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    Senior Member joedirt1970's Avatar
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    I stumbled upon some pics of that TW after my first few cosmetic changes.



    1. I used a hack saw and file to take off the lower license plate holder.



    2. Added the Jimboshield (even I can do it-in about 7 min.)



    3. Added a Rhino Lined skid plate



    4. Then added the old school (yes I did it JUST for looks) Acerbis disk brake cover & Super Moto MX Front Fender



    5. Then I added a Blaster shock...and I love it.











    What a fun trip it's been. The TW is fun forever.
    Hidden Content [/IMG]It's not why, but why not. Do it for the right reason now, versus the wrong reason later.
    Born on a Honda Z50, '78 YZ 80, '79 Husky WR 250

    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    6. Comparison from the 2012 stock to my 2008



    7. Then came the FMF Power Core Pipe. It is LOUD (for safety on the street) and a little more power in the Mid and Top end.





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    Born on a Honda Z50, '78 YZ 80, '79 Husky WR 250

    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    8. Then came the subtle pelican case and MSR Fuel Can Cannisters (grenade launchers)









    The MSR Cans are expensive but worth the extra safety.



    9. First ride with the AZ crew. Broke both aluminum oversized footpegs within the first 45 mins. GET THE STEEL.

    Testing the TW to air missles...just kidding.



    10. Picked up a cycle rack for $100...and love it.



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    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    Did the Banshee Shock do anything?

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    Nice evolution, I like the rhino-lined skid plate.
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    Looks good Brock, when we riding?





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    looks great man!...diggin' the stance with the banshee shock

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    Looks great! Couple questions: Isn't that version of the FMF pipe for a 2-stroke? What is your weight, curious if the banshee shock feels too soft for you? Do the police hassle you about the license plate not being lit up? Like the look of your Tdub!



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    Brock, your bike looks real nice. In the hopes of minimizing confusion, it was my understanding that you and Catamount both went with the "BLASTER" shock. I was under this impression given the lengthy discussion regarding seat height. The Blaster shock is taller, the Banshee is the shorter of the two and also has an attached reservoir. Please provide me clarification so we can minimize confusing others, and as well correct the mislabeling that one of us has done. Thanks, Gerry.

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    Take care my Friend.........

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    Nice job! Nice post with the Photo #6 comparing to stock. That shock really changes the look to a Motocross bike. How does it handle and feel with the new stance?

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