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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by danger_dave, May 29, 2006.
Hi all. I need a vacation to read this thread. Love your mods. It's been years since the last time I was into this forum.
After sitting on the scrambler fence for some time, it was last years Rumble that got me hooked. I found a khaki green efi version in Germany that I'm picking up in two weeks. Yeah, I know it's made in asia, and no, I don't mind.
The 'scared meercat look' is gone! (That comment really cracked me up!)
I managed to lower the speedo and headlight by 2", I think it looks a lot better now.
Scaredofthedirt, chassmash, and gsuer, thanks for leading me in the right direction.
I can't wait for the front fender to come back from paint!!
Well seems like my electrical problems continue. Replacing the stock regulator with a MOSFET did nothing for me. Still've been having the occasional (more often than not) starting problems, and today things got worse.
A beautiful day out, I put the bike on the charger for a half hour, so it'd start with ease. Started fine and I hopped on to head into downtown DC for the cherry blossoms. 7.6 miles later, the bike died, while in motion no less. I managed to coast to a stop along the side of the road.
I've got a friend coming by with jumper cables in a few, who will then follow me home.
Spot on gumpt! Much better. Fine looking bike - I like the fact that you're not doing the desert sled thing.
Extreme scrambler your bike is looking pretty nasty too.
Jeez, I need to go fark on my Scrambler!
Looking good! Just need some off-road tires to complete the look.
How long are your rear shocks?
I use 435mm shocks and lengthened the swingarm 49mm
He just took them off
do you know this?
I hope it helps you.
Sempre bella Marie'
scrambler, thruxton and Bonneville 3.5x17 5.0x17 combo available at end of April
same price as stock Alpina tubeless
To the potential buyer now in Afganistan. Triumph offers a military discount. I'm not sure of the amount.
it is the STS kit (OEM hubs) or a new kit with new hubs?
Full alpinas built with Billet Kite hubs
Rims from 7075 anodized aluminum, high strength
Kite hub from solid block of aluminum (6082-T6) machined (CNC) and black anodized
cold forged spokes made of high strength carbon steel, double tapered and zinc-nickel, silver or black
Steel nipples in black, silver or chrome