Originally Posted by oogamiser
well, just putting a few more gaskets on the bottom works...I don't like it, I feel as though the structural integrity of the engine is compromised, but if it works and it doesn't blow up, why mess with it further. I'm a little heavier, 250lbs but the bike pulls nicely past 25 at 3/4 throttle so not too shabby, I'm running just a little under 32-1 ratio, carb is adjusted just right, had the fuel tank loosen up on my ride this morning so I got gas on me, but it's tight now...always worrying about pulling the studs outta the tank tends to make me err on the cautious side...thanks to those who helped.
This might help with the slipping tank syndrome-
I put a thin coat of plasti-dip on the tank's valley and top surface of the frame tube to be able to keep it in position without over-tightening the mounts.
It really works and I can't even budge it from side to side while the nuts are only snug. Blue loc-tite and a double nut keeps them on.