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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-11-2012, 06:27 PM
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-11-2012, 09:06 PM
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I am just coming up to 100,000 km on my 02 Sprint st , one stator rewind and normal maintenance, and of course tyres and batteries etc, so I can recommend the late model 955 engines and I assume the 1050 is a better engine .
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Agree with snoops

I do 1200 km a week just to and from work. Good Oil and Maintenance is the key I got 1.2mil out of my K75 and my K12 has 350,000 km but reqires cam chain and clutch thats why I bought the Sprint RS with 36,000 on it. Love the Trumpy and the ease of maintenance. All I can say is happy riding
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My last Sprint ST did 76,000kms of very hard riding and frequently fast two up in the local hills.

It still looked like new, ran like a top and started first time every time.

+2 to the regular oil changes and maintenance.

I ran semi synthetic as I do in my current Triumph triples
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High mileage is great - so long as the owner didn't have a long hiatus with no one riding the bike...it's neglect that kills them, not miles.

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My 955 Sprint has 80,000 km`s on it, which is 50,000 miles, it runs like a watch, compression is good on all cylinders and it doesn`t burn any oil. The suspension is a bit tired, I changed the fork seals (one was weeping) and put new fork oil in which seems to have sorted the front and I intend to get the rear shock rebuilt soon, which is only $120 from Radshock in Brisbane.

She said, "You can`t take ANYTHING seriously, can you?" I just laughed.

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