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Old 09-20-2012, 10:32 AM   #61 (permalink)
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Motion Pro Armor Coat Braided Stainless Steel Cable Speedometer Cable - 62-0363
Made for 1997-2000 Honda GL1500CT Valkyrie Tour and other Honda models
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Fits perfectly on Speedmasters and Americas

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Old 09-26-2012, 09:30 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Old 10-25-2012, 09:55 PM   #63 (permalink)
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does anyone know if any other makes of rear sprocket will fit on a speedmaster? I have an 07. I called my triumph dealer and they said that they used the same sprocket as the bonneville, but the one sent to me by a aftermarket retailer is no where near to a close fit.
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Old 12-12-2012, 11:42 AM   #64 (permalink)
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I have seen several comments about really loud "stock" pipes on some Americas. I have a 2011 and they are anything but loud. Can anybody give me an idea as to volume of stock vs. Triumph short pipes &/or aftermarket. 1= whisper - 5= ear bursting
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Old 01-02-2013, 01:04 AM   #65 (permalink)
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I have 19" turn outs on my 07 Speedmaster and they're loud, about a 4 on your scale but they sound good. I have the kit to remove the Air Induction system which is supposed to cure the back firing on deceleration and prevent your pipes from turning blue. Now I just need time to install the kit on my bike before Spring gets here. I bought the AI removal kit from sales@newbonneville.com and it's a fine quality piece of work.
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:28 AM   #66 (permalink)
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I have 19" turn outs on my 07 Speedmaster and they're loud, about a 4 on your scale but they sound good. I have the kit to remove the Air Induction system which is supposed to cure the back firing on deceleration and prevent your pipes from turning blue. Now I just need time to install the kit on my bike before Spring gets here. I bought the AI removal kit from sales@newbonneville.com and it's a fine quality piece of work.
Thanx Dixiecop, I'm not sure about the Air Induction issue. Is your Speedy Carbourated of EFI? Blued pipes seems to be a Triumph thing going way back.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:24 AM   #67 (permalink)
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Thanx Dixiecop, I'm not sure about the Air Induction issue. Is your Speedy Carbourated of EFI? Blued pipes seems to be a Triumph thing going way back.
Fortunately my 07 Speedy has carburettors.

I'm old school and while I can work on carbs, fuel injection is beyond my level of expertise. My bike has 5100 miles on it and the pipes haven't yet begun to turn blue. Hopefully my removal of the air induction system will prolong their beauty a bit longer. I know that it will make changing the spark plugs much simpler and clean up under the tank by removing all of that EPA mandated garbage.
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Old 03-22-2013, 12:02 PM   #68 (permalink)
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Just installed a Memphis Fats shield onto my wife's 2012 Speedmaster and it is a perfect fit. We got the 13" model as the wife is rather short but any Fats model will work.

The Trigger Lock Mounting kit that you need is the 2321-0042 which fits 41mm fork tubes. An example from the Memphis Shades application chart would be a Honda VT750DC Shadow Spirit.

The spacing on the mounts is perfect right out of the box. No shims or spacers required.

NOTE: This fits the 2011+ Speedmaster only. These models do not have the fork shrouds.




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Old 03-23-2013, 10:13 AM   #69 (permalink)
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Just installed a Memphis Fats shield onto my wife's 2012 Speedmaster and it is a perfect fit. We got the 13" model as the wife is rather short but any Fats model will work.

The Trigger Lock Mounting kit that you need is the 2321-0042 which fits 41mm fork tubes. An example from the Memphis Shades application chart would be a Honda VT750DC Shadow Spirit.

The spacing on the mounts is perfect right out of the box. No shims or spacers required.

NOTE: This fits the 2011+ Speedmaster only. These models do not have the fork shrouds.



I'm having a difficult time finding a windscreen for my 2007 SpeedMaster due to the fork shrouds and the flat bars. Do you have any idea as to what Memphis Shades or any other screen for that matter will fit my bike???

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Old 03-25-2013, 09:06 AM   #70 (permalink)
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I'm having a difficult time finding a windscreen for my 2007 SpeedMaster due to the fork shrouds and the flat bars. Do you have any idea as to what Memphis Shades or any other screen for that matter will fit my bike???

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Sorry, I'm not much help on this one. The key, I guess, would be knowing what the diameter of the upper fork shrouds are and then finding another bike with the similar dimensions. (EDIT: I see where Rivco states that the diameter is 70mm)

Without the shrouds (which I understand that you can remove them), the fork is 41mm which matches the Honda Shadow Spirit VT750DC.

There's another posting somewhere where the owner had fitted a National Cycle Quick Release kit.

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