I've had mine since they first came out last year. You'll love it.
For a few dollars more for hardware and an hour of work you can have a 4 gallon tank on a TW. The additional 1.3 gallons over the 2.7 gallon TW tank is well worth it.
I'm glad my installation helped you; thank you for letting me know.Yours was the only XT225 Clarke conversion I could find before I ordered mine, I studied your install with great interest.
Mine has been on most of the summer and has worked great, the only issue I have is the left side of the tank rests on the valve cover. Spaced it up but it likes to settle there. Does yours do that? So far the heat hasn't caused any problems.
You did a superb job; the 4.1-gallon tank looks great on your bike!That's a good idea, thanks. Some pictures would be great when you have time.
Agree it's a useful conversion, having the big tank is very relaxing!
Indeed, a few cuts in the saddle is a small price to pay for the extra fuel capacity!A bit of cutting. The ribs on the bottom were not enough, had to pull a few staples and cut into the side of the pan. No big deal.