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Oh yeah wasn't complaining either just compiling informationThat sounds about right, I assume KTM has built in some error factor so the fuel pump doesn't run dry. Remember, this is a submerged pump and it uses the fuel to keep itself from overheating in the tank like all vehicles with submerged pumps. Having to pull what little fuel left in the tank through the filter sock at the end of the pump also creates a bunch of air and the ecu has to adjust for it going lean-rich, lean-rich, etc.
Just replaced my fuel pump in my classic '85 Supra last week, it shows empty on the gauge (with low fuel light on) but I pulled out another 2 gallons of fuel, that kept the fuel sock fully-submerged and the pump had about a quarter inch of fuel covering its bottom section.