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    Member Havoc's Avatar
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    Hi All,



    I'm starting to rebuild the second TW - bought for the nice price of 300 euro



    Pictures are going to follow - we 're making an album of it just 4 fun



    At the moment there is not much to show for besides a stripped frame.



    The gastank is allready polished to the metal and we sprayed blanc spray on it - the seat is at the furnish shop as we speak.

    It is going to be a brown leather seat with stitches, I'm curious to see the result.



    Now we ( my girlfriend and me - it is going to be her bike so we work together on it ) were thinking of installing another handlebar and

    instead of choosing a higher handlebar we are wondering how the bike would look with clip-ons or an M-handlebar or a dragbar.

    In other words, lower the steering instead of getting it higher like the most of us do.



    Do some of you have example pictures of TW's that have a handlebar like that ?

    I googled my *ss off but I don't get a good picture that fully shows the result.



    Do some of you have a good picture ?



    Allready thanks for all input project will be dropped on this site when we have something to show for



    grtz

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    I think the handle bar set up in this video might be what you are talking about.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc1O0SjQXwc
    -Szj



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    I dont like having extra "tabs" on the bike. I think it would look pretty sweet if he would mount a vapor speedo on the bar clamps. Just my opinion... as usual. But I do like the way that bike ended up.
    '13 690 Enduro R too many frickin farkles...
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    '10 TW200 you will be missed

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    At the moment I can't see a video but that is probably because of the restrictions here on my company desktop.

    I will check again tonight at home and hopefully I get the link over there.



    Thx allready for the input



    grtz

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    Okay, nice vid I must say. If you go to the guys own page on tube you can see him riding it, it goes pretty smooth and sounds great.

    I allready founded the bike as picture but I did not stumble on a vid of it.



    Thx gonna try it out I guess, a dragbar, so its a little higher then the clip-ons he used. I don't want to lower seat hight.

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