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Just finished up a tail tidy operation on my 2000 Speed-tona. A lot of plastic was removed but I think she'll live. Nice and clean now. Did it all with a dremel and a little sheet metal. Pretty easy operation, no kit needed for those of you thinking of doing this yourselves.


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Kool flames, not for me....but I like it.

I've been toying with the idea of the brit flag on the tank like on the daytona front end in the triumph catalog...
 

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thats how it is done just finished doing the same looks fantastic.the extra space behind the tag light is large enough to put the blinkers into
 

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Hey Xactoman,

Neat job on the tail tidy, and a real nice looking bike.
 

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The headlights are not off a speed triple. I wasn't about to pay $300-$400 for triumph lights. Did a bit of searching and found some very nice 5-3/4" chrome lights with a diamond cut reflector from Drag Specialties. They look a bit more trick than stock, fit really nice and are super bright. $120 for the pair.

Here's a better look at them.

 
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