Safari tank (4.5 gal) is pricey for what it is... My ims hold more that 4.6 gal. I took it to clean it to get it ready for a big ride, when I installed it back on I refill it with exactly 4.6 gal on the dial. The gas level still down 3-4 inches to reach the top.
Glad to hear it holds over 4gal.
I know there are lots of graphics kits out there...but I would like some cut specifically to fit the tank, and that don't look like I'm a 16yr old with an MX bike ;)
I have been looking at RIT Dye, and wondering if I could cover a strip with vinyl tape and keep a sight gauge natural colored, while dying the rest of the tank.
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If God invented marathons to keep people from doing anything more stupid, triathlon must have taken Him completely by surprise. P. Z. Pearce
'14 KTM ADV R - '06 DRZ 400
I removed the upper one for a while now, and it doesn't seems to affect anything else. The bottom one I keep. In order to go that route u must keep the chain maintained though (up to specs via owner manual, not to tight or to loose).
Thanks, I'd wondered about that. DR owners are encouraged to remove the top roller regardless, so that'll be old hat for me. Thanks again.
I love my corbin. It is extremely comfortable (after break in). I had them add an additional 3/4" on each side of the seat. One thing I would consider is getting them to put some kind of non-slip seat top on it. I didn't and wished I had.
Is it any improvement for the passenger? Thinking of getting one for my SM.