Although the most common part on a motorcycle to be powder coated is the rim, virtually any alloy or metal component on a motorcycle can be powder coated, brake callipers, intake manifolds, fuel tanks and frames, it all comes down to understanding how the component performs and using the correct preparation techniques to successfully apply the desired finish.
Powder coating is cost effective and is superior to most liquid coatings. Powder coating is tough. It won't chip, crack, or peel. Powder coating is extremely resistant to abrasion, corrosion, and chemical degrading. Powder coating adheres better than conventional paint does. Powder coating has superior weatherability. Powder coating is attractive coming in a wide array of colors and textures. Powder coating is easy to clean and maintain.
Maintaining that great powder coated look is easy. Using a neutral detergent, just wash the coating down with soapy water and rinse off with clean water. Regular washing every 6 months under normal conditions will keep your powder coated parts looking like new
Why not consider powder coating your tank don’t forget it is chemical resistant.