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Triumph SuperSports Triumph Four-Cylinder Enthusists: TT600, Speed4, and Daytona 600/650

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Old 01-14-2010, 12:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anybody of any sites that sell crash protection equipment for triumphs. I have a 2005 D650 and i'm looking a crash cage and 12'oclock bar or just possibly frame sliders if anything. There seems to be a large market for japanese bikes (gxr and cbr) but i'm having trouble finding equipment specifically designed for the d650.
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Old 01-14-2010, 03:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Does anybody of any sites that sell crash protection equipment for triumphs. I have a 2005 D650 and i'm looking a crash cage and 12'oclock bar or just possibly frame sliders if anything. There seems to be a large market for japanese bikes (gxr and cbr) but i'm having trouble finding equipment specifically designed for the d650.
Skyking sells some TT600/D600/D650 frame sliders. Not sure about crash cages or 12 o'clocks, you might need to go custom made for those.
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R&G make bungs for the TT600. They are the same bike apart from the fairings and injectors. On the TT600 you have to cut holes for the frame bungs.

They make frame, bar end, fork and (I think) rear spindle sliders.
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I have the skykings and have tested them 3 times now and they work well. frame and subframe have suffered 0 damage as confirmed by computrack

can't say the same for plastics though
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Okay, thanks. I"ll check those guys out.
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