i voted for what i wanted to see...not what i think is going to happen
I am hoping for 3, but I think it will be 4.
- Leisure Time Larry -
2004 TW200, 13-55 gearing, Shinko 241, Race Tech Emulators, Procycle front springs, Works Performance rear shock, Emgo handguards, Luckybike mirror risers, Ken Sean DS foldable mirrors, 30mm Tusk bar risers, Seat Concepts, Kick Starter kit, Plasti-dip camo coat, Cycle Pumps, Ricochet Skid Plate, flood and spot LED pod lights, Sena, Garmin etrex 20 GPS, IMS 313114 folding shifter
300cc 6th gear overdrive for the highway would make the perfect TW
2007 CB919 - 70k Miles and still runs like new!
* 2001 TW200 (Sold after 15k miles of fun)
<400CC is possible. The JaP D/L has a <400 cc class that would be interested.
FYI their clasees are <50CC, <400CC, >400CC
We've discussed before how to keep up with CARB compliance the TW will most likely have to be fuel injected. Will it be cheaper to just market the WR250 or XT250 instead that's already injected or upgrade the electronics and redesign the fuel system on on the TW's?
Hell just put a smaller cylinder on a 250 and you've solved the whole problem with the 200cc ceiling in Asia
They have had some nice color schemes. Mine is white and silver. Didn't realize they had so many different colors when I bought mine.