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Triumph Sprint ST's starting problem

MCN, 05 October 2011 14:44

I have a 2005 Triumph Sprint ST 1050 with a seemingly random starter problem. Sometimes it will turn over, but that’s it. Then the next day it works fine. The dealer has swapped the plugs over and back again and it behaves itself for a few days,then the problem returns. This sounds as though you may have a poor connection ...

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How to recalibrate speedo to match new gearing

MCN, 05 October 2011 14:35

Kevin Ash in his Insight column a few weeks ago described raising the gearing to improve fuel economy. I would love to do this on my Tiger 800, which like most bikes is unnecessarily undergeared at 14mph per 1000rpm and would easily pull 20mph per thou, but what to do about the speedo? The speedo drive is taken from the ...

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Best tyres for a Triumph Street Triple R?

Anonymous, 19 April 2011 11:33

It’s tyre replacement time on my Triumph Street Triple R, and I'm thinking of moving away from "sports tyres" as I never go near a track. I do give it the beans on the road though and wear the tyres up to the edges. I've been impressed with the Dunlop Roadsmarts on my VFR but wondered if the new Bridgestone ...

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Best tyres for a Triumph Bonneville SE

Marc Abbott, 01 December 2010 12:40

I recently purchased an Avon Storm tyre for the front wheel for my Triumph Bonneville SE, which is a 110/70 x 17, and I’d like to fit a matching rear. Avon only makes a 150/70 x 17. Could I fit this size of tyre on the rear rim?  John Berry, email Gte the best price on motorcycle tyres in the ...

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How can I improve my Speed Triple’s rear brake?

MCN, 29 September 2010 14:22

Q. I have a Triumph Speed Triple 955i on a 2000 plate. My back brake is virtually none existent. I have had it checked and have been told that everything is OK, and that it’s just a common thing with Triumphs. Find a used Triumph Speed Triple for sale Is there anything I could do to make this better, or ...

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Advice: What’s causing Daytona 955i's electrical woes?

Marc Abbott, 24 August 2010 16:41

What’s causing Daytona 955i's electrical woes? Q.My 1999 Triumph 955i Daytona is suffering from an increasing list of electrical faults. First the brake light stopped working, now the indicators have stopped and burnt out two flasher relay units. Today the horn has failed. There is a new battery, but that’s made no difference and I really need to track down ...

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Tyre advice for Triumph Daytona 675

Marc Abbott, 11 June 2009 11:27

Q. I'm getting through the rear Pirelli Diablo Super Corsa on my Triumph 675 on my daily commute and I want to switch to a tyre that will give me better mileage and decent levels of grip. I don¹t consider myself to be a mad-for-it racer type, though I have got a couple of track days planned for the summer.Alex ...

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Triumph Speed Triple bolt-ons from R&G

Marc Abbott, 05 May 2009 14:48

R&G Racing has a range of accessories (including the firm’s famed crash protection) to fit the class leading super naked Triumph Speed Triple. Just click on the image to the right to see the full details.

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Akrapovic road legal cans for Street Triple

Marc Abbot, 06 March 2009 15:51

Akrapovic slip-ons are now available for the hugely popular Triumph Street Triple. The pair of slip-on titanium or carbon-fibre exhausts has a whopping price tag of £898, and for the following reasons. The brand has decided on the Hexagon-style silencer to compliment the clean lines of the naked streetbike with a choice of either titanium or carbon-fibre finishes, for the same ...

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Triumph Scrambler gets luggage option

Michael Carroll, 12 February 2009 15:24

Triumph motorcycle accessories specialist Norman Hyde has taken a one-sided approach to fitting luggage to the Triumph Scrambler. The Scrambler’s high-level exhausts on the right mean riders can’t fit throw-over panniers, so Hyde’s frame fits to existing mounting points on the left-side only. Compare and buy motorcycle luggage It was developed in conjunction with Givi UK, and takes Givi’s hard cases ...

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