Hey guys its been a while since we’ve posted on our website. We have been a little bit overworked here of late, but wanted to share with you one of our most recently completed projects.This is a 2011 Triumph Thruxton that was completed for a customer that lives on Nantucket Island. We started with a bone stock Thruxton and updated it. First order of business was a new front end. Out went the standard front end, replaced it with a modern Daytona 675 inverted front end. The triple trees were also switched to the Daytona trees, which brought the rake and trail of the bike in quite a bit and quickened up the steering.
To compensate for the fast steering and avoid any tank-slappers, we added a steering damper. The front fender had a total of 5” removed and was reshaped with a custom fender stay holding it into place. Without any bolts showing, the front fender and mount have a smooth clean look. The headlamp brackets were fabricated to echo the front fender stay. We modified the factory gauge cluster to tuck cleanly under the triple tree and close to the headlamp. We replaced the front turn signals with slim line LED units to clean up the look. The factory bars were swapped for a set of LSL clip-ons. Moving rearward, the factory exhaust was replaced with an Arrow Full System and then remapped for the new exhaust.