Clarke Tank Q's


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  • ASternad

Posted July 08, 2010 - 10:59 AM

#1

I know this has been beat to death, but most posts are a year old.

1. I've read the Clarke is wider at the knees than a IMS or Stock, how much?
2. can you run a underbar scotts stablizer with a Clarke?
3. Can you run the existing petcock or does it need to be replaced with a 06 version?
4. Anyone using the Clarke in tight woods / single track applicaitons? what's your experiance with it?
5. Who has a Clarke that wishes they went IMS?

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  • rkwfxd1

Posted July 08, 2010 - 07:34 PM

#2

I know this has been beat to death, but most posts are a year old.

1. I've read the Clarke is wider at the knees than a IMS or Stock, how much?
2. can you run a underbar scotts stablizer with a Clarke?
3. Can you run the existing petcock or does it need to be replaced with a 06 version?
4. Anyone using the Clarke in tight woods / single track applicaitons? what's your experiance with it?
5. Who has a Clarke that wishes they went IMS?


1> Really? I did not notice
2> I don't know. I don't run a stabilizer.
3> Yes but it is backwards and you have to use a longer hose. I replaced mine with an 06 version - much cleaner imo and worth the $25.
4> No but I prefer tight technical desert trails when I can find them. I don't even notice the tank.
5> Very happy with the Clarke. I would do it again.

Extra points
6> It works with radiator guards.
7> It works with stock shrouds.

  • Eric@ScottsPerformance

Posted July 09, 2010 - 12:09 PM

#3

Asternad-
The only Clarke tank that I know of that presents a problem with a damper is the RM250's and a new version CR500 tank they have made. Clarke has typically ordered damper mount kits from us when they design a tank so they can make sure fitment is not a problem.
Saying that, I know of no IMS tank that has a problem with a damper fitment.
Thanks-
Eric Vargo
Scotts Performance
818-248-6747




 
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