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    Hi new here, I hope to get and give,



    this is my TW125



















    a big difference with my previous bike, but that one is RIP:





    Nice to be here!

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    and a "normal" pic:





    I was looking for a TW for the time being, that is untill i buy a new BMW GS, but this one is for keeps, I get al lot more compliments on this bike than my GS hahaha

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    That GS looks like a fighter jet or something thats ready for a space launch. I've never seen one of those but it looks like a lot of fun! Sorry to hear you lost it. I'm sure the TW will get you through these hard times
    '13 690 Enduro R too many frickin farkles...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JdubSC View Post
    That GS looks like a fighter jet or something thats ready for a space launch. I've never seen one of those but it looks like a lot of fun! Sorry to hear you lost it. I'm sure the TW will get you through these hard times


    yeah, it was a blast haha

    big difference 1200cc to 125cc...



    I wish I could buy a 200cc engine somewhere..

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    Welcome Robert. You will be a popular person here when you express envy for how big the motors are in our TW200s. Thats a rare statement in the overall mc world. I'm sure the TW will serve you well. Tom
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    Every now and then some finds a TW225cc engine in Europe. Hmmmm?!?!



    Sebastian at TW_parts.com can set you up with whatever you need to build a 250cc or so TW from your 125.




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    Thanks thats a great tip!

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    it will be alot easier to pick up a tw125 than a gs1200. my buddy has a 1200 and it looks like it would be a bitch to pick up if you droped it on its side!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr zannini View Post
    it will be alot easier to pick up a tw125 than a gs1200. my buddy has a 1200 and it looks like it would be a bitch to pick up if you droped it on its side!


    haha i can relate to that. im looking for a f800gs now. but not selling the tw!

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    hi

    welcome aboard

    it seems tuning is getting very popular in Northern Europe, I already supply many stores in Belgium, Germany and Holland, congrats

    cheers
    Please contact member MichaelC from San Diego Cal. before asking info or putting comments about tuning parts, motorcycle customization and everything linked to TW in Japan. Thank you very much.

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