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    Don't ride it in flares with that front sprocket cover off, could get unpleasant

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    Fitted a new seat and currently trying out some flat tracker handlebars, which I'm not yet sold on.

    R1200GSA
    Triumph Scrambler 900
    Kawasaki Drifter

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    Bloody photobucket.....


    Anyway. Fitted some new Fatbar's which I really like and tidied up the exhaust with some wrap. I really like the direction this bike is going.
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    v jealous...love the changes you made.

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    I was thinking to bring mine back from the USA next week but I'm going to keep it here at a friends so I can tour some more States on it. I have the JBL headlight removal kit as fitted to the Rumbler. In temped to buy another fir the UK but want to have a look at the T120 first.
    Yours is looking great.

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    Thinking of selling this. No idea what its worth though. There are a lot of varied prices / specs of bikes for sale.

    The only downside is its got 14k miles, but its got a full Triumph service history. It's a 2014 bike.

    Mods:
    Custom Arrow exhaust (comes with the silencer also)
    High front fender mount
    Motone headlight brackets
    Motone indicators all around
    Lay flat clocks bracket
    Ignition relocation
    Rectifier relocation
    Radiator guard
    Triumph engine guards
    Pro Taper fat bars and Apico clamps
    Bar end mirrors, with capping screws in original holes
    Tuck N Roll seat
    Motone tail tidy
    Renthal chain/sprockets geared up with the speedo corrected
    MAS engineering sprocket cover
    Triumph Twin Power stage 1 tune
    K&N filter and Airbox baffle removed
    Tec steering damper
    Tec black rear shocks
    Tec rear footpeg caps


    Any ideas anyone? £6-£7k region?
    R1200GSA
    Triumph Scrambler 900
    Kawasaki Drifter

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    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    Thinking of selling this. No idea what its worth though. There are a lot of varied prices / specs of bikes for sale.

    The only downside is its got 14k miles, but its got a full Triumph service history. It's a 2014 bike.

    Mods:
    Custom Arrow exhaust (comes with the silencer also)
    High front fender mount
    Motone headlight brackets
    Motone indicators all around
    Lay flat clocks bracket
    Ignition relocation
    Rectifier relocation
    Radiator guard
    Triumph engine guards
    Pro Taper fat bars and Apico clamps
    Bar end mirrors, with capping screws in original holes
    Tuck N Roll seat
    Motone tail tidy
    Renthal chain/sprockets geared up with the speedo corrected
    MAS engineering sprocket cover
    Triumph Twin Power stage 1 tune
    K&N filter and Airbox baffle removed
    Tec steering damper
    Tec black rear shocks
    Tec rear footpeg caps


    Any ideas anyone? £6-£7k region?
    Sold my 2011 Scrambler with 9,000 miles, lots of extras/mods, arrow exhaust and a £1k 8ball paint job for £6,500 earlier in the year if that helps

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    Paul S

    Previous BM's: R100GS, R1100GS, R1150GS, R1200GS(04), R1150GSA(04), R1200GSA(06), R1200GSA(08), R1200GS TB (11) written off, R1200GS WC (13) R1200gsa WC (14)
    Current Bikes: BMW Scrambler X & KTM 1190 S Adventure

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    Thanks Paul!

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul S View Post
    Sold my 2011 Scrambler with 9,000 miles, lots of extras/mods, arrow exhaust and a £1k 8ball paint job for £6,500 earlier in the year if that helps

    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthr...-bit-different!!

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