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Nice! I like everything except the foot controls.
Is this a tarted up Thruxton?
I just wish that it came with a tank that was bigger than 14 litres. It might be OK for the US and Europe, but here in Oz 14 litres is just too little to get between a lot of places with any safety margin.
They're right were they should be, albeit, a little high. Some lowering pegs from Knight Design, or one of the others posted on the various V7 threads ought to take care of it.
Or, a set of controls from the Bonnie Bobber.
I wonder if it would be that simple. The controls attach to the frame or the engine cases? And are the cases the same between the Thruxton/Speed Twin and the Bobber? After examining the Bobber close up (Jenn liked it, and it was in consideration for a brief moment) I noticed it has the mounting points for passenger pegs (like the ones that are on the SpeedMaster). It just has no mounting point for a passenger SEAT. And the Speedmaster kinda ugly-fies the Bobber. But I do wonder if you can change the seating position on the Speed Twin.No matter, we're a lot more likely to wind up with a Street Twin.
Am considering moving up model from my V7 III for better suspension and a bit more power. I have my eye on the V85 but this new Speed Twin could sway me to Triumph. Don't ride long distance that often so the smaller tank doesn't really bother me and the standard/sporty control layout is fine. It will come down to availability, ride and cost of the two bikes. It's going to be an interesting spring, even more so if MG announces a sportier version of the V85.
The fact that this new model has mag wheels instead of spokes is very savvy on Triumphs part.Many of us donít want spokes.
So if many of you don't want spokes, what do the others want..?
The rest don't know any better.
A higher tax bracket Huzo.
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