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    Hi all

    Just bought a TNT125 after many years of biking, fell in love instantly, looks so much fun, looking for modding ideas and any custom bikes as not much around on net tbh, wanna ditch the linked brakes. Maybe upgrade the calipers a tad , chop a few bits off, lower the front fairing , colour the wheels, make a tail etc
    Anyone done anything cool here?

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    Welcome in

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    Hi welcome to the fold.
    I'm sure someone has done a few mods.
    Hopefully they'll pop by soon

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    Hi and welcome

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    Hi, should of said, Somerset ,UK anyone else South West here?
    I know the bike is not as popular as the grom, but seems to sell well at the dealers, how many 125 owners around here?

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    I'm was looking at a Benelli TnT 135 at one point. May still get one if I can justify another bike in the shed.

    I did find cams, big bore kits, exhausts, ecus & injector upgrades on this US site. Most appear to be suitable for both the 125 & 135 bikes.

    https://www.steadygarage.com/store/t...ts/benelli?p=1

    Mike
    The TnT service DVD is now on You Tube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLUiKULlIBo

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    That's ace Mike, thanks, exactly what I am talking about, lots of goodies there, the best calipers I have found are the pm tuning billet ones as they have a very low profile, and clear spokes better
    I am drawing up a paintjob based around the std red frame
    Also want to Fab a bellypan, shorten front mudguard, cut off the horrid swingarm mounts for the STD tail, fab a higher tail tidy and move the front nose down around 50mm decat pipe and black powder all the silver parts

    Should look abit meaner ; )

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