Modification

Moto Guzzi V7 II MOD Project by Casual snob by Bartosz Gajec

With every story there is a beginning (Moto Guzzi V7 II photos first day after delivery):

...and then parts arrived and I took the bike to Untitled Motorcycles for installation:

Installed:

Beautiful brushed stainless steel silencers by Italian Manufacturer Mistral 

Headers titanium wrap

Rear led fender eliminator and front blinkers by Motobox 

Front fork slim led indicators by Motobox

Seat/saddle by Texavina

Clip-ons OEM Moto Guzzi part

Grips by japanese brand Posh

Bar end mirrors by CRG

Installation by London Based Untitled Motorcycles

Cs Project - Triumph Thruxton Modification - Documentary by Bartosz Gajec

Triumph Thruxton as I bought it - No Modifications:

Cs Project - My First Modifications 2 Years Ago

Modifications are:

1. Exhaust - 2 in 2 Arrow stainless steel brushed silencers with pipes which requires engine mapping. Additionally I've changed OEM arrow buffles to custom made shorter buffles with bigger outlet hole for better sound (made in Holland).

2. Mirrors - CRG split-lane mirrors, made in US, fully foldable. High quality and cool design, highly recommended.

3. Handlebar - OEM powder-coated black.

4. Grips - brown by Japanese brand Posh.

5. Front light - bowl powder-coated black.

6. Seat - brown seat made by Sixty8.

7. Rear fender eliminator - made by Italian company MAS with Lucas style 525 LED rear light from US based store Dime Cycles.

8. Indicators - aluminium high quality LED indicators by UK brand Oberon Performance.

9. Tank cap - by Triumph, lockable.  (Recommended brushed  aluminium Monza cap).

10. Front wheel fender - custom short fender purchased on eBay.

 

Cs Project - 2015 Modification

2015 Modifications are:

1. Rear fender eliminator - made in USA California by NRC

2. Clip-ons - made in USA by Woodcraft

3. Small Digital Speedo by Motogadget in Germany- model Motoscope Pro.

4. Speedo Bracket - Customised Motogadget Bracket.

5. Triple Tree - original EFI triple tree painted black matt. I am planning to source 2007 Thruxton triple tree and paint it black as well as short custom speedo bracket for cleaner look.

2010 Triumph Thruxton Modified - Cafe Racer by Bartosz Gajec

Here is the Triumph Thruxton from 2010 modified and re-designed by me. No engine modifications except the exhaust, only cosmetical changes.

Last 3 images shows new bike as I received it straight from the factory, without any modifications.

Other images shows modified bike with detail close-ups for your attention.

Theme brown/black/brushed stainless steel. I removed all unnecessary original components for clean look as well as most of polished chrome components to tone down the bike. My idea was to create a proper, crisp and minimal naked bike based on the famous Triumph Thruxton.

Modifications are:

1. Exhaust - 2 in 2 Arrow stainless steel brushed silencers with pipes which requires engine mapping. Additionally I've changed OEM arrow buffles to custom made shorter buffles with bigger outlet hole for better sound (made in Holland).

2. Mirrors - CRG split-lane mirrors, made in US, fully foldable. High quality and cool design, highly recommended.

3. Handlebar - OEM powder-coated black.

4. Grips - brown by Japanese brand Posh.

5. Front light - bowl powder-coated black.

6. Seat - brown seat made by Sixty8.

7. Rear fender eliminator - made by Italian company MAS with Lucas style 525 LED rear light from US based store Dime Cycles.

8. Indicators - aluminium high quality LED indicators by UK brand Oberon Performance.

9. Tank cap - by Triumph, lockable.  (Recommended brushed  aluminium Monza cap).

10. Front wheel fender - custom short fender purchased on eBay.