MH900e fuel tank news: we are working to improve the area where the fuel pump base plate meets the tank and are awaiting another revision of the tank to arrive. At issue was how the original tank uses a non-traditional mating surface. With a slight change, we will mimick how an o-ring works and use a rounded sealing surface instead of a triangular one. This should improve longevity of the gasket as well, since we have already seen gaskets cut and damaged by the sharp OEM-style triangular seal. To give everyone something to look at, we put up some pictures from the track day we attended in June. At this track day, we got 102 miles on the track before the fuel light came on. 102 miles of WOT high speed fun...
MH900e with black wheels and bodywork MH900e with black wheels and bodywork
MH900e with black wheels from 2006 Ducati S2R Dark and track bodywork from Catalyst Composites painted black. Aftermarket parts are Staintune mufflers, brake tech ductile iron rotors, carbon Monster front fender, and Ohlins shock. Other mods include removal of faux sump and polishing of exhaust headers.
MH900e with black wheels and bodywork MH900e with black wheels and bodywork
Right side view.
MH900e with black wheels and bodywork MH900e with black wheels and bodywork
Left side view.
MH900e with black wheels and bodywork MH900e with black wheels and bodywork
Front view.
MH900e with Black Wheels MH900e with Black Wheels
MH900e with black wheels from 2006 Ducati S2R Dark. Aftermarket parts are Staintune mufflers, brake tech ductile iron rotors, carbon Monster front fender, and Ohlins shock. Other mods include removal of faux sump and polishing of exhaust headers.