As we start to near the home stretch for the build all the little details are starting to get some attention. To start with we sourced a neat little GPS speedo, all it requires to operate is 12V power and it has a large easy to read LED display. A speedo is very important for us as the DLRA require us to make some “licence” runs at specific speeds to demonstrate our ability to control the bike safely. Having a speedo is important to make sure we can get through the licence runs smoothly. Triumph just happen to make a nice small electronic tacho, this ended up fitting perfectly alongside the speedo. A simple aluminium bracket holds everything in place.The next item to mount is the steering damper, the DLRA rules require all bikes to be fitted with one. As we were using a Triumph Daytona 675 front end we ordered a Scotts steering damper to suit that bike, knowing full well that we would have to make some modifications to get it to fit the Thruxton frame. In the end is was a simple job, normally a bracket would bolt to the tank mount on the 675, instead we machine a steel sleeve and welded to the frame to replace the bracket, job done.Next up are the bars, A set of 48mm Vortex clipons were just the right fit and allowed us to run the bars much lower than we could with the stock Daytona clipons. A throttle from a Daytona, switch block from a Tiger and a mastercylinder form a Speed Triple finish off the RH handlebar. The LH side is much simpler, a matching mastercylinder for the clutch but with one addition, a lanyard kill switch. The DLRA rules require all bikes to have an normal engine kill switch and a secondary lanyard kill switch. We managed to find a very neat lanyard kill switch that integrates into the master cylinder mount. We just need to add some grips now and we should be done.