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  • Acerbis Fuel Tank Petcock Universal

    Acerbis Fuel Tank Petcock Universal

    Henry in CA

    Acerbis Fuel Tank Petcock Universal

    Does Not Fit on 2006 Kawasaki KLX125L

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  • Acerbis Fuel Tank (NO CA)

    Acerbis Fuel Tank (NO CA)

    Kale in WV

    2009 XR650L

    Installed this tank on my dad's XR650L. Tank looks great once installed. Installation instructions are mediocre. Make sure you have three people with you when you install this bad boy. You need one to hold the bike and two on either side of the tank to spread the tank apart.

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  • Acerbis Fuel Tank

    Acerbis Fuel Tank


    Worth the $200 for desert racing

    Fit my 19 CRF450 Great. It was a pai. To get the bottom screw through the tank shrouds and into the radiator support but fit well overall. Super easy to install as well.

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  • IMS Fuel Tank (NO CA)

    IMS Fuel Tank (NO CA)

    Joel in BC

    Excellent tank- Easy to install more than doubled the range. I’ve gotten 525kms on a tank. The fuel load is carried low and it doesn’t have a huge effect on handling. I was worried that the fuel pump might overheat when the level was below it but I have not had any problems yet even in Moab heat.

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  • Clarke Fuel Tank

    Clarke Fuel Tank

    BRET in CO

    Fitment on 2003 KTM 300 EXC

    In the past, I have had the IMS 3.2 gallon tanks. Those fit with no issues. However, this Clarke version was a royal PITA to fit. The petcock position needs to be turned 90 degrees to fit the hose easily to the carb. As is, the hose must bend very tightly. I tried several ideas, but finally used some Motion Pro hose I had that would make the bend without kinking. The next issue is fitment of the kick starter lever into the gap provided on the tank. Regardless of how I adjusted the lever position, it did not fit seamlessly. It works, but should be better designed for a seamless fit of the lever into the slot on the tank. Fitment of the seat once the tank is installed was another issue. I had to make adjustments to the seat brackets to get it to fit at the rear where the seat bolts go in. You'll note I made no evaluation of the durability. My tank came with what appears to be a gouge in the area where the petcock mounts. I check it for leaks with water, but had yet to put fuel in it or ride it with the tank. So, if that turns out to be a crack and leaks, I'll be sending this tank back for a refund and by an IMS instead.

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  • Tusk Billet Aluminum Gas Cap

    Tusk Billet Aluminum Gas Cap

    Aaron in CA


    Installed and immediately corrected my gas leaking problem. Had a cheapo OEM one that I'm sure the seals were gone on. Ordered this one and was astonished by the pure weight. Thing is billited out of one piece (you have to be careful with some brands and parts, because some say Billet and are multiple pieces. Not Tusk). Went on like a charm. The dongle is difficult to get on but it wont come off immediately

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