Fargo (Los Angeles )
I have it on for 2 years already and no issues. Wish they connected the bottoms sides, as the gas get out only from left side and in order to get the gas from the right side you need to tilt the motorcycle and move the gas to the left side.
Marcus (N. Hollywood )
Plastic tube/screen would not fit into my IMS tank??? Had to dremil the hole out for fitment. Also had to fab up my own gasket to keep from leaking and finally I would have much preferred a Brass tube over the (cheap) plastic one. Over all for the price I'm happy.
John (Vancouver )
On my '14 350 exc-f I have had fuel boiling ever since new. Because the dealer put on one of those little aluminum cap vents to replace the factory hose. I have tried all the thermal products under the tank. Well let me tell you that those things only vent one way (in) and when I was in Moab the tank expanded huge in the sun like a gas can.I got the no hose, self venting locking gas cap. You don't need to lock it. Problems are solved. So should you.
Jeff (LYNNVILLE )
Instructions are cryptic & not well translated to English, but you will figure things out if you take your time. Dimensions were off far enough that some supplied "L" brackets had to be bent to work and shimmed with washers, & now body plastic does not fit as well as it should. Fuel vent line attachment does not seem like it will last long. Will likely work as promised, and I think it looks good, except for the body plastic lines being less perfect than they were and slight gaps near the seat. I decided not to send it back but I would try a different brand if starting over.
Kennedy (Plymouth )
70 mile ride on this thing and had quarter tank left. Thank you IMS. Only complaint: my plastics were fighting me to fit on the tank
Les (Columbia )
Fit 5.3 Gal tank on right side. Running the connecting hoses got a bit tricky. Now I don't have to lean the bike over to get the remaining fuel on that side.