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post #11 of 16 Old 04-04-2018, 06:53 AM
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how to access the attachments? I can see only 'attached thumbnails' which i cannot click! First day here.
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Looking great! Ive been back and forth about getting a bigger bike and putting some extra money into the Inazuma to make is more fun on the road. Just finished a 350 mile trip without issue so I think it can handle it!
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post #13 of 16 Old 04-17-2018, 02:41 PM
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Your GW is looking great and would never have thought it could be done so successfully. The oil filter vulnerability would be a concern offroad tho. I see there is a windscreen attached. How does that attach to the clip ons? there doesnt seem to be an awful lot of spare bar length to mount to

Its better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it...
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@Jecklen did you manage to find a handelbar riser that worked with the GW250? Seems like someone else on here is looking to do something similar.
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Hey guys, sorry it's been a long time. I have made a couple MINOR updates to my bike and have a few questions for all of you. I recently added a round headlight, almost purely aesthetic, but also seems to be significantly brighter than the stock headlight. Pictures are attached. To answer your question OpenThrottle, I did find a handlebar mod that I think would do the trick, though I'm hesitating before spending the money! Here's a link:


https://japan.webike.net/products/21406112.html



This converts the clip-on handlebars to much more versatile solid bar type.


Questions for all of you, is there a safe way to add more travel to my front forks? I've taken this bike on some gnarly terrain, but I'd like a little bit more travel just in case. Also, what can I safely remove from my bike to make it lighter? The emissions system? Thanks.
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Your GW is looking great and would never have thought it could be done so successfully. The oil filter vulnerability would be a concern offroad tho. I see there is a windscreen attached. How does that attach to the clip ons? there doesnt seem to be an awful lot of spare bar length to mount to

Also for this, I have clip on extensions I purchased from an online shop to mount the windscreen. For the oil filter I'm currently fabricating a skid plate that will allow access to, but not expose, the oil filter.
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