Yes. So I was on my way to home from work. At this point i had 172 miles on my tank. Since in my previous gas tank fillup i was able to drive 164.2 miles and filled the tank with 2.574 gallons, i divided the amount 164.2/2.574 = 63.79mpg. At this point I knew that the tank was 2.9 gallons so 2.9*63.79= 184.99. Theoretically i should be able to travel 185 miles on the entire tank, and since i knew there would be a lot of gas stations along the freeway i decided to test it. by the time i hit the 185 miles i was very near a couple of gas stations. so when i felt that the tank was about to dry out i got out of the freeway and went into the gas station. How did i feel the gas was empty? Ive done this before. When the bike is about to go out of gas it does some kind of a hicup where the bike briefly stops accelerating and then continues. This hicup occurred to me some where around 185.5 miles. im not exactly sure, and there is when i decided to get out the freeway and fill the tank. so when i filled the tank i was at 186.6 miles on the tank and 39.1 on the reserve. and filled it with 3.014 gals (again, i spilled an insignificant amount. and i tried to fill it as much as i possibly could.)
Anyways, I would also advice against doing this because of the fuel injection thing, but I was just too curious and wanted to know the limits of my bike under my performance.