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Street Triple - General Discussion / Re: identify this slip on can
« Last post by streetman on Today at 12:05:49 AM »
nice, thanks
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On Two Wheels / Re: What bike next ?
« Last post by bucksfizz on Yesterday at 10:42:11 PM »
I have to agree with those who have proposed the Speed Twin.
I test rode one a few weeks ago, and it has stump-pulling torque.
(Torque gives you acceleration; horse power gives you speed.)
Open the throttle at any RPM, and it surges away on a sea of torque - intoxicating.
I'm due for an inheritance payout shortly, and my KTM 390 Duke's days are numbered...
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Street Triple - General Discussion / Re: identify this slip on can
« Last post by Tomspurs on Yesterday at 10:37:54 PM »
Yes, its the official Triumph accessory "Arrow" low boy 3 :1 exhaust for the 2007 - 2012 Street Triples. Its a full system, used to sell at 750 when it was in production. They stopped selling them about 4 years ago.
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Street Triple - General Discussion / identify this slip on can
« Last post by streetman on Yesterday at 10:00:25 PM »
Hi does anyone know the name of this can please :

https://www.rtpmotorcycle.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/rtp-eng-street-side.jpg

thank you
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*Originally Posted by mayberts [+]
Been a busy boy.  New tail tidy with 8x6 plate. Triumph anodised LED indicators. Arrow exhaust US version and  Evotech radiator guard.  Not sure what to do next.[img width=750 height=562]https://uploads.tapatalk-

Maybe clean that ketchup off your 8 x 6    :008:
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Been a busy boy.  New tail tidy with 8x6 plate. Triumph anodised LED indicators. Arrow exhaust US version and  Evotech radiator guard.  Not sure what to do next.

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*Originally Posted by Beelady [+]
I have been having trouble with my new sat-nav and had reached the point where I was ready to give up and kill it..........Lovely, sunny afternoon, a full tank of fuel and no need to rush back to work. 120 happy miles without any navigation problems.  :001:

Did they connect 12v to one end  :007:
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I have been having trouble with my new sat-nav and had reached the point where I was ready to give up and kill it, but I happened to mention it while I was in Laguna Triumph (I don't actually live there, but I do seem to spend a lot of time visiting and socialising) and took it in to see if anyone could help.

Half an hour later I was awash with black coffee and armed with a working sat-nav, so huge thanks to Jim and Balders, also Greg the sales manger who came up to see what I was up to and found time to join in.

I bought myself a new bottle of visor cleaner as I felt a bit guilty for taking up everybody's time over something that wasn't at all Triumph related and then set off to give the sat-nav another go. Lovely, sunny afternoon, a full tank of fuel and no need to rush back to work. 120 happy miles without any navigation problems.  :001:
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On Two Wheels / Re: What bike next ?
« Last post by Bel on Yesterday at 05:52:16 PM »
What about Z1000SX.

After 3 Streets. I'm looking at a Speed next. Maybe 2011 or 2010 version.

Well 1st a year or two break to go camper banking with young kid, while he's young enough to enjoy our bonding time and teenage demons hasn't taken hold yet

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Thank you....not any good to me im afraid  :028:
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