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May 7th, 2014, 12:26 AM   #1
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Subframe tank and Safari pump housing

I found someone willing to sell his subframetank . Is it possible to use the Safari pump housing to connect the subframe to the main tank. Or is this housing to small making a fill up taking to much time?
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May 7th, 2014, 02:34 AM   #2
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I use the combo subframetank + safari pump housing. Works just fine, the subframetank fills up quicker than I thought I also like to have the valve there and it was already installed.
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That was my favorite answer, thank you.
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October 24th, 2014, 04:17 AM   #4
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Safari tand and subframe tank hose

Just purchased a 570 that was fitted with a 70 degree tank. Bike also came with a safari front tank that had not been fitted. How on earth do you get all the fuel lines to fit. Even the fuel line for the sub tank had nearly rubbed through the shock. Help. Or do i just turf the sub tank to keep things simple.
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It's possible to do it afaik! There are a few tricks to it. I can't remember off-hand, just remember reading stuff when catching up on threads after I bought mine.

You might find something in these two threads:

Husaberg 70 Degree Owners Thread! - ADVrider
The Husaberg 70 FE Adventure Traveler Thread - ADVrider
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December 4th, 2014, 03:30 AM   #6
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I am planning to put a 70 degree and a safari rear tank on my Husaberg FE 450 this winter.

Has something to be done differently for the installation of the 70 degree tank in order to install the rear safari?

Can somebody give me some information?

thanks in advance
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I remember this being discussed in the advrider threads, for what it's worth It wasn't too bad a job as I recall

good luck! should be an awesome setup ...
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Well if there is anyone willing to get rid of their tanks, especially the front safari ones, I am very interested
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Originally Posted by zimi View Post
I am planning to put a 70 degree and a safari rear tank on my Husaberg FE 450 this winter.

Has something to be done differently for the installation of the 70 degree tank in order to install the rear safari?

Can somebody give me some information?

thanks in advance
You have a choice in what equipment you will use at the fuelpump housing. The Safari uses a small block you attach to the oem plastic fuel housing. That one has a valve so you can turn off the fuel from the extra tanks. Can be handy if something leaks. BUT the 70 degree comes with a nice aluminium housing. No valve but very sturdy and nice.

Whatever choice you take you install the 70 degree as normal. You need to tee in the safari tank on the blue hose that goes from the 70 degree to the oem tank. That's all.

I'm using the 70 degree alu housing as I had the feeling the small safari valve could more easily clog up if any debris or slush try to pass through.

I have not yet installed both at the same time, but I can't see any reason the 70 degree is different. Possible the vent hose at the top of the 70 degree might interfere? I'm not to impressed by the straight nipple, would prefer a 90 degree.
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December 5th, 2014, 04:23 AM   #10
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thanks for your answer. My goal is to use both together. I will have a better idea when I will habe both of them in front of my eyes.

Will post here how it ends up.

Why did you not use both together? Is ther any disadvantage?
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