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    Next Generation Trophy - What changes would you make?
    on: Feb 01, 2014, 12.31 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 12.31 pm
    Another inch lower, 40 pounds lighter, quieter windshield. Easier way to change radio stations. Omit the recall options. Everything else is perfect.
    Last Edit: Feb 01, 2014, 12.39 pm by afterburner

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    Re: Next Generation Trophy - What changes would you make?
    Reply #1 on: Feb 01, 2014, 01.14 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 01.14 pm
    My suggestions for evolution would be.....

    1 - Backlighting for the switchgear
    2 - Move the cruise controls to the left hand pod
    3 - Have an audio out so you can hardwire connections to Autocom/starcomm units
    4 - multi latch points on the 3 open sides of the panniers, not just the top
    5 - improved security straps on the panniers/topbox that don't trap when you close or or break
    6 - Electro/hydraulic centre stand
    7 - Keyless ignition

    None are essential... already a great bike... but any or all would improve the experience no end!

    Last Edit: Feb 01, 2014, 01.57 pm by cropbiker
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    Re: Next Generation Trophy - What changes would you make?
    Reply #2 on: Feb 01, 2014, 01.29 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 01.29 pm

    Built-in satnav
    keyless ignition
    Nicer colors
    Xeon lights
    Backlighting on switchgear

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    Re: Next Generation Trophy - What changes would you make?
    Reply #3 on: Feb 01, 2014, 01.49 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 01.49 pm
    iPod/usb plug that's not tucked away in the glovebox
    Better ergos for the switches/also backlighting
    Multiple engine modes (road, rain, sport)
    Available passenger backrest without having to use the top box
    Integrated sat nav
    Available add on fog/driving lights
    Active or semi-active suspension damping

    Other than the engine modes, these are all nit picky suggestions on my part…I love the TT pretty much as is.

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    Re: Next Generation Trophy - What changes would you make?
    Reply #4 on: Feb 01, 2014, 03.18 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 03.18 pm
    Intergrated satnav.
    Built in Rider/pillion intercom (full & open face helmet headset options).
    Built in UHF/VHF bike to bike.
    Central locking.
    Keyless start.
    Backrest for pillion when top box not fitted (should be readily interchangeable).
    Adjustabe Highway pegs (and mount provision).
    Clip-ons to raise/pull back handlebars.
    Selectable option for windscreen to remain in set location when ignition is switched off.
    Luggage rack for Top box.
    Audio out.
    Gloss black.
    Reduced seat height.







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    Re: Next Generation Trophy - What changes would you make?
    Reply #5 on: Feb 01, 2014, 03.25 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 03.25 pm
    Adjustable handlebars, cruise control on left, option of no audio/satnav/ipod integration.

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    Re: Next Generation Trophy - What changes would you make?
    Reply #6 on: Feb 01, 2014, 05.25 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 05.25 pm
    For someone who doesn't need all that fancy electronic stuff...a lower price
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    Re: Next Generation Trophy - What changes would you make?
    Reply #7 on: Feb 01, 2014, 05.46 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 05.46 pm
    *Originally Posted by w8d4it [+]
    For someone who doesn't need all that fancy electronic stuff...a lower price

    Agreed  :821: :821:

    Better back light in the info centre or at leased anti glare so it cant act as a mirror in low sun  :233: :233:

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