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hedgehorn

larger fuel tank

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I am looking to increase my range on my 01' xr650r. I see there are a few different tanks available but would like to know if there is a favorite? one that is built better than the rest or fits better? I would like to go with something that is 4 gallons or a little more. Thanks in advance :)

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I have the IMS 4.6 tank. No complaints at all. Plus IMS has great customer service when talking with them directly. I also run their foot pegs. BRP also sell their products and I am real happy with BRP (Billet Racing Products) but the choice is yours as some like the Clarke tank.

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How much is the Aqualine tank?

Is it just one size?

Any issues with it?

Does it come in clear?

Do they make tanks for other bikes?

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If you do a search on this forum you'll find this is a weekly question with the same responses...

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IMS 4.6 in natural, so I don't have to take the gas cap off to see how much fuel I have. Makes it much nice when flying along to just glance down and see how much longer you can ride before turning around or finding a place to fuel up.

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Clarke's 4.7 on my 650L is the :) best - it seems to have better balance than the stock, fit was perfect and seems to have the range of the "Exxon Valdise" :) .

I bought the red but for fun I would do black :D next time.

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If you have the CA model like I do, you will need to purchase the block-off kit as well when you install any after market tank. I got the Clarke 4.3 and it was cheaper than the IMS and fits good, but that of course, is after you remove all the emissions crap.

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