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|01-13-2012, 08:05 AM||#21|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: west houston
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Experience: 10+ years
08 Triumph Rocket III
95 Triumph Thunderbird
96 Triumph Daytona 1200-now Tojo92's toy
95 Triumph Speed Triple
KTM 990 ADV
Intake and exhaust mods I can understand. A good tune based on those mods will transform the bike without the cams. Try going to Triumphrat.net and send a PM to RaginS3 after you get your intake and exhaust done. He has access to TuneECU and can tune your bike on the dyno based on your mods. Have you taken care of your 500 mile service yet?
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|01-13-2012, 08:28 PM||#22|
Join Date: Sep 2011
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Yeah, I'm at about 4500 miles so far as I ride it pretty much every day.
I've averaged about 1k miles a month so far. Really goes to show you how comfortable the bike is. After the first week I was never physically fatigued after long rides for the most part.
I'll start with exhaust and tune, but I know I'll do cams eventually. That chassis can handle more power easily enough.
Anyhow, to the individual who mention the speed triple r, it is quite a bit more expensive still.