Thanks for the link, this is the answer I got from ben on the where it's going to be situated. "Hi, Yes I tried using additional weights for a larger front tank and it was not an option I wanted to follow after that as I did not like how it made the bike feel. Then I looked at the rear and decided similar, that whist it was better than the front it was still not ideal with weight shifting and its still quite high up there. Also it meant that you could not utilise whatever luggage / rack setup you want to, and whilst we have our own one of those on the way I did not want to make it so that you could only use our one as I thought that it was not fair to do it that way. So........ I ended up in the middle and the weight is as low as possible, handling is superb. As you can imagine this is not the simplest of things to design properly but my view is that it is the best option, I am making the kit "Plug&Play" so whilst its quite involved its going to be really neat and its totally reversible if you ever want to. It retains fuel level on the main display etc etc and the whole thing is no more difficult to fill than how you currently fill up. Will post up some pictures once I have more of a "production" version ready as at the moment its certainly a case of function over form." I would assume it's under the seat, but not sure what it will replace... I don't think you can do a RadeGarage ktm 690 style airbox replacement with the T7.