I like it!Well today has been a busy day with the Moto Guzzi and the Triumph. I now have a pair of Michelin Pilot Road 5's fitted to it, man getting the rear wheel back on was a pain! I have also been modifying my Moto Guzzi so it will pass the UK's annual MoT as the rules have changed and the indicators now have to be a minimum of 300mm apart at the front and 240mm apart at the rear. I think my rears will probs pass muster, but the fronts needed a rethink. The indicators were the little chrome bits sticking out of the headlight surround...
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So back to the drawing board. Because I have a different dash now I wasn't able to use the original headlight bracket (which had mounts for indicators) without modifying it, so I chopped it in half and gutted the framework that was in the way and gave it a lick of paint:
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I then refitted the original headlight from before the build began:
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And also fitted the front indicators from my Beta Alp 4.0
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I'm not anti the new look, but it is a shame I had to lose the tiny (and pretty useless) "Bates" style light, is ace to have a halogen bulb again though!
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It reminds me of my 73 CB750 back when I bobbed it and parked under the "Harley parking only sign" at a biker bar long ago.Cheers Anthony, I don't hate it, and I'll def appreciate the better illumination if I am out at night