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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical issues / Re: What's This?
« Last post by Yaga1973 on Yesterday at 11:24:26 pm »
Does that tube connect to/serve as the weep hole on the water pump?
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Items Wanted / Re: WTB: OEM Trophy SE tank bag in good condition
« Last post by brenchley on Yesterday at 07:49:14 pm »
I'm sorry, Dinty - the tank bag has been sold.
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New Members / Re: New from NZ.
« Last post by Verdun95 on Yesterday at 06:53:58 pm »
Welcome aboard  :821:
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Powerbronze / Holiday
« Last post by RichardPB on Yesterday at 04:56:00 pm »
Hello Everyone,

I hope you are well ?

I just wanted to let you know that I will be out of the office from 5:30 p.m. today (Thursday July 22nd) until 9 a.m. on Monday 2nd August. I'm a year older tomorrow and then just having a week's break.

If you post any questions or send me a private message, they will be answered upon my return.

If urgent, please e-mail your query to sales@powerbronze.co.uk as my colleagues will be happy to assist you in my absence.

All the best,
Richard
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Modifications and Appearance / Re: Added a couple mirrors
« Last post by RedMerle on Yesterday at 04:44:25 pm »
It’s a popular modification 😁

There’s no need to duplicate the function with the standard mirrors - bend the glass outwards to cover the dual carriageway / freeway overtaking blindspot 👍



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Modifications and Appearance / Added a couple mirrors
« Last post by OpusThePenguin on Yesterday at 04:29:02 pm »
Minor addition to the bike, but something I've been wanting for a little bit.  I'm not a huge fan of the underarm mirrors and although I could see behind me alright, I take up half the mirror and they're lacking for things more to the side, and this bothers me especially in city traffic.

Picked up a couple mirrors off amazon, really tried to find a shape I thought went with the bike.  So far I think it was a good add on, although having 4 mirrors is weird not gonna lie.  I wish they would have come with a different trim than orange, but I'm ok with it for now.


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New Members / Re: New from NZ.
« Last post by Coconut on Yesterday at 06:36:43 am »
Hi zeph and :400: to the Forum.

It's good to hear that you fond our Firum useful, though I'm quite surprised
as the Trophy 1215cc has a different engine, frame, etc etc.

Are you also a Member of the Tiger 800 / 900 Worldwide Owners Club and Forum ?

Cheers  :821:


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New Members / Re: New from NZ.
« Last post by HACKLE on Yesterday at 03:07:34 am »
 :400: zeph. Glad to hear that you glean information from this very good Forum. Enjoy your Triumph riding in a great riding country. Yes I've been over "the ditch" to sample your north island roads. Next trip will be to the south land. Cheers.  :821: :028:
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New Members / New from NZ.
« Last post by zeph on Yesterday at 01:08:06 am »
Hi from NZ.
I don't have a Trophy but do have a new Tiger 900 Rally Pro.
I find this forum very useful because so many of the Triumph components are common to both motorcycles.
I have owned a Tiger 800XC a few years ago and recently traded my Tiger 900 GT Pro for the rally.
Over the years have had a range of duel sport bikes. Africa twin 1000, KTM 900, Tenere 660, Trans Alp 650, Africa twin 750, KLR Tengai 650 and a number of smaller trail bikes.
My thanks to the members who have taken the time to put up so much valuable information. 
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On Two Wheels - Bikers Chat / Re: New Triumph products coming to market
« Last post by RedMerle on July 21, 2021, 10:38:58 pm »
Maybe Benelli and CF-Moto may feel differently as well, once they’ve had a few years of trying to sell enough of them to cover their costs.
Besides, with both of them being chain drive, they’ve both fallen at the first hurdle.

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