Yamaha TW200 Scrambler

 

Here’s what we discussed on the TW. Stoked to hear your thoughts on all this, what’s feasible, what’d be too expensive, too time consuming - whatever. SO glad you’re psyched on this!

Primary

  • Frame/bike painted/powder coated, as much turned black as possible. Black black black! Wheels?

  • Tank painted (color tbd, potentially a three color block, maybe a solid color with two color blocks/stripes?) Combo of black, mustard yellow, orange, red? 

  • Petcock replace (cap the opposing side, no second petcock needed. If no plug or cap can be sourced, second petcock can be capped as plug?

  • Wiring running down fork resituated to allow turning radius (cable guide in way of tank) 

  • Mini LED front signals

  • Mini LED rear signals

  • Headlight / mesh grill

  • Grips

  • Taillight/brake light

  • Seat fabricate? 

  • Removable license plate tab? Wingnut or single bolt? (no license plate light necessary)

Secondary (if easy/possible)

  • New master cyl/lever? Black lever 

  • New exhaust (Elroy to fabricate?)

  • Airbox delete / empty battery area?  If no airbox delete, then maybe a painted sideplate to cover where plastics were?

  • Ways to simplify wiring? Simple/minimal buttons, etc, less big plastic buttons? If you wanted to geek out on this, there are a lot of sick options… anything to declutter bars. Delete dim headlight setting, etc…

  • Removable shorty front fender?

 
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Love the clean look, hidden wires/battery, airbox delete. Would prefer flat seat vs curved to match tank.

Not into the seat on bottom, but otherwise the style is badass.

Clean style, good inspiration

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Like the seat on top vs seat on bottom - ideal thickness probably 2” or so and flat, vs thin & tapered

 

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Love this color style - the yellow is sick, matched with all black. Thinking a mustard yellow tank with a couple color blocks, red & orange?

The matching speedo cover is so rad!

This tail end is nice, although would love lights tucked in very close or under seat to protect from falls

<This size seat is rad - room for 2 if necessary.

THE perfect seat, I think - could be a little flatter, but this would be ideal.

Dig the yellow!