thanks, started with standard add ons from triumph, arrow 2in1 pipes (sound is great) fork gaiters, higher bars and knee covers.
found a nice retro looking seat on internet and that made a big difference.
changed the shocks, hagon nitro in the back and progressive springs at the front.
the wheels where relaced on larger rims (black powder coated) 17' by 3.5' in front and 17' by 4.25' in the back that allows for a chunky 150 avon road runner.
from LSL, a cover sprocket, ally fenders front and rear and lucas type back light.
the indicators are gone front and back replaced by just one pair off led bar end.
last but not least beringer front disk and six piston caliper.
will put later on a detailed list with all the links
I love the thruxton, I used to ride 4inlines kawasaki, but since I moved to the UK I am convinced that it is the perfect bike to discover this lovely country so I spend 10 days every year to explore a new national park.