Our street triple started with a conversation about bikes, a customer handed me the key to his new STR, after resisting for a while, we had a brief ride and i was hooked, the next day i rang around and purchased the 2007 standard ST we have here
the bike had an STR m/cyl, std cans, blue renthal bars, seat cowl..that was it, over time i have been slowly modding whilst adding parts as we design new stuff for the ST/STR , there are many parts still to make, we will update these as we go

As we use the bike as a development bike for parts its always being taken apart, we are always dreaming up new stuff, we have played with clip ons, fork mounted lights, we have remounted the ign switch on our cafe set up, and we also have a complete cafe rear in the works, i will add pics as i go, this is not a major build, more of getting the ST3 to become the bike i always wanted, i really like the std frame and swingarm, just want to improve the looks of the seat and subframe and the rear end, we have

changed the forks for Kawasaki ZX6R 2007-08 forks, it needed wheel spacers making, to suit the std spindle as the std 20mm bearings are not easily upgraded as they are 20 x 42 x 12, the outside diameter is too small for the 25mm bearings, we used a captive spacer one side and a threaded spacer on the other, the fork dias are std at 50/52 so fit the std triumph yokes, we have made various yokes for different applications, and i will try them all and see what we like, we are planning to use GSXR calipers with the Kawa forks, we have left the wheels std in time i want wavy discs all round, but we are making a new mount for a Ducati twin pot rear caliper , the brembos are dinky but powerful, this will become a road kit thats available here, we have made various rearsets, we have a our basic kit fitted here, made roughly to daytona items with 1" lift and slightly further back, this is combined with our own heel guards and a CR450 rear m/cyl with integral res.
our biggest mods are in the rear end, we have cut the lugs for the rear cowls off, recoated the subframe and made inner cover plates, a mount for a Daytona 675 seat

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