Acerbis Fuel Tank

Item Number: 325022

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Product Description


Acerbis Fuel Tank

Acerbis fuel tanks are the #1 choice for riders looking to get extra mileage out of their MX and offroad motorcycles. Fabricated from a strong and durable polyurethane material that can stand up to years of riding (and crashing), an Acerbis gas tank is a wise investment for anyone looking for extra seat time between fuel stops.

  • Additional fuel capacity while still providing slim ergonomics and sleek styling
  • Impact and abrasion resistant polyurethane tank provides years of service
  • Fuel tank includes Acerbis gas cap, mounting kit, and vent hose
  • Applications that require special fuel Y-fittings, petcocks, etc. will come with the tank
  • For EFI models, you are to re-use the OEM fuel pump
  • Made in Italy

Spec Details
Capacity Varies (make selection above)
Color Varies (make selection above)
Country of Origin Italy

Vehicle Fitment

Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.


  • CRF150R 2007-2009, 2013-2017
  • CRF150R Expert 2007-2009, 2012-2017
  • CRF250L 2013-2015
  • CRF250R 2004-2016
  • CRF450R 2005-2016
  • XR250R 1996-2004
  • XR400R 1996-2004
  • XR650L 1993-1996
  • XR650R 2000-2007


  • 125 SX 2007-2015
  • 144 SX 2007-2008
  • 150 SX 2009-2015
  • 150 XC 2011-2014
  • 200 EXC 2005
  • 200 XC 2008-2009
  • 200 XC-W 2008-2016
  • 250 EXC 2005
  • 250 EXC-G Racing 2005
  • 250 SX 2007-2016
  • 250 SX-F 2007-2015
  • 250 XC 2008-2016
  • 250 XC-F 2008-2015
  • 250 XC-W 2008-2016
  • 250 XCF-W 2012-2016
  • 300 EXC 2005
  • 300 XC 2008-2015
  • 300 XC-W 2008-2016
  • 350 EXC-F 2012-2016
  • 350 SX-F 2011-2015
  • 350 XC-F 2011-2015
  • 350 XCF-W 2012-2016
  • 400 EXC-G Racing 2005-2006
  • 400 SX Racing 2002
  • 400 XC-W 2009-2010
  • 450 EXC 2007-2011
  • 450 EXC-G Racing 2005-2006
  • 450 SX 2006
  • 450 SX Racing 2003-2005
  • 450 SX-F 2007-2015
  • 450 SX-F Factory Edition 2012
  • 450 XC-F 2008-2009, 2013-2015
  • 450 XC-W 2009, 2012-2015
  • 500 EXC 2012-2016
  • 500 XC-W 2012-2015
  • 505 SX-F 2007-2008
  • 505 XC-F 2008-2009
  • 520 SX Racing 2002
  • 525 EXC 2007
  • 525 EXC-G Racing 2005-2006
  • 525 SX 2006
  • 525 SX Racing 2003-2005
  • 525 Supermoto SX 2004-2005
  • 530 EXC 2009-2011
  • 530 XC-W 2009


  • KLX250R 1994-1996
  • KLX300R 1997-2007
  • KLX400R 2003-2004
  • KLX450R 2008-2009
  • KX250F 2009-2010
  • KX450F 2009-2015


  • DR350 1990-1999
  • DR350S 1990-1998
  • DR650S 2015-2017
  • DR650SE 1992-2014
  • DR-Z400 2000-2004
  • DR-Z400E 2000-2007
  • RM-Z250 2007-2009


  • WR250F 2003-2013
  • WR450F 2003-2011
  • YZ85 2007-2017
  • YZ125 2002-2017
  • YZ250 2-Stroke 2002-2017
  • YZ250F 4-Stroke 2001-2009, 2014-2017
  • YZ250X 2-Stroke 2016-2017
  • YZ426F 2000-2002
  • YZ450F 2003-2017

Customer Reviews

More riding!

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5 stars

By on December 22, 2016

This tank has been great for getting more miles in the trails, instead of heading back to fill up. Great fit, quality tank.

5 stars
5 stars

Questions & Answers

  • will this tank allow stock and aftermarket plastics to fit on it without having to modify any of the plastics?

    By: Guest

    All Acerbis gas tanks, expect for those that are being fitted to a 2003-2006 Yamaha WR250F or 2004-2006 Yamaha WR450F will work with the stock plastics on the model that you select. In the case of the aforementioned Yamaha WR models, those fuel tanks must be used in conjunction with 2003-2005 Yamaha YZ250F/YZ450F radiator shrouds as the Acerbis fuel tank doesn't fit the original radiator shrouds on those particular machines.

