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    Senior Member randucci's Avatar
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    Hi all, I haven't posted much, but have been using the forum for finding info and it has been great, thanks! I have always liked the TW200 and bought this 2004 about a month ago. I won't be doing any off road riding, so I decided to go with putting together a Cafe style street bike. So far I added a Puig Windy fairing, a 8" single headlight, handlebar end mirrors, Shinko street tires, and a small front fender. The front fender and headlight came from the local motorcycle boneyard, not sure what they were from, they were just the right size. I had to of course make the headlight/fairing mounting plates and fender mount, which actually took longer to design than actually fabricate. I am going to do a L.E.D. rear taillight and custom license plate bracket soon. I also bought one of the Lizrdcooler oil cooler adapters and after looking for coolers, I think I am just going to make a finned aluminum billet one myself. Probably just a simple loop, I don't want to get the oil too cold, it will also be more tough than a thin finned copper unit.



    Anyways here are a few pictures for now, let me know what you think.































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    looks good man...nice job!!!...the headlight and windscreen remind me of a buell blast



    http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/photo...uell-Blast.htm

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    Front fender looks cool, especially since you are using it for street riding. Better looking for this purpose than the stock fender. Not so much if using for off-road, but you got that covered.
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    Very nice! Like that headlight/windscreen combo.
    Mike Carter. Woodland, California (NorCal). '89 Tw200 (Black Widow Edition). Blood red Jimbo shield, Cycleracks, Nuvi 500 GPS, Kolpin fuel pack jr., D shield bark busters, 55t rear sprocket, Golden boy front tire, Ricochet shield.

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    Wow that looks great! I really like the windscreen.



    Bar end mirrors and smaller turn signals are actually next on my list of mods.



    Which bar end mirrors and turn signals are you using?

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