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Offline Fatherof2

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Parts Questons.
« on: January 18, 2021, 05:37:26 pm »
Hi Gang,

I am in the process of doing a 10K service on my TTSE. While I am at it, I figured I might as well do the shift & brake lever bolts. I noticed that there are two options for the shift lever bolt. Part #T3331400 & T3331520. What is the difference? Can I use either?

While I am at it, here are a few other random questions if I may:

1. Where do most people order parts from in the States?

2. I figured I might as well do plugs while I am in there. Waste of money? Any plug recommendations? OEM?

3. What brand of oil is recommended if any?

Thanks very much all!

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Re: Parts Questons.
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2021, 06:40:49 pm »
T3331400 was superseded by T3331520 so T3331520 is the one to use.

I don't know if there's much difference in the two parts,
but the later one is likely to be a little more "durable" !  :164:

If neither Part is available, there is another alternative in T3331614
which has a "Grease Groove" incorporated into the shank,
and while some Members have used it, it has never
been officially specified for use on the Trophy.

With regards to your other questions :

1.  Bike Bandit or Hermy's

Also have a look on the Forum here for Parts details :

Trophy Spare Parts List


2.  Plugs are only scheduled to be "Checked" at 10,000 miles, and replaced at 20,000.
If you're taking them out to "check" them, then for the comparatively small extra cost,
it's probably worth replacing them.  OEM = NGK CR8EK.
You can get Iridium Plugs ( NGK CR8EIX ), but I can't see any benefit for the extra cost.

3.  Semi or Fully Synthetic Oil to 10W/40 or 10W50 Grade.
Recommended brands include Castrol Power 1 Racing 4T, Silkolene Pro 4,
and many others - depending on who is doing the recommending !

Cheers  :821:


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Re: Parts Questons.
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2021, 07:00:36 pm »
Thank you very much Mr C!!

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Re: Parts Questons.
« Reply #3 on: January 18, 2021, 07:35:36 pm »
*Originally Posted by Coconut [+]
T3331400 was superseded by T3331520 so T3331520 is the one to use.

I don't know if there's much difference in the two parts,
but the later one is likely to be a little more "durable" !  :164:

If neither Part is available, there is another alternative in T3331614
which has a "Grease Groove" incorporated into the shank,
and while some Members have used it, it has never
been officially specified for use on the Trophy.

With regards to your other questions :

1.  Bike Bandit or Hermy's

Also have a look on the Forum here for Parts details :

Trophy Spare Parts List


2.  Plugs are only scheduled to be "Checked" at 10,000 miles, and replaced at 20,000.
If you're taking them out to "check" them, then for the comparatively small extra cost,
it's probably worth replacing them.  OEM = NGK CR8EK.
You can get Iridium Plugs ( NGK CR8EIX ), but I can't see any benefit for the extra cost.

3.  Semi or Fully Synthetic Oil to 10W/40 or 10W50 Grade.
Recommended brands include Castrol Power 1 Racing 4T, Silkolene Pro 4,
and many others - depending on who is doing the recommending !

Cheers  :821:




Coconut,

Will the part with the grease groove also work as a replacement for the brake lever bolt?

Thank you,

David

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Re: Parts Questons.
« Reply #4 on: January 18, 2021, 07:39:11 pm »
The Gear change Pivot Bolt
and Rear Brake Pedal pivot bolts
are the same Part, so - Yes !


 



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