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11-01-2003 3:33 AM
pip
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

THANK YOU, much appreciated, and my cause is fairly simple, sometimes stopping for gas isnt the thing to do
10-30-2003 5:07 PM
Smitty
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

In the January issue of Cycle Canada they always have photos of some of the strange things they spotted that summer.

A few yrs ago here is this Goldwing with a special rack made at the rear of the bike & yes behind the r/wheel to hold a special slim & flat extra/reserve fuel tank of something like 3 or 4 gallons. Never thought of what might come from the cans or crap from the tyre.
10-30-2003 4:11 PM
abtech
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

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googolplexu : *I know...just wondering what the motive is. *As far as endurance racing - you are not allowed to ADD a fuel cell, only to modify your current one (per a buddy that was endurance racing). *

NOTE: If this statement is incorrect I 'plead the 5th', as that is what he told me when purchasing a tank for modification to hold and addition 1-2 gallons.

As far as Iron Butt - why would you choose a Blade to ride that?!
The company that owns the name 'Fuel Cell' actually manufacturers custom 'fuel cell' tanks that look like the stock item, hold up to 4 gallons of additional fuel (located under the seat) and are legal for both TTF1 international endurance and WERA endurance racing.

Several people have run Iron Butt on sport bikes and placed very well.
10-30-2003 3:37 PM
Fig
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

According to their site: Fuel Safe Custom Bladders can be made in any size of shape to meet your exact specifications.

www.fuelsafe.com

Of course this gives you the problem of either getting this fuel to the original tank, or adding a FI compatible fuel pump to your cell.
Fig
10-30-2003 3:04 PM
2OHOH2
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If it's for extended range, do what I almost did - enlarge the stock tank. I might still have the spare, cut tank lying around if you're interested.
10-30-2003 2:25 PM
Kookie
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

I know...just wondering what the motive is. As far as endurance racing - you are not allowed to ADD a fuel cell, only to modify your current one (per a buddy that was endurance racing).

NOTE: If this statement is incorrect I 'plead the 5th', as that is what he told me when purchasing a tank for modification to hold and addition 1-2 gallons.

As far as Iron Butt - why would you choose a Blade to ride that?!
10-30-2003 2:17 PM
abtech
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

This gentleman may be interested in an extended range fuel system for a number of reasons including Iron Butt competition, Endurance racing etc. There are a couple of companies that make them; they are expensive and from what I hear, not extremely reliable to deal with.
10-30-2003 1:51 PM
Kookie
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Why dont you attach one of those beer caps onto your helmet, put a couple 'Big Gulp' cups in it and run plastic tubing to your tank? That would be an extra gallon or so to give you that maximum range you seek.

Are you planning on riding on a deserted stretch that doesnt have gas stations for over 150 miles? What is the justification for your inquest?
10-30-2003 12:50 PM
CBRBob
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

...and put a lot of weight that high and far back? Building a wheely machine that will explode if you go too far?
10-30-2003 11:56 AM
pip
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

i didnt say my seat, as in, the passenger seat, i know they make them, i could easily add 2 gallons or more of capacity
10-28-2003 1:32 PM
ND4SPD
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

Your battery is under the seat, and underneath that is the shock. *Really no room for it unless you want to build an all out dragbike and don't need much fuel

EDIT: spelling



10-28-2003 1:25 PM
pip
Re: somewhat off topic, but there is no category forit

where can you get them made, how much are they, i want to look into it, someone hook me up on some info please

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