It maybe possible. They may have installed an 89 H1 exhaust. This would give the clearance needed.
Will this fit? Not the same year however.I have now checked all motorcycle brokers and there isn’t any used coolant reservoirs available.
Same in eBay except that one in US. I think I will fix the old one, but I’m not sure what stuff to use that will stick to the reservoir material. Perhaps any epoxy glue will do? Some elastic fixing compounds are also very good and can stand the heat and coolant. Many possible solutions here. It’s good that riding season is still a month and a half away depending how fast the snow and ice melts from the roads.
Would it be possible to use any model’s reservoir as they seem to be quite same in size and design? And also maybe a smaller tank hidden in front fairing on left side as there are more free space?I am likely going to mount up a P model reservoir to my second H1 rebuild. Have not been able to locate another good one.
You are right about that and I will look for a small reservoir tank to mount it somewhere behind the front fairing section. Maybe some 125 bike has suitable size tank. The weather is not usually very hot in Finland and the reservoir never becomes full anyway. I poured out the remaining coolant and it hardly would have filled a beer can.You can use any reservoir. Just a matter of finding a sturdy mount to hold it. Race bikes mount them up front usually.