Thanks Builder, the cap has a ring that goes inside the tank with threaded holes and the tank is sandwiched between the ring and the cap you see. So I just used the ring as a template to trace out what I needed to cut and also the drill the screw holes. Pretty simple tbh. Then just used a cut off wheel to cut the shape out of the tank. (The original tank has a metal drain tube that drains fuel from the original cap area, I cut that inside the tank and crimped it with pliers, I’m also going to cap the bung on the underside of the tank to be sure no fuel can escape)Wow, great progress! How did you modify the tank to accept the new endurance cap? Your paint job looks great man! How many hours do you have in the body? Curious as I'm contemplating doing mine. What did you use to bend up the fairing stay? I just bought a welder so I'm going to be fabbing new stuff next season. Bike is going to look great when you're done.
Thanks! I ended up using the bmw rear shock. I forget the years that work but I believe it’s the 2012 s1000r shock. It’s a direct swap. Fits perfect. I didn’t have to modify anything.That paint scheme is pretty baller man. What direction did you end up going for a shock?