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Check out this customized Thrux by LSL I found via google.



BRITISH BIKE lovers needing something a little more fruity than the standard Triumph Thruxton may be keen to know that German tuning specialists Krefelder LSL have been busy at work recrafting one of Hinckley's finest.

Dubbed the 'T Clubman 860R' LSL have transformed a standard Thruxton into a rather chic cafe racer, with a custom-made top yoke and bar set, a recrafted headlight assembly, fat anodised spokes wheels (3.50x17 and 5.00x17 shod with Bridgestone BT-016 rubber) and of course the trademark Clubman seat.

Prices for the specialist parts are yet to be announced.

http://www.visordown.com/motorcyclenews/view/first_look_triumph_lsl_t_clubman_860r_/7284.html
 

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Not sure this much of a improvement. Other than the chubby tires it looks like crash damaged Bonnie with aftermarket gauge cups and headlight holder repairs and black paint. :confused:
 

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Anyone any idea what seat it is? Looks good, looks like it could shave height off the bike - which is what I am after.
 

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It looks wider too. Which would be alright for me. The stock seat "feels" too narrow- like a well padded rail- despite looking good.
 

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Black again?

Check out this customized Thrux by LSL I found via google.



BRITISH BIKE lovers needing something a little more fruity than the standard Triumph Thruxton may be keen to know that German tuning specialists Krefelder LSL have been busy at work recrafting one of Hinckley's finest.

Dubbed the 'T Clubman 860R' LSL have transformed a standard Thruxton into a rather chic cafe racer, with a custom-made top yoke and bar set, a recrafted headlight assembly, fat anodised spokes wheels (3.50x17 and 5.00x17 shod with Bridgestone BT-016 rubber) and of course the trademark Clubman seat.

Prices for the specialist parts are yet to be announced.

http://www.visordown.com/motorcyclenews/view/first_look_triumph_lsl_t_clubman_860r_/7284.html
Another black Thrux? It is over done!!

Let us see some Yellow, Red, Burgandy, British Racing Green with pollished aluminum covers and fork legs, and wheels. Stainless spokes and trick alloy parts. Enough of black on black already!!!! Get some colors going gentelman! Look to the past and see what Cafe Racers used to look like.

Steve, Old Limy racer at large. :cannon:

Gear Head at large. If You aint Infantry your aint S**t.
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Bike looks good . See some high end parts thrown in there . Nothing I'd call spectacular though .
 

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