I currently ride a 2011 YZ250 2 stroke with a IMS 3.2 tank on it. Here lately I have been practicing a lot and really working on my turns. I have really started to notice that with the oversize tank that the bike is feeling top heavy and that I'm not able to get up to the front of the bike like I want to. I mainly race hare scrambles but I'm wanting to start doing a little bit of motocross as well. I have a few options, but I'm I would like any imput from you guess that have found solutions for this problem. I can get 48 miles on my 3.2 tank and 33 miles on my stock 2.1 tank. So with the stock tank during a hare scramble I may or may not have to stop for fuel depending on the mileage. I don't mind stopping so that's not an issues. I just want to make the refueling easy. So far this is what I have come up with. 1. Keep the over size tank and just deal with it. 2. Buy a Clark stock size tank in clear so I can see the fuel level and buy a Tuff Jug with the dry break filler. (Leaning toward this option) 3. Have a dry break receiver put in a stock tank which can be done, but it cost around $500.00 to $600.00 plus the tank. Any input is welcome. I'm just trying to find the best of both worlds. The feel of a mx size tank with the quick fill capabilities that you find in offroad. Yes I know I could just swap tanks back and forth, but I'm trying to keep from doing that. Also if you reply and have found solutions or ideas please post with pictures so I can see what you have.