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it's a beautiful tank, but the bottom doesn't look anything like the one on my '00 m900 - you sure it's for a fuel injected bike?
 

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you might take it by ducati seattle and see what they say
 

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mtn_mnztr said:
it's a beautiful tank, but the bottom doesn't look anything like the one on my '00 m900 - you sure it's for a fuel injected bike?
That was my first thought as well.

The more I think about it the more I think you're right.


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Does not fit on the '97 carb monster in my garage, so I think it must be FI. If you have more insight than I let me know.
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Brian
What about it doesn't fit?

The two nipples to the left of the hinge are for the vent and overflow drain tubes, the threaded hole up from that is for mounting the bracket for the fuel filter, and the nipple that sticks out of the side of the tank is for the supply line.

If it were fuel injected it'd have one more hose nipple for the fuel return line.

I just went out in the garage and looked under the tank of my roommate's '97 750 and it looks identical to the one in your picture.
 

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I think that tank is for a late 750 carby. Like "00 and up.
 

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when I try and fit it on the '97 carb the seat does not match up to the cutouts and it sits a bit forward making the latch impossible to catch and the bars hit the corners unless the bump stops are moved way out. Also the rubber pads on the bottom do not seem to mate with the frame correctly, i bit narrow...

I will try and run it past Duc Seattle today. The bottom of it looks similar to that of my 97 m900 tank, but doesn't fit? Any other ideas let me know...
 
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