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General Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: Major service DIY
« Last post by gosling 1 on Today at 02:33:40 AM »
*Originally Posted by Z3RO_shift [+]
Get TuneECU and a obd II cable to diagnose the errors and clear it. Dealertool is pricier but the TuneECU will able to take care of the basic stuff you need.

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The OP's bike looks to be a '13+ Street Triple, they can not be connected to tuneecu with an OBD II cable. Dealertool works, I use it on my '14 and tuneecu can be used with a Bluetooth adapter and the android app on a phone or tablet.
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*Originally Posted by Triumph [+]
Thanks everybody for your help I have been looking at some you tube videos on servicing etc aswell & it all seems within the realm of possibility for me to undertake these jobs. The valve clearance I think I will have to either get done by a friend or take her to the garage. One thing that does scare me is the ECU picking up on faults once I have gone inside? Is the dealer mate really easy to use? Sorry for all the questions I am a complete novice but VERY WILLING to learn. The bike may need to be off the road for a moth or so if I am doing it


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Get TuneECU and a obd II cable to diagnose the errors and clear it. Dealertool is pricier but the TuneECU will able to take care of the basic stuff you need.

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New Members / Re: New member
« Last post by retsech on Yesterday at 10:52:36 PM »
Hi , welcome to the site and the forum. Only another day to wait, sounds like Christmas all over again. Hope youíve got some warm outfits - the weather is predicted to get cold this weekend.
Enjoy.
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New Members / Re: New member
« Last post by Trumpy2018 on Yesterday at 10:41:29 PM »
Welcome Dave, you won't be disappointed with the RS that's for sure, I bloody love mine!  :305:
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New Members / New member
« Last post by zx10rboy on Yesterday at 10:09:40 PM »
Hi
  New member here. Just traded my MT-10 for a Street Triple RS. Pick it up Friday. Can`t wait. Hope the weathers nice.
         Dave
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Riding Gear, Clothing, Helmets, and Apparel / Keis heated gloves
« Last post by RedBikeAgain3 on Yesterday at 09:56:28 PM »
Bought some of these as it is the back of my hands and fingers I have trouble with.
Iíve had heated grips before and they are help but I fancied trying this approach

Fused connector from the battery simple to fit and pops out front edge of the seat.
Ran the leads inside an old soft shell jacket I wear as a layer when it is colder.
No separate controller, each glove has a push button on the back to turn on/off to one of three heat settings.
Donít notice the leads, gloves are comfy and warm as they are (3 season weight /thickness). Once the turned on they give a good consistent heat across the back of the hands and down each finger.
They were just what I needed for a 2 hour round trip on Monday night. Dual carriageway and 4degrees. Kept hands comfortable on the middle setting.
Very pleased


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Suspension Set-up and Mods / Re: Change fork spring on a non r
« Last post by tim.8061 on Yesterday at 09:01:16 PM »
The clamp and bar fit together as bought; the way it works is the clamping bit has a one way slider bit and moves along the bar as you pull the trigger. The opposite end as supplied is fixed by a bolt - that bit is removed and replaced by the short extension piece to give the required length, plus the big round piece to fix to the top of the cartridge.
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*Originally Posted by Red [+]
Doggy - Frame protectors on already or on the list?

 :305: :305: :305:

Next on the list, been an expensive month so far.....
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Doggy - Frame protectors on already or on the list?

 :305: :305: :305:

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That's a good deal, might have to enquire myself. :490:
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