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To answer the original questions :

Does anyone have the specs for the exact amount of Final drive oil?

Assuming the Service Manual is correct : 0.17 Litres, which is 5.75 US Fluid Ounces.

There is a previous Topic where a Member reports "filling" with 0.24 Litres ! :

Change final drive oil.

Or is it just fill it until it reaches the bottom of the fill hole?

YES ! - If you've drained the Oil so it can be changed for fresh Oil,
there will always be some left inside that doesn't drain out,
so if the total specified was added, it would be over-filled.

The bike should be on level ground, with the rear wheel off the gorund ( such as on the Centre Stand )
and the Oil filled ( or topped up ) until it is level with the bottom of the filler hole.

Cheers  :821:

Lighting, Electrical, and Wiring / Re: Wiring identification
« on: Yesterday at 09:15:49 pm »
Hi Gladiator - Welcome to the Forum !

( You might want to drop by the New Members Section and introduce yourself  :028: )

That looks very much like the Connector for the Purge Valve,
which is only used for some Countries / Markets that have the Evaporative
Control system - for stricter emissions control, such as in California.

The Wiring colours you mention are correct for it to be that.

Where there is no Purge valve, there will just be that female connector,
which should be held in place clipped to the bodywork, in front of the
Rear Suspension Unit, so it probably got dislodged when you removed the Tank.

It would normally be attached in front of the Rear Suspension Unit.

This was discussed quite recently in this Topic :

Empty electrical connector at rear suspension.

Cheers  :821:

Audio, Sat Nav, and Intercom / Re: XM Antenna Plug & Socket ?
« on: Yesterday at 03:17:37 pm »
DAB Radio commenced in the UK around 20 years ago,
and was / is intended as a replacement for Radio Stations on AM and FM Frequencies
which the Government are looking to eventually sell off.

I don't know if it wiill ever be introduced in the US where you have Satellite Radio,
which we don't have over here.

Have a look at this Topic for more information on the Dension DAB Radio Device
that can be integrated with the Trophy Instrument Panel Display :

DAB Digital Radio (UK ) for the Trophy SE

Cheers  :821:

Audio, Sat Nav, and Intercom / Re: XM Antenna Plug & Socket ?
« on: Yesterday at 02:42:01 pm »
It's an antenna for a "DAB" Radio - Digitall Radio in the UK ( and some other Countries ).

Audio, Sat Nav, and Intercom / Re: XM Antenna Plug & Socket ?
« on: Yesterday at 11:13:19 am »
Poor eyesight or not - Triumph UK and Triumph US failed miserably in providing the information.

The best they could come up with was,
"It's part of the Antenna assembly and is not available as a separate part" !

All I need to do now is find a Company in the UK that has them in stock,
so I don't have to pay a fortune to have a couple shipped over from the U.S.

For anyone else that might be interested the Part Number
for the Plug is either GT16GW-1P-ASSY or GT16GW-1P-HUA

Here's an Image of the individual components making up the Plug :

Thanks again,

Audio, Sat Nav, and Intercom / Re: XM Antenna Plug & Socket ?
« on: Yesterday at 09:33:28 am »
Ha ! - Rumbled !

I have my DAB antenna fixed on a steel plate
which has a removable mount onto the Luggage Rack
on top of the Top Box, or the Sliding carriage if not
using the Top Box, which works well, but then there’s
a long cable to the front of the bike and into the Stowage Box.

I’m thinking I could utilise the existing Trophy XM co-ax wire
from the Audio Unit plug - where I could connect the DAB antenna to,
and use a short fly lead from the Trophy XM socket into the Stowage box.

Audio, Sat Nav, and Intercom / Re: XM Antenna Plug & Socket ?
« on: Yesterday at 06:20:54 am »
STJIM - That’s excellent - Thank You so much for this !  :028:  :152:

Cheers  :821:

Audio, Sat Nav, and Intercom / Re: US / Canadian GPS Mount Install
« on: October 26, 2020, 06:46:23 am »
Installation instructions aren’t included with Triumph accessories
as they are available to download from Triumph’s web site.

Alternatively I compiled a list of them
and included Download Links here :

Triumph Accessory Instructions.

I don’t think the instructions will help much with your problem though,
which just say to pass the Cradle and Antenna cables through the “Finisher”
and then attach the assembly to the Instrument Panel Fascia Bracket.

You didn’t say which make and model of Sat Nav you were trying to fit
but these brackets were designed for the Garmin 600 series Sat Nav.

The later 595 Series has a fatter cable harness making it quite tight,
and I would imagine that trying to include the Satellite Radio antenna
cable with a 595 cradle harness would be quite difficult, although on
my own Trophy with a 595 fitted, I have managed to include some
more wires for extra dashboard switches, so it can be done - you have
to push and form the harness wires into the internal curved part
of the bracket so the Finisher can be pushed up high enough for the
assembly to be attached to the Fascia bracket with the 2 small screws.

Hope that helps.  :028:

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