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    2013 KTM 500 EXC Gas Tanks

    2013 KTM 500 EXC
    Tire Size:
    Front: 80/100-21, Rear: 110/100-18
    Spark Plug:
    LKAR8A-9
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x118
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 15T, Rear: 45T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-655
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    Acerbis
    Large Capacity Fuel Tank
    $275.95 - $369.95
    $220.99 - $295.99
    You save up to $73.96 (20%)
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    Acerbis Large Capacity Fuel TankFrom modest increases in fuel capacity to gas tanker sizes, Acerbis Large Capacity Fuel Tanks match OEM quality while keeping the fuel low and centralized. And to maint
    Sunline Aluminum Gas Stop Valve Shorty vented billet aluminum replacement for the bulky, long stock vent hose Sunlkine Racing's Shorty design eliminates the lost or bulky hose. Works on any hose
    No-Toil
    Vent Caps
    $14.95
    $13.99
    You save $0.96 (6%)
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    No-Toil Vent Caps Replace the annoying vent tube from your gas cap with a small "one-way check valve" made of anodized aluminum. This will supply air to your tank, but won't let any gasoline out. Wor

    Latest Reviews

    Randy (Philpot, KY)

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    Much easier to fill tank than OEM tube- plus it looks cool!

    Not much to say- looks cool and functions well. I have only ridden with mine for a month, but it has not fallen off like others. It did not leak when the bike was laid down. Just buy it!

    Aaron (Ridgway, CO)

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    Acerbis 3.3gal. tank

    I put this tank on my '08 WR. Works great. The mounts on the front of the tank at the radiators didn't fit with the given brackets, but all the other fittings mounted great and the tank is solid on the bike.

    Keith (Bountiful, UT)

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    Great fit

    I ride a CRF450X, tried a Clark tank and was disappointed with the fit of that brand. The shrouds really had to be bent to align the screw holes and the hole in the bottom of the tank was rotated 90 degrees from factory tank which really put a kink in the fuel hoses. My friend had the IMS tank so I tried that next. It fits much better and was very easy to install. It fits great and looks like it was made for my bike.

    Robert (Holtville, CA)

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    Petcock

    Would not fit my IMS tank, bolt holes would not line up. I only needed the filter screen so I removed it and installed it on my old Petcock.

    Jack (Minneapolis , MN)

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    Works!

    They appear to be a bit more expensive than some of the other options but after reading the reviews, I decided the extra cost was worth it - I bought three of them and they have all proven to do well.

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