28 Sep 23, 11:04 am

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Coconut: What about a lithium one?
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New Members / Re: Another newbie from Cheshire
« Last post by Verdun95 on Today at 09:47 am »
Welcome aboard  :821:
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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: oil fork
« Last post by louping77 on Today at 08:23 am »
Sorry trophied
For thos little name cofuse 🙄🤭
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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: oil fork
« Last post by louping77 on Today at 08:21 am »
Hi
Coconut
Many thanks for your feedback
Firtstly i will ask to the dealer
May be it would be the best
Option..
Have a nice day

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New Members / Re: Another newbie from Cheshire
« Last post by digital on Today at 06:27 am »
 :400: to the forum.
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Just curious,  how much volatage was "lost" ?

And BTW, you can buy a small , hand-held battery tester for about $20.  Saves a lot of guess work.
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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: immobilizer function
« Last post by STJIM on Today at 01:20 am »
I had a spare key made for my top box & gas cap ( no RFID chip inside ).

I tried starting the bike with this "dummy ( non-RFID ) key".  Everything seemed to power-up when I inserted it and turned it to the "Run" position but the starter wouldn't engage.

So , I believe you could have an RFID key cloned by a good locksmith.   There is a big locksmith company in Grand Rapids that has an expensive machine that can read the RFID code.  Then they have a new key made by someone else in the country.  It takes a few weeks to get the nrw key after they supply the RFID code.

So having a new key made isn't as difficult as it is with some other makes of motorcycles.   The new key doesn't need to be "registered" into the immobilizer or ECM, I believe.

I bet Digital can verify this ( or not ).
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New Members / Re: Another newbie from Cheshire
« Last post by HACKLE on Yesterday at 11:26 pm »
  :400: jembutler to all things Triumph Trophy 1215.
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New Members / Re: Another newbie from Cheshire
« Last post by Coconut on Yesterday at 08:19 pm »
Hi jembutler and :400: to the Club !

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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: oil fork
« Last post by trophied on Yesterday at 05:40 pm »
From the procedure described in the service manual I don't know that it's all that difficult if you have mechanical abilities, but it would certainly be time consuming and require removal of the tubes from the upper and lower clamps.  I inquired once here about the possibility of removing the fluid from the top with a suction device and replacing it by using a gauge made specifically for determining the correct oil level and was told by forum member digital that it was indeed possible.  I value his opinion on any service procedures on the Trophy.  It does take a special tool I would never use for anything else to remove the top caps, so I haven't done it, but my new to me '17 doesn't have many miles on it yet.  I have found that there is now fork oil in the proper 4W available in quarts made by Motorex which is the specified weight.  On my '13 that I had changed at the dealer they used Belray 5W, not the original weight installed at the factory.  Does it make a difference, I don't know, but since we have electronics involved, maybe.  Perhaps someone that has performed this task will chime in with better advice about the exact procedure.
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