Please note. This design has not
been tested or tried by us, it is a customer's own design.
Remember fuel is a fire hazard. It is also hazardous for
inhalation or contact. If you follow this customer's design
take care that it will not present any hazard to you or your
vehicle. Test the fuel resistance of the tank and components
in a safe environment before use. Test the mountings and make
sure they will not break or come loose during use. We accept no
responsibility for this design and it is here only as a
This design is for a twin fuel pipe system. For a single pipe
system use one outlet pipe. You can blank off one outlet or
put inline fuel taps on both outlet hoses so you can have a 1
or 2 pipe system by turning on or off the fuel taps. This will
make it safer.
(1) Dual circuit brake fluid reservoir
(2) one metre of 6mm rubber fuel pipe (cut into 2 pieces)
(3) 2 small pieces of larger petrol resistant pipe to connect
to reservoir outlets and 6mm pipe
(4) petrol pipe clips various sizes
(5) 2 small inline fuel filters to connect set up to original
lines on the carbs.
Metal brackets can be purchased from building merchants.
(normally used in roofs or floor joists as strengtheners and
connecters). On the photo’s I have put small pieces of petrol
pipe with stainless bolts in the end over the filter ends to
keep them clean, these need to be removed to connect the
filters to the original lines. (Bolts have a smooth shank to
seal the pipe)
To make wash
out tank with clean petrol, then connect the pipes to the tank
and filters, the holes in the brackets are pre-drilled, use
the holes to connect the tank to the bracket with a nut and
bolt and the assembled unit to the bike frame, I used a
fairing hole and fairing screw to hold it in position.
Please check for leaks before