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IMS Gas Tank IMS Gas Tank JimC - Long Beach, CA, USA Great tank "I ordered a IMS gas tank that was larger than I really wanted. I thought my damaged tank was a 4 gallon but it was a 3.2 gallon. I ordered the 4 gal and when I got it I immediately realized it was bigger than the one I wanted. I then ordered the 3.2 tank and it was shipped right away and received in about two days. I did have a problem shipping the 4 gallon tank back to them via USPS, UPS, FedEx or anyone else due to the size of the box. USPS wanted $159.00. then UPS and FedEX wanted about $500 up tp $700. I couldnt make the box much smaller. I asked Motorsport for some help shipping it back even though it was 100% my fault in the order. They helped me out with the shipping and I was greatfull for their finding me a lower price."
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IMS Vented Gas Cap IMS Vented Gas Cap JimC - Long Beach, CA, USA Solved one of my problems completely "I ordered a new gas tank and I didn't know it came with a new gas cap. I asked but thy didn't know at the time. So since the Honda cap I had had all the rubber come off and dropped into my tank, I knew I didn't want to get another Honda cap. This was the second time this happened so the new cap from IMS was vented differently by not having all that rubber vent, I wanted to be sure to use that one. The new tank did come with a new cap so I now have an extra for me or someone else. It was not very expensive. I have four other bikes in my family so I might need it for another bike sometime. I was told that the ethanol was the cause of the rubber deteriorating."
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Get control of your motor.

If you're anything like us at MotoSport, you want as much power out of your dirt bike as you can get! So you change out the dirt bike exhaust, air filter, maybe you've even had some motor work done. Now it's time to put all of your dirt bike modifications to good use, which means taking a look at the fuel injection and ignition controlled by your ECU, which is basically your bike's computer. In our 'Fuel Control' section, we have piggyback ECUs that plug in-line with your stock computer, the result being that you can now change your fuel map to coax that last horsepower out of your dirt bike, dial it in for race gas, optimize it for the current weather conditions, and much more. Some of them, like the Bazzaz unit, can be upgraded with a handlebar-mounted switch to change between fuel/ignition maps at the press of a button.

Want to go farther?

MotoSport's dirt bike fuel tank selection will fuel your passion to go further and further, or just simply ride a little longer. We have just about any tank size you could want, all the way up to the monster Acerbis 6.3 gallon tank for KTM dirt bikes. We also have the fuel line and mounting hardware you need to install them.