    By: Staff

  • Will I be able to use the stock gas cap with this tank?

    By: Robert

    Acerbis fuel tanks are only compatible with the gas cap that comes with the tank. You cannot re-use the OEM fuel cap to fit on the Acerbis gas tank.

    By: Staff

  • Will my stock seat fit with this tank

    2000 wr400

    By: Paul

    Yes, all of Acerbis' fuel tanks are designed to work with the OEM seat. This goes for the 2000 Yamaha WR400F Acerbis gas tank as well. Simply choose your machine from our drop down fit guide and we'll get the correct tank to work with the stock seat and the stock plastics on its way to you. Best of all, we guarantee it'll fit!

    By: Staff

  • Does this 5.3 gallon tank also include petcock?

    By: Dave M

    If the bike for which you're purchasing the Acerbis gas tank for is carbureted, then yes - it will include an Acerbis fuel petcock. Furthermore, any special Y-pipes or other fittings and hoses are included where required to fit your bike. On the other hand, if your bike is fuel-injected, you are to re-use all of the OEM fuel pump components from the pump itself down to the engine.

    By: Staff

  • Will this work on my 2016 ktm 500 xc-w?

    By: Richard G.

    Yes, Acerbis produces a 2016 500 XC-W tank in a 4.1 gallon size. Once you choose your make, year and model from the fit guide on our website, you'll be able to select either a black or natural color fuel tank for your bike.

    By: Staff

  • Will this fit on my 96' dr650se?

    By: Dr650se

    Yes, we do have a Acerbis fuel tank for the 1996 Suzuki DR650SE. Simply choose your machine from our fit guide and the color that you want - we'll be sure to get the correct DR650 gas tank on its way to you, fast!

    By: Staff

  • can i use me oem pedcock

    By: Guest

    Acerbis gas tanks are not compatible with the OEM fuel petcock. Every tank that we sell from Acerbis will include its own petcock, so there's no need to purchase any additional parts to fit this aftermarket dirt bike gas tank to your machine. Everything you need is included in the box!

    By: Staff

  • Will the tank fit my 2016 KTM 500 EXC?

    By: gmtcm

    Yes, we do have Acerbis fuel tanks available to fit the 2016 KTM 500 EXC. You can get them in either, a 3 or 4.1 gallon capacity in either a black or natural color. The nice thing about the natural color is that you can easily glance at the tank and have a pretty good idea of how much fuel is left.

    By: Staff

  • Mileage on 2.7 gallon tank?

    How many miles can you get out of a 2.7 gallon on a 2016 Honda 450r , racing desert?

    By: 1down4up

    It's really hard to say exactly what kind of mileage you could expect what with variable such as altitude, gearing and the type of rider you are. I can tell you that we've seen CRF450R models get anywhere between mid-30 to mid 50 MPG, depending on the rider and the terrain. It's a safe bet that you'd get at least 80 miles out of one tank and maybe even up to 130. Given that you're working in a racing environment, however - you range would most likely be towards the shorter end of the scale.

    By: Staff

  • Will my seat fit with this tank? I have a wr250 f

    By: Carly

    So long as you're using a stock WR250F seat, or a seat where the front edge of it is the same shape and size as the OEM seat, you shouldn't have any problem fitting this WR250F tank to your machine. As an aside, Acerbis X-Seats are also designed to work flawlessly with Acerbis fuel tanks.

    By: Staff

  • do u have any larger tanks

    By: Guest

    Acerbies gas tanks are available in sizes ranging from 1.7 gallons all the way up to 6.6 gallons, depending on the machine it is that you have. Once you select your motorcycle from our fit guide, you'll be presented with all available fuel tank sizes that'll fit your machine.

    By: Staff

  • will this fit on my 2004 honda XR250

    By: Dubzy

    Yes, Acerbis does produce a large gas tank for the 2004 Honda XR250R. We have them available in natural, white or red. Just choose the 2008 XR250R from our fit guide, and the color that you want and we guarantee you'll get an Acerbis XR250 fuel tank to fit your bike!

    By: Staff

  • how does this tank affect the fuel gage on my honda crf250l

    By: steve

    Basically, the fuel gauge would function in the same manner as it did with the original tank, albeit it may not start showing fuel consumed from a full tank for a little while longer. This is due to the extra volume within. In other words, it'll indicate a full tank for a greater period of time before it starts going down.

    By: Staff