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Maintenance and Servicing / Re: access to gear box sprocket
« Last post by YGBSM on Yesterday at 10:49 pm »
*Originally Posted by tri-bri [+]
Tips required to remove plastic cover over sprocket and any snags to look out for.
Thanks very much in anticipation
Regards TRI-Bri

And you'll need to unclip the gear selector at the top end too.  Apart from that easy.

Good to get in there regularly and give it a clean.  So much dirt builds up in there.
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Maintenance and Servicing / Re: 17 tooth front sprocket
« Last post by YGBSM on Yesterday at 10:45 pm »
Hey Chelsea,

I've fitted one. It makes first gear a lot more usable, the gearing just works better with the bike.

If your Trident isn't restricted (A2 in UK or LAMS in NZ or Australia), you should be able to get an extra 6% on the top speed (assuming your top speed was limited by the rev limiter rather than the bike's power).

But, it's the gearing down low where it really pays off.  A much nicer ride, no feeling like you need to change up a gear going through intersections in second, that sort of thing.
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Maintenance and Servicing / 17 tooth front sprocket
« Last post by Chelsea on Yesterday at 09:15 pm »
Hi anyone fitted a 17 tooth front sprocket. I have one just not fitted it.
Any noticeable difference in 0-60 and does it pull well in top.
Any idea of the max speed if it will pull it
Thanks
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*Originally Posted by johnt787 [+]
did you find the clutch cable is tight at full left lock? 

No, I re-routed the cable a little and found that I had enough slack.
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Hi, with the bar risers did you find the clutch cable is tight at full left lock?  Iíve just fitted the Voigt risers 30/21 rise/rake, wonder if anyone has found/fitted a longer cable?
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Electrical, Lighting, and Wiring / Re: Rewire to tailtidy
« Last post by Peterv on November 29, 2023, 07.52 am »
*Originally Posted by Chelsea [+]
Hi just seen your reply. I agree  but evotec  do an alternative where you keep the original light.
It's a cheaper version I just didn't want to drill holes to mount the brackets.
All the best
Aaaah, thank you. I'll give my version a go. If I don't like it I go for the Evo one. :002:
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Electrical, Lighting, and Wiring / Tec exhaust
« Last post by Chelsea on November 28, 2023, 03.02 pm »
Hi all I plan to fit a Tec exhaust to my bike over the next month. Now I would like to fit a belly pan.
My options are the  fit the Triumph ones I have or I also have a new Powerbronze matt black one.
Now I understand I may have to make a few brackets but wondered if anyone has fitted a belly pan with the Tec exhaust
Cheers
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Electrical, Lighting, and Wiring / Re: Rewire to tailtidy
« Last post by Chelsea on November 28, 2023, 02.59 pm »
Hi just seen your reply. I agree  but evotec  do an alternative where you keep the original light.
It's a cheaper version I just didn't want to drill holes to mount the brackets.
All the best
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Thanks will look into it!
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: New long hugger
« Last post by Upthehill on November 28, 2023, 05.39 am »
Thanks for the heads up. I have ordered one as well.
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