The Febur radiator is back on for sale. For the most part it is an easy swap with one exception. This radiator has a filler cap on the right side which interferes with the right air tube. So there are 2 options. Cut a hole in the right air tube Which is what I did or you can modify the radiator to eliminate the cap since it really isn't needed since the overflow tank on the bike is where you add coolant.
Cut the hole and delete the hose from the left side water pipe to the header tank
Then connect the hose from below the radiator cap to the bottom of the header tank
Drill a hole in the header tank cap and now it will gravity feed the radiator
The header tank will no longer be pressurized, eliminating more possible leaks:wink2:
I have stripped the gas tank and sanded it using 600 grit paper. In this condition you can either have it painted or you can further sand it using 1500-2000 grit paper and polish it. This is a $1600 tank new but I am only asking $720