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Where'd you go to school? :clap: :grin_nod:SEVEN00 said:NINE Gallons, I think "9" Gallons would be Insane Overkill...
Here is why:
Specific gravity of gasoline is about 0.74, which means that gas weighs 0.74 times that of water.
1.0 Gallon[US]/Water = 8.3452641 lbs.
8.3452641/Water x Specific Gravity/Gas (0.74) = 6.175495434 Lbs.
1.0 Gallon[US]/Gas = 6.175495434 Lbs.
2.9 Gallon[US]/Gas x 6.175495434 = 17.91 Lbs. Rounded
9.0 Gallon[US]/Gas x 6.175495434 = 55.58 Lbs. Rounded
Weight difference of = 37.67 Lbs. Rounded
This is huge increase of weight.
Now, if we could have a Gas Tank that would have a content size of 5 Gallon[US]
5.0 Gallon[US]/Gas x 6.175495434 = 30.88 Lbs. Rounded
Weight difference of = 12.97 Lbs. Rounded
This would be a far better choice.
Additionally, types of gasoline can and will differ in weight...Racing fuel usually is below the Specific Gravity of 0.74, while regular gas is above the Specific Gravity of 0.74
Correct neither of them are the same. Besides the shape and size of the tank and our bike comapired to those, we also have Fuel injected bike which requires a fuel pump. All tho I havent removed my tank im pretty sure theres a fuel pump in the botom or right outside the tank on the bottom of it. This woud also make the tank different. So no way a 450 or 660 would work.Headrope said:IMS makes larger tanks for the YFZ450 and Raptor 660. Are neither of those the same as the tanks on our 700?