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Lighting, Electrical, and Wiring / Re: Engine won't start
« on: Yesterday at 06:19:15 PM »
Hi Miggel,

Thanks for the update, and you're welcome !

Good to hear that your Dealer found the proibem, and you're back on the road again !  :028:

Cheers  :821:

New Members / Re: Hello from Idaho
« on: Yesterday at 06:16:54 PM »
Hi Maturant and :400: to the Club !

Triumph Trophy - General Chat / Re: I still own mine
« on: February 18, 2019, 08:00:33 PM »
GaryWWhite :

Rather than derail this Topic further,
I have replied to your question about
the tread depth of a new tyre tire
in your other Post, here :

Tire mileage

Cheers  :821:

Tyres and Wheels / Re: Tire Mileage
« on: February 18, 2019, 07:55:13 PM »
Hi Gary, hope you're keeping well.

As no-one has answered your question
about the tread depth of a new tyre,
I took the liberty of sending an email
to Pirelli, asking about the Angel ST’s fitted
as Standard to many Trophies, here is the answer :

Front-120/70ZR17M/CTL (58W)
Angel ST- 4.5mm- New tread-
Product code-1868400

Rear-190/55ZR17M/CTL (75W)
Angel ST-6.9mm-New tread-
Product code-2068800

Cheers  :821:


I'm making a presumption that you have the Trumph / DataTool S4 alarm system?

If so, then DataTool do advise to use a Battery Tender.

Page 9 of the User Guide :

All alarm systems use a small amount of current during operation
and we advise if the machine is to be left for an extended period in the armed state,
it is left connected to a float charger suitable for maintaining the condition
of the battery without damaging it ......

The S4 Alarm has a voltage sensing feature, that adapts the operation of the alarm
with a 3 level Sleep mode, when it senses the Motorocycle battery voltage dropping. 
This is also described on Page 9 of the USer Guide.

There is also the ability with this Alarm to put it into "Winter Mode",
where only the Immobiliser Function iactive, without the Alarm function being set,
to draw the minimum amount of current :

Entering ‘Winter’ mode.
From the disarmed state, press both buttons on the transmitter for 10 seconds
with the ignition ON until you hear a beep, after the ignition is switched OFF the
alarm unit will go into winter sleep mode.  The unit will now be completely
shut down leaving the machine immobilised and current usage below 250µA.

Exiting ‘Winter’ mode.
To re-activate the alarm system the ignition has to be switched ON
and the alarm will give a series of increasing rate beeps which last for 5 seconds.
Within this time press the GREY button on the remote control or the alarm system will trigger.

Cheers  :821:

Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical issues / Re: Not good
« on: February 16, 2019, 07:45:19 PM »
Hopefully it is just a little surface corrosion that will clean up as described,
and at least it's not in a location that will affect the Fork Seals.

Looking at the exploded drawing on the World of Triumph web site here :

TROPHY 1215 SE - Front Forks & Yokes

... it looks like Part 5 / 6 - "Innertube Inc. Axle Clamp" ( Left or Right side )
can be purchased separately. ( Ł360.50  :005: )

Stripping the old one down and rebuilding with the new part is likely to be challenging !
( Section 8.22 of the Service Manual ).

Grubloon :

Sending you a PM  :028:

Triumph Trophy - General Chat / Re: Color change
« on: February 15, 2019, 08:14:02 PM »
Sorry, but that colour is HAWK Black, not Phantom Black !  :153:

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