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post #31 of 67 (permalink) Old 12-18-2012, 04:17 PM
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you bought a new bike?
By the time I'm done buying bits from the LSL catalogue I'll have ein Straße Triple
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will get some pics later this week

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By the time I'm done buying bits from the LSL catalogue I'll have ein Straße Triple
ein sstriple?



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ein sstriple?
More German parts than British
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adjusted them a little lower yesterday and also tried upside down which does not seem easy. come track time in march/april I'll see if i want to tinker some more. right noe it's mostly the clutch lever angle that's the limiting factor for adjusting for me.

riding with the clipons is great, got to know some new muscles in my lower back but all is fine after a couple of days adapting.


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Here's a shot showing full lock with the LSL clipons. Without the instrument relocation bracket I could still apply the steering lock but it was very tight and in some situations the corner of clutch lever would get stuck against the left headlight.



EDIT: To fit the relocation bracket the ignition had to be removed. Triumph in their infinite wisdom used security bolts with heads that snap off. Ended up taking it to a garage and getting someone to drill the bolts out
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Here's a shot showing full lock with the LSL clipons. Without the instrument relocation bracket I could still apply the steering lock but it was very tight and in some situations the corner of clutch lever would get stuck against the left headlight.

EDIT: To fit the relocation bracket the ignition had to be removed. Triumph in their infinite wisdom used security bolts with heads that snap off. Ended up taking it to a garage and getting someone to drill the bolts out
Are those the bolts located at the sides of the bike next to the forks? 4 bolts that hold the headlight/instrument panel? If so, I might have just ruined them :S




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Are those the bolts located at the sides of the bike next to the forks? 4 bolts that hold the headlight/instrument panel? If so, I might have just ruined them :S




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The 4 bolts you're referring to no longer exist on my bike. I have 4 plastic clips holding in a fibreglass plate with a mesh in their place as the headlight is now attached to the forks and the clocks to the top yoke/triple tree

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Here's a shot showing full lock with the LSL clipons.
are these the straight clipons or do they have risers?
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