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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-31-2019, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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New Baak parts are up.

The French garage Baak has finally gotten it's new site up and running, along with it's line of dedicated Bobber parts:


https://www.baakmotocyclettes.com/en...neville-bobber


Less here to tempt me than I expected. To me, their signature pieces in the past, for Triumph and Moto Guzzi especially, were their custom seats, exhaust pipes, and side bags, but there are none of these for the Bobber, at least not yet.


They do have a decent airbox removal kit, but a little late to the scene. And what looks like a good option for tail light/plate mount replacement, though I'd need to learn more about the "under seat" indicator option.


Anyway, nice to have some new stuff to ponder at least.
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Surfed that site a couple months ago and liked the oil temperature gauge/cap. That air-box elimination kit looks great with the brown leather seat and is cheaper than the VIBA option that doesn't include the 60$ worth of filters. I like that it also covers the frame pivot point that the wire protection kit bolts onto. Doesn't look as clean or like a factory designed part like the VIBA but adds some extra character and protection for sure!

I've been looking around for someone to design an air-box mod that keeps the side panels and heard on here that Motone might be designing just that with vented metal side panel replacements that work without the box. It would be a great way to keep that factory look and prevent splash in if caught in the rain but would close that window effect so many people enjoy.

Whats the consensus boys , like the leather wire cover?

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Some nice looking parts, including headlights with integrated speedos.

I don't see any way of searching for Bobber specific parts though.?

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Some nice looking parts, including headlights with integrated speedos.

I don't see any way of searching for Bobber specific parts though.?

Cheerio,

Roy
Had the same problem finding the link , funny enough you CAN'T find it under the Motorcycles tab at the top. You have to click the parts link then the Triumph section then a model designation tab appears under the logo after that where you can select the bobber. They could probably clean that menu up a bit to make it simpler to navigate.
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I really like the look of the leather airbox elimination kit, although I wish they'd have included pics of the black version, which is the one I'd want. Seems like a simple leather job though, so I'm betting I can have the same thing made locally for a lot less money.

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well that has saved me a job...was waiting to put bike away for winter and remove back wheel and make my own tail tidy (as main stream suppliers seem incapible ) my solution was exactly the same as the one on this link by putting little up stands under a side mount plate and using original mounting holes on the mudguard https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Side-Moun...MAAOSwR4tdWqxx
i have one of these knocking about in the garage was gonna fettle it and put a Motone lamp on it ...job sorted
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I think it's great that someone has finally made a 'plug and play' tail tidy.
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post #8 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-01-2019, 01:41 PM
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Whaaat?!!! A good looking plug & play tail tidy for the Bobber retaining the factory rear fender?!

Don’t tease me. I never thought I’d buy anything from France that didn’t come in a bottle but if that’s real I’m going to seriously consider it. Did these folks immigrate from Germany or something?

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I've been waiting for a plug and play tail too. This one looks ok. I still like the motone rendering of a tail tidy. I have doubts of it ever being put into production though.
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I've been waiting for a plug and play tail too. This one looks ok. I still like the motone rendering of a tail tidy. I have doubts of it ever being put into production though.
Hey. Chill out. "It will be ready in time for riding season."

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