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Old 08-11-2011, 01:59 PM   #7907
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My statements do Not contradict each other. I am simply stating that how the bike is being ridden may indeed be what is causing/exposing the issue that needs to be addressed. Are you two that inept that you can’t understand that?


F.I. Mapping with all its sensors can be a bit finicky. In a perfect world it would work flawlessly for all riders. It rarely works out that was however. How a bike is riiden can and does expose flaws. Triumph will get it sorted out.... And they are not the first moto co. to run into this problem.
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