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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: @RastaRacing link pipe
« Last post by Tripler on Today at 12:57:32 am »
 :028: :062: :152: :821: :763:
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Rear Sets - Lightech *NEW*
« Last post by Dodge072 on Yesterday at 04:00:51 pm »
Hi Jay, sorry for the delayed response.
Yes I purchased these online from Reactive Parts (hemel Hempstead)

Before I began fitting the new rearsets, I took some quick baseline measurements of the OEM foot pegs from the subframe bolt under the seat.
Approx 36cms. Can confirm the 1st position on the top tier is a match (check pic for yellow dot) .
Next I measured the distance from heel lever/selector approx 13-15mm.

Brakeside is easy as the brake pedal/lever slides left to right for refined adjustment.

Shift side will require a bit more trial and error
You will see that the gear selector is mounted to the side stand. But there is room for adjustment, so should be able to mirror your existing set up.
I'm planning to do this myself after I've swapped out the kit supplied 120mm shift rod for a 150mm, then do some fine adjusting once the weather starts to warm up.

Will put up a full review once I've used them in anger.

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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: @RastaRacing link pipe
« Last post by RastaRacing on Yesterday at 02:53:50 pm »
The heat shield stays now.

Watch. The install video on YouTube.
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If I just want to replace the middle running light and do the headlights later, can I get to the light from the outside?
Or do I need to take off the fairing to get to all 3?
thanks.
need to get the shop manual....
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: @RastaRacing link pipe
« Last post by Tripler on Yesterday at 02:16:20 pm »
damn, look at the size of that breadbox!  a clever fellow could figure out a way to remount that blackbox for storing secret stuff!

this'll save me the same as the 10lbs I just lost!  [feeling for you big boys that have to carry more on board than my 170lbs!]
looking forward to getting that replaced.  too bad the black cover goes off with it, though.

*Originally Posted by RastaRacing [+]

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just noticed this part of the H7 bulbs' description, WTF?!  :187: :745:
"Whole aviation aluminum body, unique hollow-carved heat sink design and 1,2000RPM turbo cool fan provide super cooling ability"
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wonderful finds!  thank for sharing.  :062: :821:
have been busy with so many things, so I haven't been here in a long while.  logged on yesterday for two reasons, buy a pipe from RastaRacing and see if anyone knew of a better bulb for my burned out center running light.
minutes later, both issues solved with orders placed!

whatta forum!

btw, took my Moto2 to Virginia International Raceway last fall.  had suspension adjusted by a pro technician.  loving this bike sooo much.  what is so amazing is that with all its track prowess, it is still comfy for the street!  Triumph engineering has spoiled me.  Would love to add a Thruxton S to the stable!
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: 2023 Suspension Upgrade
« Last post by Tripler on Yesterday at 01:40:58 pm »
oh no! "for at least the first couple of track days so I'll be riding my Tuono V4F and the Ninja 400."  horrible  :745:

I wonder how many of us have others.  maybe a majority?
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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Re: Daytona 765 on Track
« Last post by conradical on February 04, 2023, 08:40:40 pm »
Got it, thank you both for the guidance.

I'll share some of my own track experiences with the forum this season and hope to learn more.
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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Re: Daytona 765 on Track
« Last post by Far Canal on February 04, 2023, 08:06:21 am »
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