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October 4th, 2010, 06:35 PM   #11
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Yeah, I went there already and searched for bergers pics but came up empty-handed. That's why I asked how to get to HIS gallery.

I searched again and found some pics but they're not the same that berger posted above. Same overflow tank and position though.
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Re: Coolant Overflow

I bought the Moose overflow kit and didn't follow the directions either (no room to mount overflow bottle on fork tubes behind number plate). I ended up mounting the bottle near the rear shock on the right side and routed the tube along the r. fender. I'll try to get a pic.

It works great although the Moose connectors are cheesy so I got clamps. It's definately prevented coolant lose on hot days and during slow going single track in 1st & 2nd gear!
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Hi sorry for jump g on your post ☺
I plan on fitting a small catch tank. .. do I need to change my radiator cap to allow the coolant to be sucked back into the radiator? I have a standard 1.4 cap fitted.
Has anybody on here done this before on a fe 501?
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Old thread, but I have the same question as the last post.

I made my own overflow bottle and mounted in with zip ties to the left radiator plastic protection fins or what ever you want to call it.

It catches the excess coolant but it doesn't suck it back in when it cools down. I'm using the stock 1.8 cap. Is that issue? Should be using 1.4?
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