at British - Customs. Serious MooLaa in this Thrux.
Looks like Ohlins forks and Oz wheels. Much higher spec than the S3.On 2006-12-08 06:33, bill_harvey wrote:
Ohh is that a speed tripple front end?
Well it never was a Thruxton, not a black engine, so it prob started as a Bonnie. I think it has a great dirt tracker look to it; almost like the white bike Mule built that was at the motorcycle show two or so years ago. Really needs the Scrambler's pipes to complete the look though.On 2006-12-08 09:50, Mancha wrote:
Doesn't really look much like a Thruxton anymore, by which I also mean, it doesn't have that "retro" feel.
Orthopedic shoes...I stand corrected.On 2006-12-08 11:30, sweatmachine wrote:
TBSStuna, the Thruxton does not have a black engine. It has a black head, like this bike does, so it is/was a Thruxton.
On 2006-12-08 14:07, sweatmachine wrote:
CYNCRZR, that doesn't suprise me about the 'tona 675.
I saw a dyno run for a stock Speed Triple, and a bonnie with a wiseco 904 and 41mm mikunis makes a good deal more torque at a lot lower RPM than the 1050cc motor does, so dusting a 675 should be easy...until that lil' triple winds up a bit.
What kind of torque does that 675 motor make anyway, and at what rpm?