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u/NeedmoarCCs · 2 pointsr/Triumph


But before you clean your bike, go ahead and clean and lube your chain FIRST. Then, give the bike a quick spin for a few miles. That way any excess chain lube doesn't splatter all over your fresh detail job.

Wait for your bike to cool down (20-30 minutes on a 70 degree day)

Then just get a bucket of soapy water, and a sponge or clean soft rag and wipe your bike down. You can pretty much use that for every surface, but start with the painted bits, then move to things like the engine and wheels. After that I usually just wipe it down with another clean rag and some fresh clean water. Then I dry the bike with a chamois. After that I use a product called SC1 to give it that show room sparkle. Follow the directions on the can. It's pretty much just spray the crap all over and let it sit for a few minutes and then wipe it off with a soft clean dry rag.

It's a lot more involved than going to the drive through car wash, but your baby is worth it!

u/aveeight · 1 pointr/Triumph

Other people mentioned the Battery Tender adapter, which is great.

This guy did a great review on some Bonneville upgrades, and the charger set up he did is excellent.

I am pretty sure this would mount on a ST just the same. I use this on a 60 mile round trip commute and its great. Good visibility and it keeps everything charged.

Basically get these:

Arkon Case

Tender Adapter

Battery Tender Harness

And a small piece of velco with glue on it to hold the adapter/cord to your bike when not in use.

Do you really commute 200 miles a day? Or is that just a fun trip you have planned?

u/cr0ft · 2 pointsr/Triumph

Lots of people ignore my advice about LED "bulbs" though, but there is no getting around it being illegal, or that they shine the light in ways that simply aren't compatible with precision-engineered Halogen reflectors. That said, I'm probably a bit overly touchy about this. :)

If you want a more budget friendly way to go, you could probably get a very good result by first getting something like the Eastern Beaver headlight bypass, as you say. This will give you all the voltage your bike is capable of as it's a direct connection to the battery, and that will probably make your bulbs a bit brighter. A bulb that does 1000 lumens at 12.8 volt will do 1400 at 14+ volts. You're not likely to see that dramatic a drop, but every .1 of a volt is more brightness.

You almost certainly want this one, that wires under the tank:

I have a single H4-variant of his relays on my bike, even though it has a LED. May as well offload the keyswitch as much as possible.

It's also a fact that Triumph stock reflectors are often cheap trash. The Rocket with dual headlights has famously horrid lights, same for the Speed Triple with the dual rounds. I have no reason to doubt you have the same problem... Fortunately, reflectors alone are pretty inexpensive. - ECE approval only though, so technically also illegal in the US, though they won't blind people, the ECE standard is pretty stringent. But you can get two of those for $90 or so off Amazon.

Cibie also makes good 5.75 inch / 135 mm ones if you can find some.

u/SpadeEpiphany · 4 pointsr/Triumph

The original post found here.
Original post's bag here.
The bag I used here here.

While I was looking for the least expensive version of this bag, I came across a different version of the bag that seemed to work better towards this purpose. The big difference being that the top strap on the bag I used comes off and doesn't have any brass buckling. It has 4 loops (two on the top and bottom) on the back of the bag, which made super quick work with 4 zip ties.

Also, the leg buckle it came with added perfect as a seat strap. Loving the look of having both of them on there.

u/-fuck-off-loser- · 3 pointsr/Triumph

Have not done it myself yet, but planning on doing the same to my scrambler, air box removal/new pipes. Look around on the triumph rat forums. Tune your ecu with this and from what ive found on those forums its pretty easy. Some dudes have posted the ecu map. Or there are links to websites that have different maps.

This might help too

u/hondabuilder · 2 pointsr/Triumph

I actually did not know that the ECU was unlocked and able to be tuned, that post was news to me. Whenever we did a triumph we sent it to the shop next door to be mapped, We never bothered to ask what they were using to do it.

but a little bit of google-fu and I found some useful info, hope this helps. I'm definitely going to be experimenting with this software as well

u/jamesinVT · 1 pointr/Triumph

Here's the link. I love it. Mens Vintage Canvas Shoulder Military Messenger Bag Sling School Bags Chest Military Leather Patchwork Messenger Bag(Khaki)- Great Christmas Birthday Gift for Families and Friends

u/MichiganAce · 1 pointr/Triumph

I have had pretty good luck with Blue-Job, works on blueing and burnt on garbage. Dont bother using it by hand, get a 1/4 sheet sander and put the cloth right in there.

