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June 10th, 2013, 11:08 AM   #1
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70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

The long awaited return of 70 degree racing sub frame tanks has happened. After filling long standing back orders I have a few of these remaining. Normally retails for $499.99 we are doing a "reintroduction" sale @ $449.99 with free shipping in the lower 48 states. As supply on these is extremely limited I urge you to order now.

http://www.cyclebuy.com/shopping/gas_tanks/husaberg.htm

Or Call us @ 1-888-284-4588
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June 17th, 2013, 06:31 PM   #2
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

Just took delivery of a Gen 2 70 degree tankfrom Cycle Buy. Very excited about the prospect of another gallon of capacity and range. I know a lot of you have installed these tanks. Any helpful hints or advise would be greatly appreciated. I will be installing this unit on my '09 570 in the very near future! Ride On !
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June 19th, 2013, 12:35 PM   #3
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

Originally Posted by monstermaniac
Any helpful hints or advise would be greatly appreciated. I will be installing this unit on my '09 570 in the very near future! Ride On !
Take it slow.

Some of the threaded inserts may not line up 100% - if you try to force things, you'll end up cross-threading and stripping the thread (or worse - spinning an insert). Don't use threadlocker. If anything, use anti-sieze.

I have one of the Gen-2 (or is it Gen-3 now?) tanks and still have an older one too, and I've swapped out the previous version a few times. The new one is well made and I like the more translucent plastic more. The older one I have mounted is still working for me so my new one is still waiting for me to install.
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June 27th, 2013, 02:50 AM   #4
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

Awesome have been waiting a while for one of these! Off to the checkout!!
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July 28th, 2013, 04:57 PM   #5
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

I've read that you can only use about half of what goes into the frame tanks. Not being discouraging at all, I really need the extra gallon and such a design really makes sense. Just wondering if it will pull all or most of the fuel out. I'm picking up my '10 berg next weekend. Can't wait!!
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

heavy waste of your money 8.5 lbs to lug around duh
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Re: 70 degree tanks, in stock ready to ship

Originally Posted by w4tt
I've read that you can only use about half of what goes into the frame tanks. Not being discouraging at all, I really need the extra gallon and such a design really makes sense. Just wondering if it will pull all or most of the fuel out. I'm picking up my '10 berg next weekend. Can't wait!!
I installed the latest gen tank 3 weeks ago. I filled up to 3.2 gal i think. Haven't done any careful testing, but the two tanks come to together at their almost lowest point, so I don't see how both wouldn't drain fully.

The stock tank will often leave gas in the tank due to its design. The two front ears hold fuel at a lower point than the 'bridge' over to the lower portion of the tank, where the pump pickup is. If you're ever out of gas, point the front wheel up ~2ft and hold for a min or so and let the last bit of fuel flow to the lower area.

I wouldn't give up my 70d tank for anything. The Husa is near perfect, and with the increased range, it becomes that much closer to perfect.
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"The stock tank will often leave gas in the tank due to its design. The two front ears hold fuel at a lower point than the 'bridge' over to the lower portion of the tank, where the pump pickup is. If you're ever out of gas, point the front wheel up ~2ft and hold for a min or so and let the last bit of fuel flow to the lower area."

awesome info.. you learn something new every day on this forum thank you!
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Cool, thanks, Rensho.
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Re: 70 degree tanks: Shipping on THURSDAY! 9/12

Just wanted to let everybody know that I have confirmed tanks inbound and will be able to ship this Thursday, Sept 12th. Many are spoken for but I will have some available for sale. Due to the extended time out on these I will be continuing my Sale price of $449.99 with free shipping inside the Continental USA, "sorry Hawaii and Alaska"
If you have been on the fence I would suggest placing an order. Last time we had a batch of these a they were gone in 4 days. Shipping worldwide. Call or place orders online.

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