Tink's Ready to Ride

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Tink's Ready to Ride

Postby tink » Wed Jan 09, 2008 8:32 am

Hello everybody,

"TINK" here
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Hope to go for a ride with your group. :banana:

I live in "The OC", but it's a quick 60 mile drive to the Castaic area from here.

Here's my 2002 XR400R Dual Sport > http://home.ix.netcom.com/~tinkler/XR.htm

I'm a returning off road rider... rode dirt as a kid, turned 16 and went right to street riding... for the next 35 years. :ride:

TINK 8)
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Postby The Regulator » Wed Jan 09, 2008 8:52 am

Wow tink ~ Very clean bike!! Looks good.
What type of tank is that? I'd like to get a desert tank but not sure which one. Clark or IMS.

Lets ride! :ride:
"Duane"
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"05" CRF 450X "00" XR650R
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BIG Tank

Postby tink » Wed Jan 09, 2008 11:01 am

That's an IMS. It came with the bike. I used the stock tank for the first few rides, then put the IMS on. To keep the weight about the same as stock I don't fill the IMS up all the way (4.0gal), usually 3.0gal fill is pleanty. I like the fact that I can see at a glance what my fuel situation is. The only negative is that the choke lever is hard to get to, not that hard, but more diffacult than with the stock tank, but you learn to deal with it, usually by managing the choke lever before saddling the bike.

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