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How do you haul X-tra fuel on your bike?

Discussion in 'Adventure Time' started by james1300, Jul 29, 2012.


  1. james1300

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    This is a question for the 'Adventure Riders'. How do you haul your X-tra fuel?
    I have an O-size Acerbis tank. But, what if You need more?
    What do you use? How do you carry it?
     
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  2. Grantizzle

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    i use a gas can and some bungee cords.
     
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    they put gas stations about every 10-100 miles where i come from.
     
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    I was curious about those. Has anyone tried them out?
     
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  7. RedKat600

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    I had something similar when I had my KTM and used to take them in the woods with me in a pack. Worked great!
     
  8. curveaddict

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    I have two; both hold one liter. They are MSR brand. I carry them on my 'tard when I'm not sure of the distance I'll be traveling. They have never leaked, but I am careful to leave an air space to allow for expansion. Good for 30+ extra miles on my little 250.






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  9. r6jon

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    Depends on the situation. I've done the 1/2 gallon of gas in a plastic milk jug in a back pack to the 1.5 gallon gas can on a dedicated mount to the tail of the bike. And then there's everything inbetween.
     
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    I saw a bike at the Backfire and the whole rear fender and side covers (all 1 piece) was a fuel tank. Looked like it could hold at least 5 gal.
     
  11. tims007

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    buy a really over sized aftermarket gas tank :)
     
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    I also use the MSR bottles. 2) 1.5 liter, in the panniers, NEVER leaks.

    Cause sometimes, you're on roads where there aren't fuel stations every 10-100 miles.
     
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    I bought the biggest one I could find!:mrgreen:
     
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    A small rear fender rack with a Rotopax is what I'm looking to do on my XR650R with the big Clarke tank. Just in case.
     
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    55 bucks!!! HOLY CRAP!
     
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    Since I have a deathly fear of burning to death, carrying fuel in a backpack or held down with a bungee cord doesn't give me warm fuzzies.
     
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    I put a 2 gallon can of gas on my luggage rack and the tank holds 4.5 gallons. Only use it riding from Portland to Vegas as I like to take HWY 50 and there are very few chances for gas inbetween. Also HWY 50 is so deserted you can go fast and my milage suffers as a result.

    Normally however the 4.5 gallons lasts for 200-225 miles depending on responsible throttle control. :)
     
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    I've heard that Willy carries a spare gas can on the tail section of his bike (near the flamable material next to the exhaust...).
     
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    Maybe baggies? You know, 'Zip-Loks'?
     
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    My tank is good for 150mi+, which is more than my ass is good for!?!
     
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