I have a more typical set of ace bars that I'm not using. I think its a 4" drop/4" pullback.
You can keep the casquette and use Ace bars to move the grips forward. Save you a lot of work on the front of the bike. that's the way I'm leaning on mine. Working on a putting together a minimal Clubman "S". Probably keep the stock tank and seat. I had a Norton Manx style cafe racer, miserably uncomfortable on a 200 mile ride. I want to maintain a bit more comfort this time.Bare
AgentX,That military is sweet - I love the insignia.I meant to post these for you back when you first mentioned your plans. Maybe not the overall look for you but some pieces here and there for inspiration maybe. These are the three bikes I've been looking at for the possible future of my Bullet. Great for tearing up the city.This is the Jack Pine Triumph from Hammarhead.http://www.smithbutler.com/sb/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/jbikefinal.jpegThis one is the Streetmaster Triumph:http://www.bikeexif.com/custom-triumphAnd the CRD Triumph Bonneville.http://www.bikeexif.com/triumph-bonneville-9