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September 9th, 2013, 07:45 PM   #11
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

Drop a lithium ion battery in it and the slightly heavier handling when the 70 Degree tank is full is negated. I had a full bike with the new light battery installed and it was notably better!

The peace of mind and range is ideal. If you don't plan a long ride, you don't have it fill it all the way either. Still going strong with my 1st Gen tank.
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September 10th, 2013, 06:43 AM   #12
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Just placed my order for one. Hopefully I didnt wait too long this time!
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Originally Posted by Dave1867
Just placed my order for one. Hopefully I didnt wait too long this time!
We got you covered this go around! Should ship Thursday!!!
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September 18th, 2013, 06:52 AM   #14
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

Got my tank on Monday and installed it last night. Everything went fine, there sure is a lot of stuff to get in place just perfectly.

I also discovered that I have the original black top fuel pump and filter built in 08. Its got 237 hours on it and never given me a lick of trouble. Out of curiousity I took off the inline filter and blew it out on a rag, didnt find much in it and the pump pickup screen was clean. I may order a CA cycleworks pump just to have on hand.
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September 18th, 2013, 06:39 PM   #15
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

One thing I have noted since taking off the gen 1 tank that started leaking (the only reason I was angry was because of all the work I had to do to put my orig subframe back).. ! .. anyway, for the first time since taking dale's tank off, my fuel pump acted up again.. even with the cvk cooling blanket .. so I am convinced that having that extra tank on was keeping my fuel cool enough to keep me from having my fuel pump seize up... just one more reason the tank is a must have.. all kidding aside about the weight.. the tank may just well be the cure for the pump issue
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Makes sense to me, the cooler fuel from the subframe tank gets fed right into the pumps pickup.
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February 9th, 2014, 11:53 PM   #17
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Re: 70 degree tanks: Shipping on THURSDAY! 9/12

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Just wanted to let everybody know that I have confirmed tanks inbound and will be able to ship ...Shipping worldwide. Call or place orders online.

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888-284-4588
Got my tank from these lads and they (the shop and team) could not have been more helpful...rear tank mounted now and LOVE the (a) extended range, (b) build quality, and (c) because the shop was brilliant, bought a ton of more stuff from them...HIGHLY recommended...

BTW Aryn, thinking of a steering damper for the Berg and done so in the lower mounted position below bar so I can get the 1 inch riser with it...recommends between the Fastaway, Scott, and Ohlins? As well, can you ping me with what you have in stock as I would like to get it to me by no later than Thursday to have it on the bike for a ride this weekend...thanks in advance...!...
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

What kind of mileage are you guys getting from this combo on road/fire roads?
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What kind of mileage are you guys getting from this combo on road/fire roads?
I just did a ride of a short 7-8 miles of road (65+ MPH) and a lot of dirt roads. 25-55 MPH. At 97 miles......it went dry. That is with the stock 2.17 gallon tank so that works out to 44.7 MPG. I had 2 MSR bottles that got me another 25 miles. Still not quite enough. Fortunately my friend went to top off his tank and came back to give me enough to get to a station. I need to plan my rides better......and carry more fuel.
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