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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-26-2017, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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Thruxton R PoRn

Here's a few shots of my new Thruxton R. Had it now for a month today, and have acquired 2000 miles on it. In love with it. It with my wife's Street Scrambler make a great pair.

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Here's a few shots of my new Thruxton R.
Take that in front of your summer house?
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Take that in front of your summer house?
I wish.

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Some changes for the winter. Heated grips, and I swapped over to a Thruxton 900 Flyscreen and put matching vinyl on my cowl to tie it all together. I think it looks sharp as hell. I even went as far as to match my "summer" helmet too.

I really love the Thruxton 900 Mini fairing flyscreen. It keeps me from going with the full on fairing offered for the 1200/1200R and gives me the look I want.

I gotta say, I am so incredibly thrilled with this bike. It's perfection.
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Some changes for the winter. Heated grips, and I swapped over to a Thruxton 900 Flyscreen and put matching vinyl on my cowl to tie it all together. I think it looks sharp as hell. I even went as far as to match my "summer" helmet too.

I really love the Thruxton 900 Mini fairing flyscreen. It keeps me from going with the full on fairing offered for the 1200/1200R and gives me the look I want.

I gotta say, I am so incredibly thrilled with this bike. It's perfection.
I dig the matching hat.

The only thing that brings the bikes short of perfection to me is the lack of the ability to mount highway pegs. I love to be able to stretch my legs on long days when the road straightens out.
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Where'd you find the Union Jack tank pads? Those are rad!


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I went with Motone for the Union Jack's.

Bike is looking very different than this old thread. Very happy with how it turned out. It's perfect to me

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