Originally Posted by Jarno123
Auxiliary tanks in addition with a Safari tank (or similar)? Or would that be overkill? I can imagine that having a capacity of 1000 km's is nice but it seems like a lot to me
*edit obviously I would have a Safari tank installed, buy maybe you don't
No, I don't have Safari tanks! You're right, surely the Safari tanks would be enough by themselves!
Originally Posted by Qwik
12+ gallons in my safari tanks last night. That extra space on back with the 2-1 is great for a tool tube. As for necessary mods, I love the sound and weight savings of the single exhaust. I added CJs peg extensions and Rox risers and a Renazco seat. Three of my favorite mods
I have the peg extensions and BRP risers and Scott's stearing damper, but not the seat. I may do the seat sometime.
Originally Posted by BykBoy
I made a tool tube out of my original LHS can after I switched to a Ramus 2-1:
Open can with nothing inside:
Used the original end and plugged the opening from the inside to prevent water from getting in:
I put a spare front tube, a tool roll, and a tire repair kit in it. It's very convenient.
Was considering using the original RHS can for a fuel, but ended up giving it to my friend so he can make a tool tube out of it too.
That is fantastic! Making me consider going to 2 to 1.
Related to that, aren't the cats in the mufflers not the pipes?