising around 5-5.5k rpms. When I had the lectron installed, I made it known to have the air/fuel tuned a tad bit on the leaner side because I already had a bad experience with the bad mpg on the stock gear. Also, the idle is about 1500 +/- 200 depending on if its warmed up. Any advice on how to get to where it should be at? Which I think is easily 45 mpg and could reasonably be 50.