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Offline Verdun95

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Re: Hi All
« Reply #8 on: December 07, 2020, 04:47:31 pm »
Welcome aboard  :821:
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Re: Hi All
« Reply #9 on: December 07, 2020, 06:35:57 pm »
 :400: to the forum! Was looking at the ST1300 also, only problem for me was the last date of manufacture, 2012. Was wanting something a little newer and FJ's were more like a sport bike they added panniers to and forget about the Beemers!
Trophy ticked all the boxes and then some. Know I got a helluva deal on the perfect bike for me! :821:

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Re: Hi All
« Reply #10 on: December 10, 2020, 02:19:51 pm »
 :400:  Send us some pics when you get her.
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Re: Hi All update since bike arrived.
« Reply #11 on: December 16, 2020, 06:11:47 pm »
Hi all,
Just wanted to put a few words since I have taken official ownership of my 2013 SE..
Did the swap of my Pan with the delivery driver, checked the bike over and accepted delivery.I have to say, I was trying to contain my stupid grin from just looking at the bike let alone having ridden it at this point. Well, only one disappointing fact was the satnav mount that I thought was present, in fact wasn't - I had mixed up two different bikes but totally my bad
Anyway, today was the first opportunity I had to get out for a short ride but OMG, I cannot believe how amazing the Trophy is!! Comfort beyond anything (even my previous RT) handling that really doesn't befit a bike of its size and WOW, what an engine/drivetrain combination! I am so far truly amazed and very pleasantly surprised at just how good this motorcycle is, even after reading and watching reviews.
So, all I need now is the following advice...
How easy is it to fit a Garmin Zumo mount and wiring into bike.. does the bike run on a canbus system and how do you recommend adding and powering any accompanying equipment??
Many thanks for the many welcoming replies and I can't wait to be able to learn how to navigate and post more here myself.
Thanks in advance of the advice I know you will all offer.
Regards Oz. :028:

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Re: Hi All
« Reply #12 on: December 16, 2020, 06:35:22 pm »
Hi Markoz,

Congratulations !  :152:

There's a Topic here on fitting the Sat Nav Bracket :

HOW TO: Fitting Triumph Sat Nav Mount & Zumo 660

It's not a difficult job, but can be a bit fiddly, and the Cockpit panels have to be dismantled.

Power for the Sat Nav is provided by a dedicated socket behind and below the left mirror panels,
where there is also an Audio Input connection for the Sat Nav voice instructions etc.

To connect to the Sat Nav power socket there is a Triumph Accessory connector ( A9938122 )
that plugs straight in, and then has two bare wires to crimp ( or otherwise connect ),
to the power wires for your Sat Nav cradle.

If you have any problems getting hold of the Sat Nav Mount,
or the Accessory Connector, let me know - I can help with these !

It's a shame you're not closer to Birmingham, I could have helped with the Sat Nav
installation, Covid restrictions and Social distancing permitted of course !


The Trophy does have a CANBUS system.

For adding any additional electrical items, I would recommend adding
something like a "Fuzeblock" or similar.

This is an add on Power supply / distribution unit with additional fused circuits
that can be constantly Live, or Live when the Ignition is ON, and allow the flexibility
to add circuits for Lighting etc without worrying about tapping into existing circuits
and potentially disturbing the CANBUS circuitry.

Cheers  :821:


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Re: Hi All
« Reply #13 on: December 16, 2020, 06:50:08 pm »
Coconut you are a 🌟 :152:
That's brilliant and very informative, I shall search out said connection cable, I'm guessing it's available from that we'll know auction site?
Is the actual mount a special bit of kit too?
Again, so many thanks for the brilliant advice and help!
Regards Oz

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Re: Hi All
« Reply #14 on: December 16, 2020, 07:00:52 pm »
You might find them on eBay !

The Sat Nav bracket is CNC machined specifically for the Trophy,
and is fitted into the top of Instrument Panel Fascia,
screwed to a bracket out of sight behind / below the panels.

"World of Triumph" are an official Triumph On Line retailer.
( Clicking on the above Link will take you to the Triumph Trophy page ).

From the information on that Site, and a number of other sources,
I produced a "Trophy Spare Parts List" in Excel Spreadsheet format
that can be downloaded from this Forum Topic :

Spare Parts List

Cheers  :821:


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Re: Hi All
« Reply #15 on: December 16, 2020, 09:07:02 pm »
So, call me thick by all means but, having tried to search both parts for the nav mount and connecting cable with zero luck  :157:
@coconut you said you may be able to assist?
Any steer regarding these parts would be very much appreciated. :158:
Regards Oz