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Hi everybody !
First of all, English is not my everyday language....
I'll do my best.

Here's my reborn 98 TW200.
It was in realy bad shape when I bought it.
I was covered with rust, and all those parts where destroyed: piston, cylinder, flasher, mirror, handlebar and levers, seat, rear brake light, rear pegs.
I was looking for a project and it was fun to fix it.

I wanted a round headlight so I decided to import (via croooober) a bracket and headlight from a Japanese TW200 as they used round headlight back in early 2000s on their TW200.

I also wanted a bigger speedo and I found an old Yamaha SR 250 (1981) speedo on eBay.
It use the same electrical connector as the TW200, except for one cable (an easy fix).

So here's the look of my reborn TW200 with an original headlight & bracket of a Japanese TW200 and a bigger speedo from a SR 250 :)

The frame, gas tank, skidplate, swingarm, tripple clamp, forks and front & rear hub & rimm are all powder coated.
I used spray paint on the engine and plastic.


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I do like the tidier speedometer and indicator lights. Might leave room for two bottles of water behind the factory cowling... Looks good
 
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Hi everybody !
First of all, English is not my everyday language....
I'll do my best.

Here's my reborn 98 TW200.
It was in a very bad shape when I bought it. I was covered with rust everywhere, and all those parts where destroyed: piston, cylinder, flasher, mirror, handlebar and levers, seat, rear brake light, rear pegs.
I was looking for a project and it was fun to fix it.

I wanted a round headlight so I decided to import (via croooober) the bracket and the headlight from a Japanese TW200 as they used round headlight back then on their TW200.

I also wanted a bigger speedo and I found an old Yamaha RS 250 (1981) speedo on eBay.
It's the same electrical connector on the RS 250 speedo as the TW200, except for one cable (an easy fix).

So here's the look of my reborn TW200 with the original round headlight & bracket ot a Japanese TW200 and a bigger speedo :)

The frame, tank, skidplate, swingarm, tripple clamp, forks and front & rear hub & rimm are all powder coated.
I used spray paint on the engine and all the plastic.



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Stéphane
The speedometer/round headlight really looks nice.
 
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Say....that's a nice bike! Good work on that speedo, brother. That looks really good!
 

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Not one for modifying the TW too much, that's just perfect for a "modded" TW. Looks nice, great work.
 

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The speedo cable in this setup seems to be missing, it might clear that headlight with the angled connector on the back. Do you have any pictures with the speedometer cable hooked up?

I just ask because it looks like it would clear your headlight in this setup, but anything with a deeper bucket might cause an issue with the cable hookup.
 

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Good eye, Blake! OP???
 
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