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    Senior Member atleastbehandy's Avatar
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    Sweet looking bike with something that TW200 owners will recognize!



    2005 TW200, 2" PowerMadd bar riser, Tusk D-Flex Hand Guards, PowerMadd Hand Muffs, Kick-Start, Valco Cup Holder, Givi E45N Top Case, Inline fuel filter, Storage Tube with MSR bottle, 45 Tooth sprocket, Stebel Low Tone horn, #130 Main Jet / no needle shims / 1.5 turns out on idle, Jimbo Shield, DID O-Ring chain, Clarke XT250 4.1 Gal tank, Custom Cycleracks

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    Ooooooh baby! That thing is sweet!
    If you can't find it, grind it

    1990 TW200

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    Its not on Aprilia's website. Think it will make it past concept?
    -Szj



    2001 TW

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    Well, they'll need to add a rear fender at least! But yeah, I can see this going to production.
    2005 TW200, 2" PowerMadd bar riser, Tusk D-Flex Hand Guards, PowerMadd Hand Muffs, Kick-Start, Valco Cup Holder, Givi E45N Top Case, Inline fuel filter, Storage Tube with MSR bottle, 45 Tooth sprocket, Stebel Low Tone horn, #130 Main Jet / no needle shims / 1.5 turns out on idle, Jimbo Shield, DID O-Ring chain, Clarke XT250 4.1 Gal tank, Custom Cycleracks

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    that thing is awesome looking!

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    An article I read confirmed its a concept for auto tranny. My 650atv has a cvt tranny. I wasn't sure if I would like it. But I love it. Engine and power always seems to be right where I need it.

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