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HRC Tank parts have arrived

Here is a pic of the HRC Fuel pump adapter for that holds the fuel pump in place. Also HRC provide a special rubber housing for the fuel pump to. The housing simply slips over the fuel pump. The next step will be to fit the bike. The kit uses the stock fuel pump and as the tank has the correct boss installed on the base, only some of the HRC parts are required.


  1. Hi mate where did you get your parts from? Do you have to use the rubber cover and setting plate?

  2. The rubber cover doesn't have to be used but the plate has to be used as it lowers the pump. This lower the centre of gravity of the tank.

  3. Ah right ok, iv got the same aluminium tank as you and just looking at what's needed to fit it

    1. If its exactly like mine, you need 1 x 17575-NLR-000 with the stock pump and 2 seals. Its fastened with 6 M6 x 10 bolts p/n 90105-MM4-000 or titanium as I did.


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