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breesem
Kent,
United Kingdom

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Daytona T595


07 Sep 2011 14:35
I had probmlems with my original tank (98 T595). It bowed out on one side meaning it was less concave than the other side. It also expanded and twisted so it didn't sit in the frame properly and I couldn't get the tank cowl back on. In the end I bought another tank of ebay (after checking it was true). There are other threads on this fab forum about similar problems and the consensus seems to be it's an ethanol related problem. I have read about coatings that can be applied to the inside but I haven't done that much research as of yet. If anyone know about these I'd be keen to hear their views.
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