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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by danger_dave, May 29, 2006.
THAT'S proper adventure riding!
So there was this
Then one beer later there was this
one more beer and I got this
And I refuse to put baffle in :x
And bike is now 18lbs lighter
Beer and pizza, what a great way to end a day of riding with friends!
That's two of the four major food groups right there!
I shit you not, it took me nearly twenty times for the "erase codes" function to work completely when I uploaded my TTP tune via tune ecu. Keep at it. The light will clear on the indicator while youre still hooked up.
A guy can only eat so many fire roasted hot dogs before he goes crazy...happy to report the pies stayed dry through two river crossings on the way back to camp
hard to call Dominos pizza really...but hot damn did they feed a dozen of us for ~$40!
Anyone else have trouble finding neutral when the bike is warm or hot? If I come to a stop in gear then try to find neutral, it's super-easy when the bike is cold but as it warms up it becomes harder and harder to get into gear. When the bike is toasty warm sitting in traffic it takes a special boot down from second gear to get into neutral. A pull up from first will always overshoot due to the pressure needed to move the shift lever.
Clutch lever is adjusted per factory spec. Tried adding more slop than spec, less slop, no change in behavior.
Does it when filled with Rotella T6, like now, or Amsoil 10w/40 motorcycle oil.
Stick to the factory recommended oil since the Scram has a wet clutch. I've never had a problem finding neutral hot/cold using Mobil 1 Racing 4T 10w-40.
I've had my scrambler for about 3 months now and I have the same issues. Its not the best gearbox in the world. I thought it would get better with more miles on but no change apart from I have got used to it more but its still a pain.
I've got the same issue on mine, 2000 miles or so....
Good to know. I'll keep at it. Thanks for the reply.
Love it! My mates and I will be doing a trip like that on California's Lost Coast next weekend. Two nights riding an camping up to Fort Bragg. My Throwback brother rides a 2008 Scram. I'll be on my 1978 Yambler (counterfeit!)
Keep the Faith!
Changed my stock 17t sprocket to a 18t and the results are fantastic. Definitely makes better use of the power upgrades and makes hitting the ton up mark easier. Will make highway rides easier here in Colorado with speed limits of 75 which means 80-85. I also need to get a 16t for the planned dirt mountain passes I plan on doing in the near future. Does anyone have any input on the 16t?
I rode to Hurricane Ridge in northwest Washington state this afternoon.
Very nice. I chickened out and had mine installed at the dealer. Scrambler without Arrow is just not the same for me.
I replaced OEM lights with BC retro lights this weekend. Very happy witht the result.
Outstanding photo. Would make a stunning poster.
Where might I gain some knowledge on this tool
Ready a few posts ago that it is a useful ECU diagnostic and tuning tool for FI equipped Triumphs
Thanks and regards
I went out riding with Tom Niemela yesterday and he took this photo