Featured 2004 T100 Vandalised/stolen/recovered Rebuild Project

Discussion in 'Builds & Projects' started by AnotherHonda, Jul 2, 2023.

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  1. AnotherHonda

    AnotherHonda Well-Known Member

    Nov 21, 2022
    Picked up a Vandalised/Stolen Recovered T100 last year.
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    The headlight and brackets, some of the wiring, ignition switch and rear left foot peg were pretty much destroyed.

    The front mudguard, and tank were dented.

    It also had a altered numberplate from a 125 which I thought Essex Police would have removed but left it on...

    How the bike looks now...

    I replaced the headlight with a CB600F4 Hornet dual H11 headlight with Philips Ultinon Pro 9100 LEDs, Emgo style black 41mm headlight brackets, Wolf77 mini indicators, picked up a set of used race Yellow side covers and cam cover, found a new old stock race yellow tank cover and fitted used Heritage tank badges. I fitted a used Motone ignition switch relocation bracket and used a Thunderbird 1600 ignition switch, picked up a cheap Down and Out customs front mudguard, Evotech reg rec guard, CB1000r left front three pot caliper, an unbranded "Arrow style" 2-1 exhaust, TTP stage 2 pod filter/airbox delete and I just bought a lightly used Maverick comfort seat to replace the slightly rough Triumph comfort seat.

    My mate gave me an Evotech oilcooler/sumpguard, Fehling Givi Monokey rear rack, a sidestand and a set of rear pegs from his written off T100.

    I rewired the bike with a used Motogadget M.unit blue and a used Motoscope light and Motosign I had for another project that I decide to sell stock as I don't like the riding position of that bike (NTV650p). I bought a Daytona three wire speed sensor that replaces the speedo cable and fitted a S1000RR MOSFET Reg/Rec relocated under the TTP battery box. I fitted watercooled T120 left switchgear to add the headlight flash button and the i button to scroll through the Motoscope dash screens and internally wired the Highway Hawk XLX handlebars that came with the bike. I also added T120 mirrors

    I have a set of CBR600F3 Showa cartridge forks to fit the cartridges to the Triumph KYB lowers and ZRX1100 KYB rear shocks that just need a new plastic adjuster.

    Just looking for some engine bars and need to make some/modify some Givi Monokey pannier racks so I can fit my Kappa K-Venture panniers.
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  2. Markus

    Markus Crème de la Crème

    Oct 28, 2020
    Congratulations to your bike! I am deeply impressed about your technical skills.
    Enjoy your "modded" bike! ;)
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  3. Sandi T

    Sandi T It's ride o'clock somewhere!

    Dec 3, 2018
    Tucson Arizona
    Wow, what a wonderful and amazing transformation, @AnotherHonda! I'm sure that little bike is glad to be parked at your house these days. Thanks for sharing the photos. :heart_eyes:
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  4. Woodtickgreg

    Woodtickgreg Well-Known Member

    Dec 23, 2022
    Eastpointe, Michigan
    Man thats a great looking bike!
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