I woke up this afternoon after finishing a night shift and my eyes lit up when I found a big box from the US on my back door step. I ripped it straight open and found my new black Clarke Tank inside. I went outside and pulled my WR450 out of the garage and got started on swapping over the tanks. I first took some photos of the stock tank as a comparison to the larger one. Once I removed the original tank, I took side by side comparision photos of the two tank by themselves. I then set about deciding how to run the fuel tap, as it is arse about with the Clarke Tank. I decided there was three options: 1) Buy a '05 or similar tap that has the outlet on the opposite side to the '07 2) Reverse the tap around so the switch faces the engine 3) Run a slightly longer piece of fuel hose As you can see the original one develops a kink near the outlet when you try to use it. I ended up getting a fuel hose that was slightly longer than the factory one and this fitted perfect! Once this was decided, I then bolted the factory shrouds on without a problem, swapped over the round clip that holds the the seat down and swirled a bit of fuel around inside the tank to remove any particles of plastic left over from manufacturing (it says to do this in the instructions). Here is the finished product of the tank full bolted up. From start to finish it took me an hour to fit the tank and that included going down the road to get the new fuel hose. The tank was easy to fit and bolts ups perfect. When I tested it, there was a small fuel leak from the fuel tap but it was only that one of the screws needed tightening a bit and it is now fully sealed with no leaks. The tank does sit a little bit higher in the spout area near the triple clamps as you can see, but it also sit lower down near the engine. I think on the road I will fill it right up but when offroad riding, I will leave it a little bit short from the top to prevent the bike from becoming too top heavy. I bought this tank off eBay off a user by the name of madonline (Motorcycle Accessories Online). Dealing with him was second to none, in that he contacted me and told me Clarke had damaged their mould for these tanks and that it would be 2 weeks late. He asked if I wanted a full refund and cancel the sale, or if I waited, he would send the tank via Express Post for free and refund half of the postage I had paid as token of good will. I took the second option and I would definetely buy online from this company again!