another alu tank for the BRP

from Italy,

easy fit, 7,0 litres

CRF 2004 shrouds

350,00 Euros + shipping

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nice...where's the coolant overflow?

removed...

I like the rear footpeg setup :)

Sweet lookin'!

NO WAY am I gettin on the BACK of that thing! :):)

That is one beautiful bike and I don't even like motard that much! :)

this is the stock rear footpeg setup for Italy

does this company make custom aluminum fuel tanks?

Looks pretty cool :) But no ones opened up the side cover yet...... :)

does this company make custom aluminum fuel tanks?

sure..

www.blitalia.com

do you think that holes are "a must" ?

Where can I get more details ? :)

The site is in Italian (At least I think it is Italian) http://www.blitalia.com/

How do you set up a purchase? Send them an e-mail?

7 Liter is 1.84 gallon so this tank would lighten up Mrs Piggy :) and stop the decal from bubbling off the tank :D .

Do they make a cool looking tank for a 97 XR600? If so how much in US $$ :)

Thanks, Mitch

I think there is nothing available for the XR 600R..

But I think that they can build something if you make a group order.. 3 or 4 at least..

I also tried to contact them but the 'contacti email' thing dont work...

They need an english page!

I will call them on 'il telephono'

Thanks for the link atreiu :)

Pleas put your findings back on here...I may order 3-4 XR-600 tanks and then just sell the ones I don't need...How much US money is 350 euros ? :)

Thanks, mitch

1 EUR = 1.20324 USD

so 350.00 EUR = 421.136 USD

As of mid-market rates as of 2005.06.23 19:29:22 UTC

do you think that holes are "a must" ?

They are if you're looking for the most power. But it looks like you've got the stock exhaust on there. Once you do the pipe, open up the side panel and put an airbox vane (batwing) in. You'll see what I mean...

That bike is not mine..

I also own a BRP with the same alu tank and shrouds.

I'm waiting from USA an Edelbrock QS and a RS3 Yoshimura pipe....

I already own an "Arrow" stainless steel headpipe

Actually I'm doing a fork conversion, I have an Upside Down fork from a VOR (Paioli-Kayaba) I think I'll try that fork next week.. (I hope)

I know what is a bat wing...

But I need to know if is possible to find on the web the dimension of that wing.. I want to try to make by myself..

thanks

They are if you're looking for the most power. But it looks like you've got the stock exhaust on there. Once you do the pipe, open up the side panel and put an airbox vane (batwing) in. You'll see what I mean...

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