The Staintunes are fantastic! Very well made, sound great, not too loud or annoying but you'll turn heads. The TEC 2-1 I put on my Thruxton, it sounds like a 450 MX bike...bloody awful, but it looks OK on the Thruxton.
It's been a while since I last posted a photo of the bike.
I went back to the original blue tank and OEM seat. The BC Slammer was nice and I liked the additional height it gave me between the seat of my pants and the footpegs, but with the longer rear suspension, it was a little too tall when trying to maneuver the bike while on the balls of my feet on gravel. And with the OEM seat, I can get on the throttle hard without feeling like I'm going to slide off the back of the bike.
The wife and I on our way to Vashon Island here in the Puget Sound for an overnighter:
Triumph accessories include; Black Billet Aluminum Front Brake Reservoir, Black Adjustable Levers, Barrel Grips, Black Bar End Finishers, Black Intake Covers, Black Billet Oil Cap, Machined Shifter Peg, Black Luggage Rack / Grab Rail, Black ACG Cover, Black Aluminum Sump Plate.
Other mods include;
CRG Lanesplitter mirrors.
Dart; 'Dark Tint' Flyscreen.
British Customs; Black mirror Screw-in Caps.
Bike-Parts-Design Germany; Clutch Badge Cover.
Lowbrow Customs Fuel Bottle.
Looks nice! I think that's why I got rid of my side covers initially. (thruxtons were always color matched) It made the bike a little bulbous with that extra color.
Damn I got caught in that pesky 10% chance of rain yesterday on Saffron with no rain gear. . . .Unfortunately the stock fender brace/bracket won't fit my fork lowers or I'd snag that fender. Road spray to the face isn't fun