Richer jetting often hurts mileage, so the stock tank (3.2 gallons, as mine is a true California bike) gave unacceptably poor range. Hold on, doesn’t the aftermarket have something? Of course. On goes the Acerbis 5.3-gal tank, and now I get to remember to turn the fuel off instead of letting the stock vacuum petcock handle it. Miraculously, I’ve been up to the task. But the Acerbis holds almost 32 pounds of fuel, forward and up high, so my initial calculations on fork spring preload were off. Yank the caps, install longer spacers, and we’re ready to go. As soon as I could ride it further without stopping, the miserable stock seat seemed just that much more miserable. Hey, ProCycle, send me one of your seats, too. Around we go.