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    You can't see it if you're not out there living it!

    '94 Rainbow Warrior - not so rainbow any more - Clarke XT350 tank, Lizrdbrth's seat mod, Beer Trap Pegs, Ricochet skid plate and more.

    Going through withdrawals, sold my other two TW's, down to one....Uhggghhh! Hidden Content

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    I think we know the owner..
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    A lot of money & attention to detail got poured into that machine, yet when done what does he want instead? A TW.
    Guess a Trailways 13 H.P. is preferable to a YZ's 40+? Wonder if he'ld like Betty Boop?

    Photos do show the sort of jackshaft/ swing arm arrangement that can be used by those who wish to shovel a larger displacement conventional motor in their TW.
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    2 extra sprockets to have to change out, but i bet double displacement and 3x the HP would be fun for a minute or two.

    i thought the same thing though... all that work and $$ to ask for a tdub. i'll skip the extra step and just keep mine.
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    That's been up for a while, and I suspect it'll be up for a while yet.
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    if it was street legal - I would consider it.
    2001 TW200 sporting a MT43 up front. Duro has gone to a good home. 2015 VStrom XT, 1996 DT 200, Broken 2010 Xingue 400 XY. 2009 WR250r now shared with my son.

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    Exactly. Who is going to buy a 15 year old dirtbike for that much?
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    front tire on backwards
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    That is a nice looking bike. If there's a weak gear box it will die quick with good gripping tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejfranz View Post
    if it was street legal - I would consider it.

    That was my first though as well! Would love to take it out for a day long trail ride tho. But having to trailer it to ride it is a deal breaker for me...

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