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there are wires going to the brake light and the ecu. if it is connected incorrectly or not connected, the brake light will not work, and shifting from gear 5 to 6 will not work with Quickshifter. the motorcycle only drives a little over 200km/h If the switch is not connected, the ECU thinks the brake is applied and takes it off because you don't accelerate at the same time as you brake
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For Sale / Wanted / Re: Moto 2 OEM Fairings Wanted
« Last post by Moto2_761 on Today at 04:25:56 am »
I just took mine off the bike,
1000KM on them and ming.
PM me and make an offer.
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Here are some pics of the CNC Fairings.



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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Rear brake light switch wires
« Last post by Dodge072 on Yesterday at 11:24:24 pm »
Hi there,
Purchased a set of Lightech R version Adjustable Rearsets.
Like most aftermarket rearsets this means I have to replace the mechanical switch for a banjo bolt pressure switch.
Splicing two wires sounds pretty straightforward, however when I unplugged the moto 2 from its housing to my surprise there are 4 wires.
I should of took a picture before putting eveything back.
But if memory serves there were 4 wires (three white and one blue)
Anybody out there had to do a similar job and still retain a working rear brake light?

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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: version up
« Last post by Benisuzume on October 01, 2022, 07:03:53 pm »
今日わ、たけさん!

すごいですね!本当に美しいです!
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Triumph OEM Accessories
« Last post by AvGies on September 30, 2022, 03:27:50 pm »
*Originally Posted by Zeitgeist [+]
Hi Manxkiwi

Im specifically looking for the adjustable rearsets Triumph Daytona (A9770044) or Street Triple (A9770046)



If you have this, please DM me

Kind Regards
If there is anyone who has a set like this for sale, please let me know I'm also interested. :037:
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Maintenance and Servicing / Re: Moto 2 fairing removal & fitting
« Last post by AvGies on September 30, 2022, 08:49:46 am »
*Originally Posted by Tduc88 [+]
Do you mean the plastic screws with anchors that hold the front inner valences by the radiator?  These are really no good.  You can turn and turn them (with light pressure) and they won't come out.  You have to put a thin flat object or small knife under the flange of the head of the screw and slightly wedge it up while turning counter clockwise to get the screw to catch in the "threads" of the anchor.  Then, when the screw is about 1/4 inch out you can pull out the anchor.               

Better versions are available at an auto supply.

I removed these screws by inserting a Parker screw and then pulling them out. :028:
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Triumph OEM Accessories
« Last post by Manxkiwi on September 29, 2022, 10:58:21 pm »
No problem, mine are the Daytona ones..
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Maintenance and Servicing / Re: 2nd yearly service
« Last post by Sordo on September 29, 2022, 10:17:10 pm »
As Far Canal said, brake fluid pulls moisture out of the air. it becomes problematic when the brake is hot and the water in the brake fluid starts to boil as a result, vapor bubbles form and thus air bubbles, which can lead to brake failure. change every 2 years during normal street use, change after 6 track days when used on the race track
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Triumph OEM Accessories
« Last post by Sordo on September 29, 2022, 10:06:49 pm »
the street triple system has a different size for the exhaust
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