Discussion in 'Husqvarna Motorcycles Corporation' started by MattR, Oct 29, 2009.
I still want one savings or not
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If there is too much stuff to wade through, the posts may not be read. It might be best to stay focused regarding things you want Husqvarna to read.
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Stay on topic and keep it civil.
The 2010 tank is much bigger than the 09!
You are all saved....
From what i hear it went from 1.9 to 2.15, not enough by any stretch. that equals 4-5 miles on the WR125.
Didn't Herman Monster have a fuel tank like that on the front of his roadster? Just kidding. I'm not one to complain, but Husky did ship us all 2009 bikes that would run properly until months later when the upgrade kits were at the dealers and on our bikes.
Now were all running around with inferior gas tanks begging for someone to make a larger gas tank. If Husky is going to expand there customer base beyond brand loyal riders like us, there going to have to look and listen to what's going on outside the walls of their factory.
3 gallon tank please someone!
From all the specs that I can find the WR125 has only a 1.9gal tank.
6.5 liters is what I have been told the actual capacity is = 1.7 gallons. It was supposed to be 7 liters which would be 1.85 gallons. "Somewhere" on this forum is listed a factory Acerbis tank from the Husqvarna Hard parts catalog that is supposed to be 25% bigger than the stock 6.5 Liter tank.
The one listed in the special parts catalog is listed as 8,1 liters.
That would indeed be 25% bigger than 6.5 Liters.
yes, 8,1 liters = 2.139 US gallons vs 6,5 liters = 1.717 US gallons
The 2010 tank is bigger 7lit+1,5lit res=tot 8,5lit = 2,244 Us gallon