Vortex V3 Fuel Cap

$110.46 (15% off)
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Vortex V3 Fuel Cap
Vortex V3 Fuel Cap
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  • Reviews (5)
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  • Fitment
  • Coarse thread enables quick closure without cross-threading.
  • Large contoured finger tabs allow for easier opening compared to classic Vortex design.
  • Safety lock switch prevents accidental cap loosening due to vibration or contact.
  • Integrated dual check valve assembly eliminates fuel tank pressure issues.
  • Vent and chamber design helps stop leaks by containing any fuel that gets past the check valve.
  • Up to 55% lighter than stock keyed fuel tank caps.
  • Customize to match your bike with interchangeable colored safety lock switches.
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Location: NJ
Great Fuel Cap

I was on the fence between this and the Driven D-Axis. I have the driven on my CBR1KRR and love it but for the lower profile and price difference(Motosport had a sale on the Vortex at the time), I decided to try the V-3 out for my GSXR track bike.

When installing, I doubted I'd be able to get the cap to seat flush because of how it was going on but it made a tight seal when it was fully bolted on and looked great.

Between the two, I would give the Driven the edge since it has no threading at all, although I think the V-3 looks slightly better.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Hot Springs, AR, USA
Looks sweet!

Besides the fact that it took about 30 seconds to install, it makes the tank look very high end with this ultra lightweight cap on it.

Vortex V3 Fuel Cap
Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser Top 250 Contributor
Location: Christiansburg, VA
Works perfect!

I was skeptical about ordering this as all the pictures show it with a tri-bolt setup, my first gen SV-650 uses a four bolt square pattern setup. Figured what the heck, Motosport is good about their return policy. Worked out perfect, there is a special model for tanks like mine with the square pattern. It fits like a charm, is much lighter than stock and looks great on the tank! Would highly recommend!

Fits perfect on my first gen SV-650
Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: fernley nevada
Good choice

easy install I like the fact I don't have to have my keys to open no scratches on gas tank looks cool and functions great better than the last vortex gas cap I had on 08 gsxr 750 this is on a 09 r1

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Boston mass

Easy install and great fit on my 848.. Looks like it should have come stock!!

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skip Location: Branford, CT 06405, USA
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Michael 2 years 6 months ago
What is the inner diameter of the filler mouth?
2 years 6 months ago Location: fernley nevada
31 mm or an inch and quarter
skip 2 years 8 months ago Location: Branford, CT 06405, USA
Can you remove the gas cap without using your key?
I want to change the stock cap with a custom one.I had the keys cut by the dealer supplied key numbers ann they still don'twork..the locksmith asked if I could bring in the gas cap.
MotoSport Staff
2 years 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
These Vortex caps do not require the use of your key to open. They have a lock trigger that can ensure the cap stays in place once the cap is tightened down.
2 years 8 months ago Location: fernley nevada
no you cant ask a prof to help you eather drill lock out or take bike on trailer if needed to lock smith be carefull not to get metal shavings in side of gas tk there is one allen screw that wont be used on new v3 under stock fuel cap don't get up set its pretty easy to get fuel locks open but get some help if your unfamiliar with that type of work drilling locks or opening them
2 years 8 months ago Location: fernley nevada
I just relized you have a cbr not sure if its the same as mine I have a 2009 r1 but ive changed several gas caps ive allways had to have gas cap open to remove stock gas cap and be carful not to drop screws down inside of tank I learned the hard way lol
Over 10 months ago Location: Hot Springs, AR, USA
Short answer is yes.
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