Scrambler gas tanks are part of our range of scrambler parts including: headlights, rear U frame, seats, mirrors, turn signals, mudguards and many other parts.
Here is our range of scrambler gas tanks for your motorcycle.
FIND THE PERFECT SCRAMBLER TANK FOR YOUR BIKE.
The fuel tank is a key part of the overall look of the bike.
It is appreciated that there is a consistency between the seat and the gas tank to give the scrambler an attractive look. We like the low profile of the tank and seat to follow each other to develop the chemistry that makes a scrambler successful.
So when planning a scrambler motorcycle, you can choose to rework the original tank or choose a new scrambler tank.
HOW TO CHOOSE A SCRAMBLER TANK ?
This choice is based on the shape of the original model, its condition and the future look you want your bike to have.
It is therefore relevant to see if the purchase of a scrambler gas tank is beneficial in terms of cost and time compared to the original tank.
It is important to check the dimensions of the scrambler tank and compare them to the dimensions of the frame beam that holds the tank.
It is also necessary to analyze and check the position of the supports when necessary.
In order to determine if the tank is suitable for your bike, we recommend that you take the dimensions of the original tank support beam as well as the dimensions of the pads or the support bracket at the seat.
The modification of a tank or tank support is not a difficult thing, you just have to be prepared and know what to do.
For a scrambler, a rounded gas tank or a more structured fuel tank with angles is preferred. Longer models or models with marked sides for the passage of the legs are more typical of a café racer.
The capacity of our scrambler gas tanks ranges from 9 liters to 17 liters for standard models and maybe more for a custom model.
Scrambler gas tanks are available in several versions:
Raw varnished version
The painted versions are available in a wide range of colors including the basics such as black, white, gray, red, green and many others.
The paint is customizable. Indeed, Remmotorcycle offers a tank customization service.
We have selected quality scrambler tanks so that you get the best value for money. The first tank in raw version starts at $160 and it goes up to $280 for the 15 liters model. There are cheaper tanks on the market that we do not recommend to install.
The price is higher for the custom-made model.
WHICH TANK FOR SCRAMBLER ?
When choosing a fuel tank for a Scrambler motorcycle, consider the following factors:
Compatibility: Make sure gas fuel tank is compatible with the specific model and frame of your Scrambler.
Capacity: Choose a fuel tank with the right capacity to meet your needs, keeping in mind that a larger tank may offer more range but add weight to the bike.
Material: Fuel tanks can be made from a variety of materials, including steel, aluminum and plastic, each with advantages and disadvantages in terms of weight, durability and price.
Style: Scrambler bikes often have a vintage or classic-inspired look. So choose a gas tank that matches the overall look of your bike.
Price: Fuel tanks can range in price from economical options to high-end performance components. Choose the best option for your budget and needs.
Personal preference: Ultimately, choose a fuel tank that meets your functional needs and fits the style of your Scrambler motorcycle.
HOW TO INSTALL A SCRAMBLER TANK?
Installing a fuel tank on a Scrambler motorcycle typically involves the following steps:
Prepare the scrambler: Remove the old fuel tank and all associated components, such as fuel lines, fuel valve and fuel cap.
Install the new fuel tank: Mount the new fuel tank on the frame, securing it with the appropriate bolts.
Connect the fuel lines: Attach the fuel lines to the new fuel tank, making sure the connections are secure and free of leaks.
Install the oil valve: Install the valve on the bottom of the new fuel tank, making sure the fuel lines are properly connected.
Install the gas cap: Install the gas cap on top of the new gas tank, making sure it is secure and properly sealed.
Test the bike: Fill the gas tank and start the engine, checking for leaks or problems with the fuel system.
Note: It is recommended that you consult the motorcycle service manual or seek professional help for proper installation, especially if you are inexperienced in motorcycle maintenance. Improper installation can affect the performance and safety of the motorcycle.