u/aDDnTN · 3 pointsr/Triumph

when you buy a battery tender it will come with a lead for connecting to the battery, as well as a lead that has battery clamps/clips on it for temporary charging.

this "lead" has two wires on one end and a fitting like the USB adapter in /u/afeagle1021's post (except it is the MIRROR IMAGE of that fitting). The two wires will go on your battery terminals (aka posts) via loops installed on their ends that go around the battery terminal screws, where you bike's electrical system makes it's contact with the battery.

there is an indicator for polarity on at least one of the wires, make sure it is attached to the corresponding battery terminal. then you plug your bike into the tender overnight and plug the usb adapter in when you need to power your phone when you are riding.

you might need to get creative about how you run your usb cable if you want it secured and out of the way.

Link to lead sold without tender

Link to Battery Tender Jr.

u/yakimushi · 1 pointr/Triumph

I picked up this on Amazon for my Street Triple, it fits really well and is pretty nice quality (sport size):

u/fuckitchesgetcream · 2 pointsr/Triumph

Funlove 5.75 Inch Black Led Headlights For Triumph Rocket iii 3 & Speed Triple & Street Triple & Thunderbird

The only thing I had to do was get longer screws for the retainer rings, because they are a little tight. Other than that it's plug&play!!! Had them about 6 months now and they are wonderful!

u/twopeasinapoo · 2 pointsr/Triumph

Hmmm... interesting. I've been using Castrol 10w-40 full synthetic motorcycle oil since i've owned it. This one, right? My oil levels look fine and everything too, though I've heard controversy over the dipsticks in my model? Maybe I should try and add some extra oil to see if it stops it? I don't want to overfill but I also don't want it to be under filled. If it's not the oil, what else could it be?

For the SAI system, are there any drawbacks to bypassing it? Do you have a guide to show how to remove these things and what parts I would need? Thanks for the reply!

u/blumpkinowski · 1 pointr/Triumph

I bought those exact ones and I hated them honestly. The mirrors were not convex enough and were hard to adjust perfectly. I traded them back in and got these .
Cheap and they work great

u/Reamofqtips · 2 pointsr/Triumph

I got these for cheap on my Speed Triple, just used the original hardware from the bar end caps. Going on 6k miles and they're holding up great.

u/remembertosmilebot · 1 pointr/Triumph

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u/spike_africa · 4 pointsr/Triumph

I wouldn't even buy one. That flat spot between the turn signals/tail lights, is perfect for mounting a universal plate holder. Just cut and trim the plastic up to and around that. Then bolt a plate holder onto that like this one. And done.

u/the_implication55 · 3 pointsr/Triumph

Got it from Amazon, super cheap but decent quality (esp considering the price):
vintage crafts Genuine Goat Leather Messenger Satchel Motorcycle Tool Bag Brown Handlebar Sissy bar Travel Bag Saddlebags Panniers

u/Jdcampbell · 1 pointr/Triumph

When I did it I unscrewed the caps at the end of the stock handle bard and put these on with screw of the same treading and some washers. Really easy to install and inexpensive. $16 Bar End Mirror

Plus a photo of them on my bike for reference. Had them for about a year.

u/yeahthatguyagain · 1 pointr/Triumph

This is the right answer. You can find posts on this sub that show what they look like.

u/Bonneville865 · 3 pointsr/Triumph

I use this one:

But this one would probably also do the trick:

Should be able to find them at your local auto parts store, or even Walmart or someplace like that.

u/megustageoff · 2 pointsr/Triumph

You really can't go wrong with the [VW Exhaust Tips.]

Costs about $35 for the tips plus you'll need to remap your ECU which if you use TuneECU (free software) and an OBDII cable off Amazon it should only be $20 more to remap the ECU yourself. So all in all about $50 for a much louder exhaust which in my opinion looks waaaay better than the stock setup. I'll see if I can link pictures later.

Edit: Here's the link:

u/GSShenanigans · 1 pointr/Triumph

You are correct, it needs to be a FTDi chipset I have this one

u/2ofSorts · 2 pointsr/Triumph

A walmart bicycle cup holder that uses Velcro straps to hold on to the frame. I have another one on the other side that is holding a 750mL bottle of emergency fuel.

They have it on amazon as well

u/jdgsr · 1 pointr/Triumph

These are the ones I'm using, they come with the right sized screw that goes right into the end of the bar without any adapters or weird stuff.
Bar End Mirrors

EvoTech Tail Tidy