In addition to the obvious (stuff you can see - powder coated frame and covers, painted plastics, polished fork lowers and triple tree, modified the cats eye taillight to fit, new turn signals, etc.) I also installed progressive fork springs, cart emulators and higher weight fork oil w/ low stiction oil seals, cut back and rebuild the forward wiring harness to get rid of the rats nest of crapping going to the headlight that didn't need to due to the relocation of: the horn, ignition switch and regulator).
Problem is - I REALLY thought this job would take me all winter, so I picked up a new toy that ought to keep my through the summer while the Triumph is on the road (see next post).
She's a real mess - but a little tinkering and it was actually running and idling great before I tore it completely down. The chassis is just mocked up in this pic and I'm working on rebuilding the motor now.
Not a Triumph I know, but it keeps me busy while I ride the beauty.
What a great departure from the norm....It's beautiful mate! You so rarely see a white frame and it goes great with the scram look....something you would not expect to see on a bike.....
You should enter the BOM with it, sure winner there....
Nice job for sure, congrats on that...!!!
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