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  1. Hi Guys, I'm interested in an IMS dry break system for a 2020 Husqvarna FX350 but not for the traditional reasons. I'm not really concerned about the speed of fuel being dumped into the tank at pit stop, I'm more interested in the dry break receiver's auto shut off features. In other words I want overfill protection. The reason for this is my pit crew seem to often spill a load of fuel all over at every pit stop and since it's the only pit crew I have, I have no choice. We use tuff jugs. To avoid this, I'm curious as to whether the IMS dry break system cuts off the fuel flow once the tank is full. Anyone with this experience, I'd appreciate some clarity on whether the IMS system can do this. Thanks.
  2. Will update as we learn more about the specs. Word on the street is substantially more affordable than similar options out there.?
  3. I have a 2005 CRF450R with a Trail Tech fan kit installed. I need a little bit larger tank and would like to know if anyone has an aftermarket tank that fits with the fan kit. I dont need a monster 4 gallon, just maybe a 2.4 or 2.7 from IMS would do fine. I talked with both the tank vendor and Trail Tech and neither could give me any answers. Thanks guys. Jake Minden, NV
  4. So i have a 2016 FC250 with the acerbis oversize tank, and it feels very wide. A friend with the exact same bike, only with an IMS tank rode mine and commented on its wideness as well. Anyone know the width of the IMS tank for this bike, so i have something to physically compare mine to? Thank you!
  5. Hey all Thinking about picking up a new IMS tank, but have a few questions first. I have some aftermarket rad guards, could be unibiker but doesn't have the logo on it. Will the tank still fit with the guards? Since the tank is plastic compared to the metal stocker, does that mean you save weight when swapping? I do SM races so if I fill it halfway, does that mean the bike is lighter than before? If I have a gravity fed petcock now, will that still work on the IMS? How is the quality of IMS?
  6. Thought some of you might appreciated this recent product review by Contributing Editor, Monk.
  7. OK, before you flame me on this I'm merely curious if anyone has actually tried these things. They appear to be the same Chinese stuff for ~$20 sold by several vendors. What got me curious about them is they appear to be the exact same thing IMS is selling for ~$70. The pegs on my XR are pretty worn, and being a cheapskate I am reluctant to spend $100 or more for pegs. I'll probably buy some better pegs 😉 but I really wonder about these.
  8. 2002 DRZ400E. Hey all. I'm having an issue with my new IMS 4.0G tank. I have it installed now (took 1 1/2 hours to get the Emperor rad guards and the IMS tank to bolt together well) but the seat will not fit far enough up for the rear seat bolts to line up, they are still about 3/4" away. 20180201_160931 by Rob Ert, on Flickr The plate doesn't really adjust. And I was hoping to get some input from anyone that has installed the same tank to a 400E before I cut the seat plastic 20180201_161328 by Rob Ert, on Flickr And before anyone asks, yes I have hit it aggressively with a mallet...😏
  9. After so many rides trying to empty it, I finally got it to reserve at 102 miles on the IMS 3.6. Probably add another 25 or more with what’s left. ‘17 te250
  10. I know Acerbis makes a 4.1 gallon tank (IMS makes the 4.0 gallon) because I see it everywhere on Ebay and such. But I've also seen an Acerbis 4.75 gallon on threads and on MX1 (Canadian) site. But I cannot get anyone to confirm that there actually is a 4.75 gallon tank. I would prefer that extra .75 gallon to putting that monstrosity 6+ gallon tank they make.
