Pics of the 05 with the Clarke 2.8

Notes on the GYTR tanks:

Buy longer fuel lines

buy a brass barbed t connection

silicone seal the fuel petcocks

silicone the the fast break or top aluminum flange cap

soak the O- ring under cap and let it swell then cut off the excess and silicone in the o-ring material.

Tank is real good but the accessories around it are cheap. :cry:

I would be interested in a gas tank that re-distributes the gas weight lower w/o

increasing the volume.

In other words, same volume, lower center of gravity.

Dan??

No offense dude, but that tank is yellow from the factory... I have seen many natural tanks and they are more white than that... was that under yellow lights?? Just curious since I am int he market for a bigger tank for my YZ250...

That tank is as white as natural can be, if you want a white tank i think IMS sells a white colored one.

I just got my clarke yesterday and I can't say enough about the quality of their product

I am glad I seen this thread with this tank because I would have probably waited for a IMS in the mail.

I would be interested in a gas tank that re-distributes the gas weight lower w/o

increasing the volume.

In other words, same volume, lower center of gravity.

Dan??

MathProf, The IMS really carries the weight down low but it's bigger than stock. I don't know of any other 2.1 tanks that carries a lower CG. I doubt that anyone would make such a beast considering most 03-05 WR owners would most likely look for a larger tank.. :cry: Dan

The tank is natural/white. My lights in my shop have a yellow tint. Fit and finish is very good, Much better quality than IMS. . I have had both..And less money...Smitty

...The only drag, my 3.1 IMS yellowed from using race gas, now it looks horrible..:cry: ...

The natural tanks will eventually yellow no matter what kind of gas you use. I've never used race gas and my 3 year old natural Clark tank has become quite yellow. But you can still see the fuel level so it's still good.

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