IMS made this Adventure tank to replace the stock radiator shrouds and keep the fuel down low for a lower center of gravity, improving the handling and stability of the bike. IMS also have installed a lift pump to allow the stock fuel pump to stay in the standard position while efficiently utilizing the entire capacity of the tank. It is available in Natural, Black, Blue and White
Graphics not included
Includes: Fuel cap with breather hose
- (1) Fuel Tank
- (1) Gas Cap & Seal
- (2) Shroud brackets “BRK-IMS-TAB”
- (4) 6-32 x 5/16 Flathead screws
- (1) 3/16” Vent hose 24” long
- (1) VITON O-Ring DASH # 413 0.25 x 2.975 x 3.5 in.
Stock Items To Use
- Fuel pump
- Mounting hardware
- Seat Hook Fixture
Tank Removal Instructions
Drain the fuel from stock tank into an approved gasoline container. Remove the seat and shrouds unbolt the tank and raise the tank up enough to disconnect the fuel line and power cable. California models have a vapor hose on the left side to disconnect (more on this below), remove tank from the frame.
Notice: REPLACE THE OEM “V” SEAL ON THE PUMP WITH THE O-RING PROVIDED BEFORE RE-INSTALLING.
Fuel Tank Installation Instructions
On California models remove the short vapor hose from the plastic Roll over valve and connect the new vent hose. Route the hose so you can connect it to the new gas cap once the tank is installed.
Set both fuel tanks on their back, side by side to each other and note the location of the fuel spigot on the pump. Remove the pump and replace the “V” seal with the large O-Ring provided with the tank. Transfer the pump into the IMS tank with the spigot in the same position; it will only mount one way. Now transfer the front and back mounting brackets onto the IMS tank.
Set the IMS tank onto the bike and reattach the fuel line & power cable. Bolt the tank to the frame using the stock hardware. Attach the two shroud brackets to the IMS tank with the (4) 6-32 screws with the mounting holes to the back. Attach the shrouds using the stock hardware. Transfer the seat hook to the IMS tank & replace the seat. Connect the new vent/vapor line to the IMS gas cap. N
on-California models route vent line from the gas cap and into the steering stem.
Be sure that the tank is mounted securely and does not bind or in any way inhibit the controls or function of the vehicle. Ensure that there are no sharp objects that rub against the tank that may eventually puncture the tank and that the fuel line is not kinked or touching anything that could get hot. Fill the fuel tank & CHECK FOR ANY LEAKS AND ENJOY YOUR RIDE!!
Good Product, Easy Installation, No Complaints21 February 2017Installation was easier than expected. Everything was very straight forward, and no leaks. Tank looks good, and the aesthetics and feel of the bike haven't changed. The extra 4 litres over stock have treated my fuel anxiety effectively. Note, empty your existing fuel tank of fuel can be messy, so either use a clean bucket to pour fuel into, or something to siphon out the fuel.