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Acerbis fuel tanks provide additional fuel capacity while still providing slim ergonomics and sleek styling. Impact and abrasion resistant Polyurethane provides years of service with proper care. All Acerbis fuel tanks include Acerbis gas cap, mounting kit, and vent hose. Applications that require special fuel Y-fittings, petcocks, etc. will come with the tank.
XR650L:93-16 5.8 GAL
White: 2044330002 Backordered
Retail Price: $269.95
This 5.8 gallon tank will fit all Honda XR650Ls from 1993 and up.
It will come with all necessary mounting hardware, new cap, and dual petcocks with on/off/reserve.
NOTE: Most models require these modifications
Posted by Dave on May 30th 2016
Quality materials and good looking tank after installation. Delivered in a few days with updated shipments details.
Pleasure dealing with your business.
Now for the negative part of my review: Acerbis installation instructions are terrible. Had to look on you tube for a better idea on how to install their tank. Even the guy on you tube installed it wrong.
Tank took 4 hours to put on after I figured it out.
Acerbis should be notified of this problem.
Thanks again for your business - Great price too!
Posted by Unknown on May 3rd 2016
The tank arrived on time and as promised. Install was simple following online videos but the instructions provided would have been tough to follow. had the tank on for a couple weeks and all is good and working well, no leaks or problems. The turn signal does hit the tank and needed to be raised up a bit to allow for nearly full range of motion. Even with the blinkers raised the upper triple clamp on the forks hit the tank when fully turned in either direction but it is just barely touching and does not seem to be a problem.
Posted by Brent B on Apr 25th 2016
I replaced my stock XR650L 2.8gal tank with this Acerbis 5.8gal tank. My range went from just over 100miles to well over 200 miles. The tank looks pretty good on the bike and fits the lines well. The color is a close match to the honda red, but the tank is textured so it doesn't look as glossy as the smooth honda parts.
Getting the tank on is a little bit difficult because you need the tank warm to spread the "wings" out so that it will clear the mount on the bike. I filled mine with really hot water and let it sit for 20minutes to soften up a bit. Went on fairly easily after that.
Obviously, the tank is much bigger, so it's heavier when full, but being plastic, it's lighter when empty. When sitting on the bike, your legs are spread out a little more, but it's still very comfortable.
Biggest complaint would be that the upper triple clamp comes in contact when the bars are turned to near full lock. This prevents you from locking the handlebars sideways unless you grind a bit of the steering lock off. The triple clamp also scratches the tank where it touches, so be sure to add spacers to the clamp bolts so that they don't protrude through the back side of the clamp.
Overall, the little annoyances are much better than the huge annoyance of only running 80miles to reserve, especially when you live in West Texas where it can be over 100mi between gas stations.
All prices are in USD.