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    Daryl's (Zombie Tracker) Build

    Picked up a $600 2013 TW200 3600 miles Bobber today. Did not buy it because I like the bobber style, but the fact that it has already been cut up by a previous owner gave me a great platform for my build. Looking to build something like the bike Daryl has in the Walking Dead, also a mix of Dirt Tracker thrown in.

    Plans.....
    Change handlebars out for some dirt bike bars.
    Replace seat that it came with for a original seat, also add a rear subframe to mount the seat.
    Add front fender.
    Redo the exhaust, I picked up 2 head pipes today and will cut them up to extend the exhaust.
    Try to install a 6" Hella offroad light for the headlight.
    Acerbis handgaurds.
    Build custom airbox for the K&N filter it came with.
    Custom AR15 mount.
    ETC..............
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    Here are some pics of the bike I picked up and a pic of what I am trying to somewhat build.

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    Love the tall bars!!
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    I hereby dub this T-Dub project "The Zombie Tracker".

    I'm sure you will have fun letting your imagination run wild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scooterbrained View Post
    I hereby dub this T-Dub project "The Zombie Tracker".

    I'm sure you will have fun letting your imagination run wild.
    GREAT NAME!!
    I will rename the thread!
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    thats a great price for a running bike! bubble popping moment: adding additional header pipes to the motor (ala the photo of daryl's bike) won't add extra horses to your chariot.

    Zxtasy is just selling his take on a zombie stomper: https://www.tw200forum.com/forum/per...eady-hunt.html
    so it will be exciting to have a new one added to the forum herd.

    good build!
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    Congrats. Great deal. Have fun with your build.
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    Nice conceptual inspiration for your build. Won't tease you about chopping off half your spokes or shoe-horning in a couple extra cylinders although I am sorely tempted.
    You could try for the hair style of the lower rider though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
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    Nice conceptual inspiration for your build. Won't tease you about chopping off half your spokes or shoe-horning in a couple extra cylinders although I am sorely tempted.
    You could try for the hair style of the lower rider though.
    If you met me you would know that there is NO way I could pull off either hair style....I cant pull of any hair style other than BALD! LOL!

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    This is the most hair I can pull of nowadays!
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