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For Sale Board - Motorcycle Items / Re: 1st Gen Rear Hugger *reduced*
« Last post by S4int on Today at 10:23:52 AM »
*Originally Posted by Alba_Lupus [+]
Are these  / or one of them still available ?

Hi.

The two Street Triple huggers are still for sale if you are interested.

Simon
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For Sale Board - Motorcycle Items / Re: 1st Gen Rear Hugger *reduced*
« Last post by Alba_Lupus on Today at 10:17:39 AM »
Are these  / or one of them still available ?
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Jezuz man. Go ride the thing.
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New Members / Re: Hi from pilly
« Last post by Ron1000 on Yesterday at 10:28:55 PM »
I値l add to gvy痴 post by saying.

My 09R had limited scope for seat scooping so you値l not gain much out of it.

However the RS (suspicious of that 840, i thought it was 830 max) is better sculpted from the factory and has a lot of foam that can be scooped.

Imo at least.
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New Members / Re: Hi from pilly
« Last post by gvy on Yesterday at 10:02:42 PM »
Hi Pilly,

I ride an old 2010 striple, but I just got a nice Triumph overview brochure with a motorcycle magazine I just bought

So I can see the different ride heights for the current street triple range:

Street Triple S ( the 660cc version with 95ps : 810mm
Street Triple R ( 765cc 116bhp) is available in a 825mm or a low version 780mm
Street Triple RS (765cc 121bhp) is 840mm



If you look at the older generation street triples 2007 - 2015:
normal version : 800mm
R - version : 805mm
Somewhere around 2015 R Versions are marked 820mm
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I took these off a 2010 ST when fitting an R&G tail tidy.   The hanger has the number plate light in it as well.  In perfect condition.

」30 collected in person from London E7 - about 10 mins from the bottom of the M11 (or can post for a further 」5).





Thanks
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For Sale Board - Motorcycle Items / Standard exhaust cans for ST 2007-12
« Last post by Supersonic on Yesterday at 11:40:44 AM »
Standard end cans, came from a 2010 ST. The previous owner fitted twin Arrow's when the bike was 3 years old with about 5,000 miles on it. He gave me the cans when I bought the bike but I've never fitted them, so they've been sitting in a box for over 7 years now.  They are in fantastic condition.

」50 with collection in person from London E7 - about 10 mins from the bottom of the M11 (bit too heavy/expensive to post, I imagine?).







Thanks

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A standard seat and crystal white cowl came from a 2010 ST.  Both in perfect condition.  I changed the seat for the comfort version shortly after buying the bike when it had about 6,000 miles on it, so plenty of life left in the seat yet.

Seat 」55
Cowl 」45
+ postage

I would prefer to sell together and will do that for 」90 if collected in person from London E7 - about 10 mins from the bottom of the M11 (or can post for a further 」10).









Thanks

 
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Got a set of carbon fbr heat shields for the early underseat cans. One has a tiny scratch on it but otherwise perfect. Come with mounting screws. Looking for 」70 plus post. Or collection from Winsford.

Cheers  :062:
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New Members / Re: Hi from pilly
« Last post by adiepage on April 12, 2021, 06:07:59 PM »
*Originally Posted by Pilly [+]
Hey guy痴 and gals.
I知 pilly from West Midlands, I currently own an R1 (modified) but wanting to downsize and so far, the ST is seeming like a firm favourite but, I知 not very tall at 157cm (5 footlong subs and a chewed up mouthful 😂)
I知 off to browse the selling section ☺️

Hey Pilly!  Hello, good afternoon and a warm. if a little late,  :401: to the net's best for all thins Street Triple!   Or, as they might say in Dudley ... "wotcher cock!"

Seems we might need to consider setting up a separate forum section for short @rses .... at my age I guess I'd struggle to reach 5ft 5ins (sorry, too old to do metric) on a good day but I manage (just) to cope with a standard 2010 Street and a bunch of early nineties triples including Speed; Trident; Daytona; Tiger, so I'd go  with the excellent advice offered by Beelady and Ron in terms of "coping  mechanisms". Seat foam sculpting and some minor suspension adjustments are a good way to start if you can get them done professionally and will repay your investment with increased safety, confidence and comfort.

Hope you manage to find the right bike and will expect to see an update - with, of course, pictures - in the not too distant future.

Good luck with the search - stay safe!

Regards,

Adie
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