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woodsk

larger tank for '04

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I'm going to be getting my 450 plated and selling my already plated 400. Before I l let the 400 go I want to get the 450 set up for some long hauls. I have the carke 3.3 tank on the 400 which gives a me a nice range but I belive (and it could just be in my head) that it is contributing to some of the top heavy feel. So before I put the same tank on my 450 I wanted some of your thoughts on the other tanks. IMS , acerbis , maier anyone have one they really like on an '04

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I'm looking for some info as well for my '04. Looking at the IMS 3.0, and whatever else is out there. I'm not looking for the biggest, just for something a little more then stock.

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Just for your information, Clarke only makes a 2.8 gallon tank for the 03, 04 & 05 WRs. That is just 2 tenths of a gallon more than stock, not worth $175.00 for that small amount IMO.

IMS is said not to drain all the way because of the design, plus the right side petcock is only a gnats eyebrow from the header pipe. It is 3.1 gallons.

The Acerbis /GYT-R tank is 3.3 gallons and has a decent gap between the right side petcock and the header pipe but sits taller so it has a slightly top heavy feel. With the 03 & 04 you will need YZ shrouds on any of the after market tanks. I understand on the 05s you can use WR shrouds also. :naughty:

Jim

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I have the 3.1 IMS on my WR and the right petcock rubs against the head pretty good. It also rubbed on the left side just not as bad. I never got it down low enough to see if it would utilize the fuel on the lower right side of the tank. I have since taken it off mainly because of the rubbing problem. The overall feel was pretty good, it definitely kept the weight low but it did feel a little wider than the stock setup, but not much.

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