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There is no law stating you have to top up the tank with a full compliment of fuel every time you pull into a gas station. If you don't want the extra weight simply flow in a few gallons and be on your way

There is also no law stating that if you have fuel in the tank that you cannot stop until its empty. If you ant to stop every 10 minutes you can. Best part now is you don't have to stop at a gas station yo can stop anywhere you like.

It also cuts in 1/2 the amount of time you swipe you card at the gas station.

I simply hate stopping for fuel. I don't mind when out riding with friends if we stop at every gas station. While there topping up I'm 1st in line at the bathroom. When they are done fueling then they stand in line to piss while I'm out stretching my legs and grabbing a cool drink.

To each his own.
 

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No doubt the big gas tank provides more flexibility. If I hadn't been looking for a bike that spent as much time off road as on, I'd probably be riding a GSA.
 
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