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Girlie Charging Woes / Re: Installation of the new SH847 Reg./Rec
« Last post by HockleyBoy on February 12, 2019, 11:40:13 AM »
If you use the Triumph lead you just need the RegRec form Roadster not the whole kit as far as I can remember. The Triumph lead makes it plug and play.
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Girlie Charging Woes / Re: Installation of the new SH847 Reg./Rec
« Last post by Alan Brown on February 12, 2019, 02:46:00 AM »
Well after a bit if research have decided to go with replacing the Rectifier on my 2006 Tiger 955i with Shindengen SH847 kit (Jack @  RoadsterCycle.com) also looking at a Triumph T3 Link Lead  T2500676.

Can anyone out there advise if the Triumph T3 Link Lead  T2500676 will be required or can I do without.

Thanks in Advance  :wheel
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ECU and Fuel Injection / Re: ECU Checked
« Last post by Chris Canning on January 27, 2019, 07:33:29 PM »
Oh yea right marginally further than the plug on wall!!!

Biggest hassle is old style (with loads more info) of the old screen shot as opposed to what you get when you down the app odd google play.
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ECU and Fuel Injection / Re: ECU Checked
« Last post by Timbox2 on January 26, 2019, 05:50:38 PM »
Popped round to Chris this afternoon and had my bikes ecu map checked and it is running the 10121 TOR map, at least I know its the correct map and not running a brazil only or sprint map like some of the lads on here have come across, ive got it running sweet now (as sweet as an old triumph can run), so im gonna stick to the golden rule and leave well alone!!!! ill grease the rear shock pivots and change the plastic female fuel connectors and maybe throw in a 19t front sprocket and that should be me sorted for a while :wings

Ahh yes, Birmingham Tune ECU HQ.   :icon_lol:   Yep, I would, (Leave well alone). But get them fuel connectors done asap, ticking bomb
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ECU and Fuel Injection / ECU Checked
« Last post by Bostedsprocket on January 26, 2019, 04:47:09 PM »
Popped round to Chris this afternoon and had my bikes ecu map checked and it is running the 10121 TOR map, at least I know its the correct map and not running a brazil only or sprint map like some of the lads on here have come across, ive got it running sweet now (as sweet as an old triumph can run), so im gonna stick to the golden rule and leave well alone!!!! ill grease the rear shock pivots and change the plastic female fuel connectors and maybe throw in a 19t front sprocket and that should be me sorted for a while :wings
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Chassis & Suspension / Re: Rear suspension lower shock mount greasing.
« Last post by Timbox2 on January 26, 2019, 10:12:31 AM »
Mine was an absolute C"!""£, not helped by having a knackered Hagon shock on it with the brass bush!!!!! that had seized solid to the pin.
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Chassis & Suspension / Re: Rear suspension lower shock mount greasing.
« Last post by Chris Canning on January 25, 2019, 08:27:23 PM »
Oh shit better change address  :icon_lol:

On a serious note do it on a regular basis it’s money for old rope if it hasn’t been out for 10 years another ball game,but after the bolt is taken out drifting the pin out is just down to using the right size if I remember used along 1/2” extension bar and turned round it it fitted perfect oh and big F off hammer.

Man of you talents easy peezy  :icon_biggrin:
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Chassis & Suspension / Re: Rear suspension lower shock mount greasing.
« Last post by Bostedsprocket on January 25, 2019, 07:18:06 PM »
Rubber bung out the swing arm and use a 3/8 extension with a knuckle joint and socket,go in the other side with a torque undo the bolt and tap the pin out.
Easy as that? i know where to come when i want mine doing!!!lol.
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Speaking Of Bikes... / Re: Cracked top box
« Last post by Lee337 on January 25, 2019, 12:21:00 PM »
The base broke away from where it was fixed to the base plate, so I lost the topbox & contents somewhere.

Does it happen often? Hard to say, it only happened once to me, but I've heard it happening to others when they put too much weight in their boxes.

I will admit to having a bike chain & lock in mine when I lost it, so it was probably overloaded anyway.
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Speaking Of Bikes... / Re: Cracked top box
« Last post by Grizzle on January 24, 2019, 03:07:42 PM »
Once you've repaired it, be careful what you put in it. I had one disappear off the back of the bike a few years ago with only a couple of kilo in it.

What do you mean 'disappeared'? Broke off? Does this happen often?
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