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Re: Accessorise
Reply #30 on: April 01, 2021, 09.50 PM
Just ordered Evotech Rad Guard  :152: :821:
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Re: Accessorise
Reply #31 on: April 01, 2021, 10.02 PM
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Re: Accessorise
Reply #32 on: May 18, 2021, 07.23 AM
Tec parts bar end mirrors, bar end mirror caps, adjustable levers(pic shows the Tec and original difference), rear bobbins, Speedo angels screen protector, Street triple carbon effect tank protector, Triumph heated grips. A lot of the same that's others have done. Might sound like a Tec parts advert but their gear is quality and very reasonably priced, quite a bit less than Triumph ! Gambled on a Street triple tank pad ,think it looks good and Im not fussed on the Triumph offering  , defo need on the Matt black tank as she marks so easily. May get a rad guard soon. Fly screen I think sets bike off nice but I've heard it does force wind to face more when your a taller rider (5'11") ,will have to see what other members think.

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Re: Accessorise
Reply #33 on: June 01, 2021, 07.41 AM
*Originally Posted by tridentmania [+]
Just ordered Evotech Rad Guard  :152: :821:
Ohhh I have been looking at getting one - was it easy to fit? Who am I kidding... I will just take it to the dealer and get them to fit it.
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Re: Accessorise
Reply #34 on: June 01, 2021, 07.51 AM
*Originally Posted by cmb621 [+]
Ohhh I have been looking at getting one - was it easy to fit?

Cynthia, I have one fitted I always buy EvoTech rad guards as they are well made and perfect fit. They are VERY easy to fit to the bike, the difficult but is fitting the 4 small rubber stand off's into the mesh which is just a bit fiddley but you do this before fitting it to the bike.

Just 4 bolts to undo on the rad side covers, offer up the rad guard which fits between the side cover and rad refit the original bolts is the rad side covers job done.
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Re: Accessorise
Reply #35 on: June 01, 2021, 08.42 AM
*Originally Posted by lcman [+]
Cynthia, I have one fitted I always buy EvoTech rad guards as they are well made and perfect fit. They are VERY easy to fit to the bike, the difficult but is fitting the 4 small rubber stand off's into the mesh which is just a bit fiddley but you do this before fitting it to the bike.

Just 4 bolts to undo on the rad side covers, offer up the rad guard which fits between the side cover and rad refit the original bolts is the rad side covers job done.

Ditto  :152: :821:
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Re: Accessorise
Reply #36 on: June 01, 2021, 12.26 PM
Ordered! I can come on here for advice if necessary!

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Re: Accessorise
Reply #37 on: June 01, 2021, 01.16 PM
Of course  :152: :821:
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Re: Accessorise
Reply #38 on: June 01, 2021, 05.44 PM
*Originally Posted by lcman [+]
Cynthia, I have one fitted I always buy EvoTech rad guards as they are well made and perfect fit. They are VERY easy to fit to the bike, the difficult but is fitting the 4 small rubber stand off's into the mesh which is just a bit fiddley but you do this before fitting it to the bike.

Just 4 bolts to undo on the rad side covers, offer up the rad guard which fits between the side cover and rad refit the original bolts is the rad side covers job done.

There should be 6 rubber stand offs. Two centre ones top and bottom and those in the four corners.
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Re: Accessorise
Reply #39 on: June 02, 2021, 10.15 AM
Completely agree, it's extremely simple to install. Looks great too..

 


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