  11. Riverside, CA February 16,2021: For Immediate Release IMS Products 2.9 gallon tank now available for the 2021 Gas Gas Models. This tank is available in black and natural color for the screw top version and natural color for the dry break ready version. Designed to enhance the look of your motorcycle, yet provide greater distance per tankful. Don't let your ride stop short for lack of fuel. MSRP: $332.00 2.9 Gallons Available in Black and Natural for screw top Available in Natural for dry break ready Part Number 118804 (218804 Dry Break Ready) fits 4 Stroke Models: EX 250/350/450F & MC250/450F 118806 (218806 Dry Break Ready) fits 2 Stroke Carbureted MC125 TPI COMING SOON #fuelthefun
  12. IMS Products is proud to announce the new SRT Offroad Quick Fill Receiver available exclusively through IMS Products. This high performance part has been developed by SRT's in house development team with a focus on performance at an enticing price point. SRT followed their extensive design process with years of testing and direct use by their professional race teams across the nation. This is an exciting new addition to IMS' Quick Fill lineup and provides a new option for Team IMS Riders. The SRT Off Road Quick Fill Receiver is machined from billet aluminum and includes a single spring door retention system. It also includes a flat viton gasket to seal the receiver to your tank and IMS' own 90 degree vent fitting Part Number- 218430 MSRP- $205.00
  13. Hey guys, Just wondering if anyone has put an IMS tank on their YZ250FX and run a dry break system, just wondering what the best breather fitting location is before I drill the tank and also would like to know where the hose was routed. Probably the same situation as an oversized tank on a YZF, WR 250/450 with reverse engines and the air box up front. Would like to put the fitting center at the front of the tank but the IMS fitting supplied is too wide and wont fit between the air box and tank, thinking I should get a slimmer 90 degree fitting and then run the hose straight up to the triple clamps like normal. I have the screw cap adapter on at the moment but I've got the dry break receiver ready to go once I sort a breather out. Any experience with this issue would be appreciated. Cheers Jason
  14. Yea to me!! I just did the smog block off on my XR650L. I used Permatex ultra black gasket sealer. Does anyone know how long I should let it set up before taking her out on a test ride? Thanks all.
  15. 3yrs ago I parted ways with my trusty KTMs and jumped onto the Yamahas... Starting first with a YZ250 that I built into the ultimate woods bike, it was 'almost' everything one could want. But it did lack the e-start, HO stator and 6spd, things that I really wanted as the ultimate machine. Then a new YZ450F made it into my garage which I built into a woods machine (the FX didn't exist at the time). All the power in the world so a 6spd wasn't needed. But I still lacked the button and fat stator. Shortly after a large crash and some broken body parts, I then moved to the new YZ250FX which has been with me the last year. Coming with a near perfect 6spd, a 100+W stator and the magic button it should have been near perfect. But I did want for more. The bike was heavier then it's competition, taller and underpowered, but overall probably the best beginner/average riders bike available. There is no question that the Yamahas could be anything you wanted. I had great success on all 3 bikes with near bullet proof reliability, fantastic motors, outstanding suspension and unquestionable race worthiness adding a few wins and multiple podiums to my resume. But... ...when KTM introduced their new 16 models, it was hard not to look over the fence to see if the grass was greener. Could my criterias be met? So on Saturday, I picked up a new 2016 KTM 350xcf. On paper, 'most' of all criterias are met. -6spd? Check! -Lightweight? Check! -Less power then the 450, but more then the 250FX? Check! -Magic Button? Check! -HO stator? Uncheck! So outside the stator, the 350xcf is looking pretty good on paper. Why not a new 250/300 2t? As mentioned in another thread, I rode a couple 300s and wasn't neqrly as impressed as I wanted to be. So why the 16 over the 17? Cost and cost alone was pretty much the deciding factor. Outside of the AER the bikes are virtually identical. With nearly a $2000 savings between the 2 it left money I table I could spend elsewhere. And after talking with a bunch of tuners, at worst if I can't get the 4CS working, the extra money can be used for another fork options such as a KYB internal setup, or CV cartridges. So, I started this thread to kind keep my trials and tribulations on update for you wonderful folk on TT. Adding my opinion, impressions, mods, results and all that other jazz... Initial impression while sitting on the stand seem good. I've been tearing it apart greasing everything, weighed a few parts and giving it the look over. I question if the bike is built for long haul. It seems extremely well put together, but almost too well. The plastic lines blend well with no areas for hangups as well the bike feels thins, especially compared to any current Yamaha 4t. The bike also feels low and long, where as the Yamaha 4ts feel tall and short. Equally so the bike feels light and easy to throw on a stand with well placed grab handles.
  16. Designed to extend range, but maintain a slim feel and sleek look. 2.5 gallons total capacity. Screw cap or dry break filler options. Crosslink polyethylene for stength & durability. More Info
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