Triumph Scrambler

Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by danger_dave, May 29, 2006.

  1. gseur

    gseur Been here awhile

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    +1
  2. JoHS

    JoHS Adventurer

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    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. :rofl
  3. gumpt100

    gumpt100 Adventurer

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    The 'scared meercat look' is gone! (That comment really cracked me up!:D)

    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.

    [​IMG]
  4. Extreme scrambler

    Extreme scrambler Adventurer

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    I can't wait for the front fender to come back from paint!!
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  5. Mastodon

    Mastodon Mother F'n Dinosaur

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    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.
  6. Maxacceleration

    Maxacceleration Off the grid

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    Spot on gumpt! Much better. Fine looking bike - I like the fact that you're not doing the desert sled thing. :thumb

    Extreme scrambler your bike is looking pretty nasty too. :thumb

    Jeez, I need to go fark on my Scrambler!
  7. Goat_locker

    Goat_locker Been here awhile

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    Looking good! Just need some off-road tires to complete the look.

    How long are your rear shocks?
  8. Extreme scrambler

    Extreme scrambler Adventurer

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    I use 435mm shocks and lengthened the swingarm 49mm
  9. Prutser

    Prutser Long timer

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    :poser:poser:thumb

    He just took them off :D
  10. rous44

    rous44 Long timer

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    +1. !!!





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  11. Sam il Cinghio

    Sam il Cinghio dirty noob

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    Ciao TStorm,
    do you know this?
    http://www.electrosport.com/media/pdf/fault-finding-diagram.pdf

    I hope it helps you.
  12. 081 Scrambler

    081 Scrambler Adventurer

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    [​IMG]

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    my toy :1drink
  13. Extreme scrambler

    Extreme scrambler Adventurer

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    :clap great bike :clap
  14. Sam il Cinghio

    Sam il Cinghio dirty noob

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    Sempre bella Marie' ;)
  15. 081 Scrambler

    081 Scrambler Adventurer

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    :thumb
  16. alpina-uk

    alpina-uk Adventurer

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    scrambler, thruxton and Bonneville 3.5x17 5.0x17 combo available at end of April

    same price as stock Alpina tubeless :clap
  17. DustyRoads

    DustyRoads n00b

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    To the potential buyer now in Afganistan. Triumph offers a military discount. I'm not sure of the amount.
  18. Sam il Cinghio

    Sam il Cinghio dirty noob

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    it is the STS kit (OEM hubs) or a new kit with new hubs?
  19. alpina-uk

    alpina-uk Adventurer

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    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
  20. Sam il Cinghio

    Sam il Cinghio dirty noob

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    :super