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Paint codes
« on: December 20, 2014, 06:08:05 pm »
Anyone have the paint code for the blue TTSE. I need to spray my side pannier and fit a new triumph badge.

Or is it cheaper to buy the outer case?

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Re: Paint codes
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2015, 11:07:49 pm »
I dropped my Trophy several months ago and bought an outside cover with logo it was only $75 US

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Re: Paint codes
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2015, 09:00:41 am »
It's not a Spray Paint, but on E Bay right now is a
Triumph Pacific Blue touch up paint kit ( with the Clear Lacquer )
whiich quotes the colour as "JI Paciific Blue" so I would imagine "JI" is the code  :028:


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Re: Paint codes
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2015, 09:48:23 am »
With all Triumph Paint it is as well to get your Triumph Dealer to do a VIN Enquiry - this will reveal the actual paint code applied to a specific bike..... as the eBay advert says

"If you are unsure at all about colour, call us with the last 6 digits of your VIN number and we will happily confirm the colour of your bike."
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Re: Paint codes
« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2015, 09:18:12 pm »
If the damage is significant enough  to warrant spray painting I think you will find the price of the cover low enough to justify buying especially when you consider value of your time.  And of course guaranteed quality paint job
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Re: Paint codes
« Reply #5 on: January 13, 2015, 12:13:45 am »
Don't know if you have ColorRite or something similar there or not, but here goes.  From my ColorRite sales receipt for a touch up kit, their ID for it is TU30090 Triumph Pacific Blue Metallic.  This was only a touch up kit, but they also have it available in aerosol, quarts, or gallons if I remember.  Look at their website: www.colorrite.com, and you may find out if there is service available to the UK or Europe.  From my past job history I can tell you they cannot ship any aerosol product by air without special documentation that can cost as much as $600 US for as little as 1 can or a case of 12 of an aerosol product.  We had a lot of customers overseas asking for a case of spray paint to touch-up and they were terribly dismayed to find out the shipping cost for a $150 of paint.  Best of luck.
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Re: Paint codes
« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2015, 12:37:50 am »
Found these guys in the UK, http://www.rsbikepaint.com.  They show the Trophy 1200, 2013 model Pacific Blue Pearl, in 400ml aerosol at 18 quid, and the clear coat in the same size at 11 quid.  They list the Trophy 1200 SE, but only show the Lunar Silver available for that model, so I'm not sure if the 2013 standard Trophy and the SE are the same color or not.  You can contact them to find out, and see what sizes and types of paint they sell.  Hope this helps.
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Re: Paint codes
« Reply #7 on: July 15, 2019, 07:01:04 pm »
*Originally Posted by trophied [+]
Don't know if you have ColorRite or something similar there or not, but here goes.  From my ColorRite sales receipt for a touch up kit, their ID for it is TU30090 Triumph Pacific Blue Metallic.  This was only a touch up kit, but they also have it available in aerosol, quarts, or gallons if I remember.  Look at their website: www.colorrite.com, and you may find out if there is service available to the UK or Europe.  From my past job history I can tell you they cannot ship any aerosol product by air without special documentation that can cost as much as $600 US for as little as 1 can or a case of 12 of an aerosol product.  We had a lot of customers overseas asking for a case of spray paint to touch-up and they were terribly dismayed to find out the shipping cost for a $150 of paint.  Best of luck.
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