Yz250 Winterproject suggestions

Hello fellow Yz-Lovers, I´m New to this forum :) 

Starting to see the end of my "Winter-Project" and I am fairly pleased with the result.
But i cant stop thinking that the bike would look "THAT" much better with tripleclamps in a different colour.

What are your suggestions? Whats the best performing/looking tripleclamps on the market?

And also, All black seatcover with lots of grip, what brand ?


// Gustav





Edited by Arthur357

If I were you, I would get bronze Pro Circuit triples. They look “factory” to me and I would get them if I had the cash for them. 

As for the seat cover, design your own on MotoSeat! Good company with good products.

Edited by MaybeMe

Xtrig ROCS clamps are nice but they change the offset, I have a BUD seat cover and happy about the grip it has

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