modifications described in the following text are for educational purposes only.
In no way do I recommend that you apply these modifications to your own
motorcycle. If you do choose to go ahead and modify your motorcycle based on the
information in this document you will accept all responsibility for your own
actions. The author(s) of this document, and host(s) providing it for you,
accept no responsibility whatsoever. If you are unqualified to make any of the
changes described herein but are bent on doing the modification, seek out a
knowledgeable friend or professional mechanic for assistance.
instructions for the Totally TTRs fitting kit for Acerbis 22litre Tank to a
TTR250 metal tank Open Enduro
you will need to remove your seat and old fuel tank. Leave the rubber locating
bungs in place as they will be used later.
the 2 frame bolts that connect the engine mounts but leave the rest of the
engine mounting brackets in place as shown in this photo.
need to bend back the horn so that it is flat to the cylinder head.
will need to fit the petrol taps to the Acerbis tank.
Then fit the larger brackets to the tank making sure you use a bit of Loctite on the threads.
Then fit the brackets but just do the bolts up finger tight for now.
the self-adhesive rubber strip to the frame.
can locate the tank onto the bike.
tank is in position, fit the 2 long frame bolts with washers. These will need to
be fitted from the right-hand side.
old locking nuts from the engine mount bolts but do not
fully tighten them up at this stage.
the strap and seat locating bracket like this Note that I have re-used some of the
old tank fixing bracket in the photo.
now tighten up all these nuts and all the other nuts and bolts
that have been fitted.
the seat. Make sure you push down on the middle of the seat as you slide it to
fit into the locating brackets on the base of the frame and the new one on the
tank. This will become apparent when fitting.
need to push the seat forward quite hard and hold it there while you get the 2
bolts fitted under the seat.
fuel lines and then you
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