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Every bike that I have owned that has a flashing light alarm system such as the Trident 660 has had a starting hesitancy due to the slight drain on the battery. My Ducati Scrambler had the same problem. It’s not a provlem
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For Sale / Wanted / Trident Aftermarket Parts: Evotech, Brogue, Triumph
« Last post by cjdscratch on Yesterday at 06:08 pm »
I traded in my Trident last week. Before I did I took off most of the aftermarket parts I had added to the bike.  So this is what I have for sale. Everything is in great condition.  Bike was always parked in a garage. All prices include shipping to CONUS. PayPal or Zelle payments accepted.  Make me an offer if you want more than one item.

Evotech Folding Brake and Clutch levers $110
Evotech Radiator Guard $80
Motogadget mo.View Road Mirrors $170 for the set
Atlas Throttle Lock $100
Denali Horn $25
Triumph Front axle Slider and Evotech Rear Slider $80 for the set
Triumph Paddock stand Bobbins $20
Triumph USB charger $20
Triumph All weather medium cover $100
Triumph Aluminum Bellypan kit. (I had it professionally powder coated satin black) $125
Brogue Motorcycle’s Mirror Hole Block off plugs $15
Brogue Motorcycle’s Gauge cover finisher $60
Brogue Motorcycle’s pillion delete kit $40
Brogue Motorcycle’s turn signals with adapters(2 Kellermann Extremes & 2 Pin)(Need connectors)$300
Beeline Moto Gunmetal gray version $170
Pitt Bull spooled forward handle rear paddock stand $180







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Trident 660 Main Chat / Re: Engine dies
« Last post by noeserd on Yesterday at 04:00 pm »
I'm not sure if they're even aware of this issue, there not much of this bike
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Trident 660 Main Chat / Re: Engine dies
« Last post by Dimster on Yesterday at 03:17 pm »
I would be honest with the dealer and ask them if they have the modification on file (all works, carried out under warranty, should be on the Triumph service history!).

Maybe get the extended warranty if it is on offer too… appreciate it’s not cheap but peace of mind etc!
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Trident 660 Main Chat / Re: Engine dies
« Last post by REC911 on Yesterday at 02:17 pm »
Hard to say how common this is.  Maybe 5% of the bikes have the issue?  Good news is that it seems to get fixed eventually.
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Trident 660 Main Chat / Re: Engine dies
« Last post by noeserd on December 02, 2022, 11.57 pm »
Hi I'm going to buy a second hand 2022 trident 660 with 6500kms from a triumph dealer and came by this forum.

Is the engine stall problem common? My old dominar 400 (duke 390 engine)  did the same and i sold the bike because it became very frustrating, also nearest triumph dealer is 200kms from me so i can't always go back and forth.

Thanks
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*Originally Posted by mtraphagen [+]
This is GREAT news! Congratulations! The service manager at my dealership in PA is very motivated to get my grips working. He just offered to call your dealership to ask how they did it. Would you mind either posting or sending a PM with the name of your dealership? I'd be extremely happy to have actual working heated grips.

Thank you, I'll pm you.
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*Originally Posted by kazuya [+]
thats good to know, you would think triumph uk would offer that, but from what im hearing they are still putting the newest firmware on as part of the service
which is crazy because they are literally breaking peoples heated grips  :034:

Right? That's a very strange way to proceed but I'm guessing since this isn't some safety issue, it takes a lot of processing to get a change or awareness spread.
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*Originally Posted by Dash660 [+]
Had to rush in and out so I didn't get to ask about what the rollback would also affect (the tech crew wasn't at the desk and working in the shop).

But, MY GRIPS WORK NOW! They get warm/hot. It ran about 10 minutes on the ride home and I wasn't charged any additional hours for the work.

This is GREAT news! Congratulations! The service manager at my dealership in PA is very motivated to get my grips working. He just offered to call your dealership to ask how they did it. Would you mind either posting or sending a PM with the name of your dealership? I'd be extremely happy to have actual working heated grips.
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thats good to know, you would think triumph uk would offer that, but from what im hearing they are still putting the newest firmware on as part of the service
which is crazy because they are literally breaking peoples heated grips  :034:
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