Spent an hour or so tidying up the rear end now the tanks are out. Managed to cut the clutch hose to length too and tidy up and secure all the wiring. Still want to do more in the respect of making it look better but it's road worthy now. Will sort the looks during the winter. Just the hydraulics to bleed and I'm all done. Hopefully the clutch will be sorted and then she's back on the road
Love the nice neat fit of your new high capacity fuel tanks forward of the rear bulk head behind the seats @adam but was wondering whether it would be worth considering adding a stainless steel strap high up to prevent the tank from rocking and potential fatigue cracks from possibly developing in the tanks securing feet due to the acceleration/deceleration loads of such an extreme machine, just a thought.
I did consider this due to my original tanks in the original location failing due to the additional weight. The tanks have double sided high strength tape on the back of them and are stuck to the read panel, along with the 3 bolts holding them at low level. I can report back now that they are solid even when full of fuel. So all good.