Anti-slosh foam

February 7, 2011 by

As we ride our bikes the fuel level decreases and the remaining fuel starts moving inside the tank with the movement of the bike, each bump, jump, corner, acceleration and deceleration, causes the fuel to move and that movement produces some forces and these forces are then transferred to the wall of the tank and transferred throughout the bike upsetting the center of gravity which negatively affects the bike handling.
The anti-slosh foam is a special sponge-like material that goes inside the fuel tank and only reduces the tanks volume by 2-3 percent, but helps suppress explosion, absorb impact energy and control fuel sloshing.