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Workshop manual

Has anyone found a source for a workshop manual for the TT?

  • Created 04 August 2005 19:38 by mikebram
  • Last comment 8 years ago ago by wanny37


Engine warning light

TT 600 has been in the garage but the garage roof has been leaking and now I can't get the engine management light to go out. The bike seems to be running ok, has anybody had a similar problem or do I have to go to the dealer to get a fix.

  • Created 12 January 2006 17:05 by jagslad


There's something in the water..

at the Triumph training college. Well, there must be. I tried to book my TT600 in for the recall (work takes less than thirty minutes, remember) to be told there was a second recall that needed sorting (well not a recall as such according to Triumph later) and the dealer would need the bike first thing in the morning for collection later in the day as the work is hours, not minutes. That put paid to popping in after work, then. Cannot be done on Saturday, cannot offer a loan bike - so how's a bloke get to work? "There's ...



New Triumph website

Hello, I've just uploaded a new Triumph website, the Triumph Motorcycles Archive. It is very much in the initial stages but would be grateful for any pictures or information that people could mail me to progress it. There is a link on the website to email me. Cheers Lee

  • Created 24 August 2005 10:07 by leedando
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Chain & Sprocket change

I have just changed my chain and sprockets from stock. The stock size is a 14 front and 42 rear. I had changed to a 44 rear last year and loved the extra accelleration. A year on, I have decided on a 14 front but a 47 rear. This requires a new chain as the largest rear sprocket you can have with the standard length chain is a 45 tooth. So I bought my Renthal hard anodised rear, standard front and Tsubaki gold chain from B&C Express for a total of %XA3115. Had them fitted and then tried it out. ...



PCIII fuel Maps

Does anyone have a fuel map for a PC III for the TT that is different from the bog standard one.

  • Created 13 May 2005 07:13 by blueeyes


clutch adjustment

Help! Long story but i'll shorten it! Had bike recalled last year like all others, when i got her back i found engaging neutral difficult (not happened before!). Not sure what was done with the clutch cable?? bought a 'dog-leg' clutch lever & put on - no mucking about, undo bolt, losen cable & change levers - simple! Sit on bike, fire up, into gear - CLUNK & stall. Hmm, try again, clunk & stall. This happened for approx 3 weeks now (garage in a different place to house so not easy access). Rang Pidcocks, N'ttm only to be told ...

  • Created 21 February 2005 13:57 by billytomsawyer
  • Last comment 10 years ago ago by stuieg


TT600 seeks new owner.

Well, it seems that, despite MCN's protestations that we would all eventually like the new discussion boards, nobody can be bothered to navigate to this page much anymore for hints, tips and TT owner bonding sessions. Ho hum, shall have to investigate the other sites people are using. In the meantime, I have to announce the sad news that I am selling my TT600 in order to help fund a sabbatical later this year. After careful thought as to whether I keep her, sell at the end of the summer, and risk no purchasers, or try and turn her into ...

  • Created 26 February 2005 15:22 by Pertyb


Servicing advice wanted...

Hi everyone, I've not posted for a few months now due to baby duties. Boy, has it gone quiet here (sounds of whistling wind and tumbleweed blowing around). Can anyone offer advice with my servicing dilemma? My bike is now (over)due for its 2 year/8k service. Scenario is that I've only done 1800 miles since Nov 2002 (DIY and baby duties). I can see the sense in replacing brake fluid, coolant etc, but can see no justification for dealer lining his pocket doing valve thingy adjustments for current milage. I'm intending on keeping the bike for at least another 2 ...

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