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post #1 of 11 Old 12-02-13, 17:12 Thread Starter
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November BOTM

Congratulations to Bean Machine and his Sultry Striped StripleR

If you wish to enter your bike in BOTM, Click here for the December entry thread.

Bike was originally a 2009 Matt Graphite Grey R, plan A was to paint it red with a white strip and then Triumph brought out the Speed in these colours so I just reversed it to white and red.

Work done:
Paint Job by Dream Machine
Powder coated wheels
Seat cowl
Fly screen
Maxton re-worked front forks
Maxton GP7 rear shock
Arrow slip on's (Modified Baffles)
T3 Racing decat headers
HM quick shifter
LED Mini indicators front & Rear
Clear LED tail light
-1 Renthal front sprocket
Supersprox rear sprocket
GB Racing front protectors
Pazzo levers
R&G Fork protectors
R&G Right engine protector
R&G Rear bobbins
R&G Rear lower chain guard
R&G Radiator guard
Rizoma grips
Rizoma bar ends
Rizoma rear sets
Rizoma Mirrors
Gilles chain adjusters
Anodised brake reservoir's
Autocom for music, GPS and bike to bike comms.
Galfers front and rear wave disc's
Air Horn
Side stand powder coated black

Rad cowls
Belly pan
Front sprocket cover
Extended rear hugger
Extended chain guard
Frame inserts
Clock surround
Engine hose & cable cover
Fender extender.


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Well deserved win here, great looking bike. Congrats winner.

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Congrats. Bike looks sick.

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Well done and well deserved. Quite a bit of work has gone into that.


2011 Crystal White Street Triple R : Triumph flyscreen & belly pan, Triumph rear hugger, Cox radiator guard, GB Racing frame sliders, R&G Bar end sliders, pick up spools, Triumph quickshifter, Arrow rearsets, Arrow Titanium slip on mufflers, Speed Triple handlebar, ASV C3 shorty levers, front and rear Triumph black anodised brake reservoirs, Triumph black billet gear actuator, Oxford heated grips, Techspecs, 3M Clear Armour paint film, Phillips +100 globes
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Awesome work. Very clean layout. Congrats.
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Congrats. Great looking bike.

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post #7 of 11 Old 12-03-13, 15:36
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Thanks for the comments and to all those that took the time to vote well pleased.

This is not just a cosmetic job the bike is set up to ride well and hard when the conditions are right.
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post #8 of 11 Old 12-04-13, 01:35
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Congrats man! The bike looks great
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Originally Posted by Bean Machine View Post
The bike is set up to ride well and hard when the conditions are right.
Well done Bean Machine. A worthy winner.

And he does ride it hard, I can assure you!

To read about the transformation click > Project Trixie Transformation

For comparison photo of old R/R with new improved R/R under recall of 2012 click > R/R Comparison Photos
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post #10 of 11 Old 12-13-13, 23:53
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Dat be one purdy ride!!!!
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