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Moo


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biggrin Steve's been telling me i should put some pictures up of my Raid. So here they are!

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Mods:

 

Motad Exhaust

Totally TTR Bash plate

Totally TTR Rear rack and pannier rails

OE Alloy Swing Arm

OE Shock, Yellow Spring

Rox Risers

Renthal Dakar Bars

Cycra Handguards

Folding Mirrors

Totally TTR Alloy speedo cover

Stainless tail tidy

Copy of Raid OE Fly Screen

Raid standard Oil Cooler

Kick Starter

Alloy shorty levers

Alloy rear disc guard

Magnetic sump plug

Front mudguard has been extender to try and keep the mud building on the exhaust

Its running pretty tall gearing, 14/44. Will cruise at about 65mph and regularly goes greenlaning with the TRF and the gearing handles it fine biggrin

For greenlaning it runs Mitas C02 rear and a MotoZ Tractionator front which handles the Northamptonshire mud well.

Have a 2nd set of rims running K60 Heidenaus.

Theres probably other things ive forgotten biggrin but should be most of them!



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Malcolm, Northamptonshire. West Anglia TRF 1996 TTR 250 Raid



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Malcom, that is a cracking bike you have theresmilesmile

Raid with a KICKER, side rails/rack, oil cooler and Motad very nice indeed awwaww

I love your modified seat to accommodate the rack and side rails, can I use the photo of what you have done in the shop please? As at present it states that not for raid, but you have proved you can, with a slight mod.

Cheers

 



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Of course you can Steve biggrin feel free! 



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Malcolm, Northamptonshire. West Anglia TRF 1996 TTR 250 Raid



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Very nice Malcolm - all the bells and whistles plus a tank with a good range wink

Brian

PS The after-market mudguards Steve sells are slightly longer at the back to cut down on the mud flinging!  See https://totallyttrs.com/epages/699105d9-e4cc-4b32-b236-84e72cd67f84.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/699105d9-e4cc-4b32-b236-84e72cd67f84/Products/TTR-0259



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