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  • Offline Stucat

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    New Trophy
    on: Jul 05, 2017, 03.24 am
    Jul 05, 2017, 03.24 am
    Well, it finally arrived; myPacific Blue 2017 TTS.  Picked her up last Friday.  Managed to complete the first 100 miles of the break in on the ride home from the dealer, so I can happily hit 5K for the next 200 ( which is WAY too easy to do)

    I love the bike, adapting to such an advanced machine (never owned an AU framed, fuel injected, ABS/TTC, CC bike before; or a Britt Bike for that matter)

    A few questions have arisen: bike came with TPMS Sensors, but the system wasn't activated by the dealer (US), is this normal?  Do I have to pay extra to turn TPMS on?Even the "Comfort" setting of TES seems a bit stiff, or am I nuts?  Very subtle clicking in front end while stopping, normal or WTH eh?

    Looking forward  to many happy fun miles with my new favorite machine!

  • Offline Coconut   gb

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    Re: New Trophy
    Reply #1 on: Jul 05, 2017, 06.24 am
    Jul 05, 2017, 06.24 am
    Hi Stucat and :400: to the Club !

    The Trophy SE comes withTPMS as standard and should have been configured
    by your Dealer before being handed over to you - sadly some Dealers
    seem to be unaware of this !  :157:

    This function can ONLY be activated by a Dealer.

    Note that the Pressures do not appear in the display until you have started moving
    and ridden a short distance, as per the Owners Handbook explanation.

    The "clicking" you refer to may well be thr Glove Box locking solenoid operatiing.

    The Glove box locks once you ride off, and unlocks again as you stop,
    and the solenoid can be quite loud when it kicks in !

    For your peace of mind if nothing else, when you return -
    ask the Dealer to check that the Suspension settings are working correctly.

    Cheers  :821:

    Last Edit: Mar 30, 2020, 04.42 pm by Coconut

  • Offline cropbiker   gb

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    Re: New Trophy
    Reply #2 on: Jul 05, 2017, 06.07 pm
    Jul 05, 2017, 06.07 pm
    Hello Stucat and welcome! :400:
    Triumph Trophy! Not for every Tomaz, Dieter or Herman!🇬🇧

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    Re: New Trophy
    Reply #3 on: Jul 05, 2017, 06.27 pm
    Jul 05, 2017, 06.27 pm
    Hello Stucat and welcome to the gang  :821:
    It wasn't me !!

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    Re: New Trophy
    Reply #4 on: Jul 05, 2017, 06.39 pm
    Jul 05, 2017, 06.39 pm
     :401: Stucat
    Enjoy the bike and this forum
    Al

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    Re: New Trophy
    Reply #5 on: Jul 05, 2017, 08.33 pm
    Jul 05, 2017, 08.33 pm
    Hi Stucat,  :400: welcome aboard - enjoy the `new toy'........ :821:
    `Only a Motorcyclist  knows why a dog rides with his head out of the car window '

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    Re: New Trophy
    Reply #6 on: Jul 05, 2017, 09.08 pm
    Jul 05, 2017, 09.08 pm
     :400: :400: aboard !
    Honda 350 ( old),Suzuki 400 GS 1975
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    Re: New Trophy
    Reply #7 on: Jul 05, 2017, 10.35 pm
    Jul 05, 2017, 10.35 pm
    The suspension may not even be calibrated for you and the load you're carrying.  Check the manual on setting up the suspension, or wait until the ignition has cycled on 50 times and it will recalibrate with you and your load on it automatically.  That takes a few seconds and when you see the calibrating message on the dash at startup, just wait for it to finish.  And,  :400: to the forum.
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