Fuel storage containers and accessories that are designed for the powersports user.
CHRIS in MT
WAY EASIER TO POUR INTO GAS TANKRead All Reviews
David in CA
Kolpin is the standard, but I find the spout mechanism problematic to keep sealed. First, you *can* store the spout inside the can, no issue there. But the seal made using the cap to the can has to be just right or you have seepage. It depends on a perfect mating of two angled surfaces and I had to smooth a mold mark out to begin with. I can never get that perfect seal, so I always seep gas slightly. Dust coats it and keeps it from being a hazard, but they need to work on their spout design a bit more. On the good side - I use the Jr. to just have some spare gas "just in case" on day rides; the larger packs would be a better choice for long trips. It does allow me the option of having two gas packs or one gas and one water - good flexability.Read All Reviews
JAMES in CO
This hose stays flexible and compliant much longer than other types of fuel line. Much like O.E.M. fuel line, this stuff doesn't turn rock hard after being exposed to fuel for a few months. Have used this product with ethanol pump gas (E10), 100LL Avgas, and Sunoco 110 leaded race gas with no problems.Read All Reviews