FuelCel “composite” motorcycle fuel tanks are a big performance gain through weight reduction providing more acceleration, quicker handling, and improved braking. Unlike brittle Carbon fiber, FuelCels are constructed from Kevlar, a tougher material for the application. Meticulously engineered and beautifully constructed, adding our FuelCel anti-slosh product can greatly accentuate these attributes. A FuelCel upgrade is an intelligent investment for the astute performance tuner so we make it our highest goal to provide the best possible product on the market today at the most competitive price and back it with impeccable service.
Many customers resell their OEM components when adding performance products to offset their aftermarket investment. FuelCel motorcycle gas tanks provide years of service so your investment is secure.
Every tank is built to order and nothing is built without complete payment. It takes between 2-5 weeks to ship depending on current demand. If you need your tank quickly, please contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org. We ship all over the world, help us put another pin on our map!
Every effort is made to ensure that your new FuelCel tank is leak free. Although every precaution is taken in the manufacturing of your new FuelCel, in-house testing cannot reproduce the dynamic conditions of the installation on the motorcycle. Under certain conditions of vibration, heat, and gasoline, a very tiny pinhole can develop in rare cases that escape our detection.
Should a leak occur after installation and painting, we will do our best to identify and fix the issue. This includes coating the interior of the tank, if necessary, at no charge in the first 2 years from the time of shipment. To avoid this potential, but highly rare problem, it is highly recommended to do the following the installation instructions.
At this time, no apparent degradation has been observed using Ethanol blended fuels with our construction materials.
Due to our high-grade epoxy and manufacturing techniques, your FuelCel tank is usually repairable, unlike most composite tanks. Generally, if 30% or more of the exterior surface area or other structurally critical areas are damaged, it could be considered totaled.
Repairs are made with the same materials as the tank was originally built with ensuring structural integrity and fuel resistance.
Emergency repairs at the track for small things can be done using a JB Weld type of two part epoxy after roughly sanding the area and drying it of any fuel.
Repair charges typically run between $100 to $500, with an average of about $200. Shipping costs are the customer’s responsibility both ways. Turnaround time is a few days to a week.
If you have any questions about whether or not your tank is able to be repaired, you can always send a picture to email@example.com.