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FVO System

Framebreaker Racing is dedicated to providing quality parts and accessories for you and your motorcycles. We are proud that we were the first to offer a true bolt on subtank system, with our FVO System back in 2003. We still are the only company that offer a subtank system as a standard kit or a fully custom kit built to your specs.
All of our products have a 30 day money back guarantee, so if you are not happy with any of our products for any reason, return them for a full refund of the purchased price. Here at Framebreaker Racing, all products are built for racers by racers, backed by full customer support. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us, we would love to here from you.

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Own a subtank system?
Having problems fitting your sytem behind the number plate, because of your CDI box?
Our FVO System fits behind all Motocross bikes number plates, even the CRF 450's, which have a large CDI. Some companies idea of a mounting bracket is a zip tie and some foam. Our brackets are ultra light hand made carbon fiber, and fit tightly against your forks for a good fit with, or without a CDI behind your plate.
Our tanks now have red anodized end caps, with matching black and red anodized pushbutton bleeders. The new FVO System's  total  weight, is an even  lighter  8 ounces.

No number plate modifications or zip ties here!
Fits behind stock '05-'06 CRF 450 with ease.
All other MX bikes have much more room behind the number plates than the newer CRF 450's

Picture above shows a stock '06 CRF 450, with the handlebars turned all the way to the right.