Originally Posted by stuser
cool. Yeah well like I said the KLR safari tank makes no difference to the ergonomics, so it comes down to how it affects the handling as well.
That and the fact that the standard tank is 22L, while the safari is only 10L bigger at 32L... $650 for that makes me wonder....
It effects the handling, but a lot less in the tank than strapped on somewhere in a jerrycan or bladder, and has no effect if you don't put the extra 10 l in it. Defo a $lot for 10 l though. Mind you it probably takes more. My supposed 30, or 32 l Safari on my DR takes over 37 l, which is definitely a handy 700 km range.