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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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Street Fighter 2000 ST 955i

Hi all,

I semi streetfightered my bike with a small crash yesterday and now am looking at what I need to complete the job..

The bike is a 2000 955i Sprint ST.

I'm looking for any info you guys can offer.

1st up, I need to change the clocks. I haven't looked yet, but can anyone advise if the speedo is mechanical or electric and any recommendations on good replacements.

2nd, Headlamp, what size mounting brackets do I need? Any reccomendations on replacement lamps?

Can anyone advise a good way of hiding all of the cabling from the headlamps and clocks, is there anything on the market to hide this stuff?

The downpipes are scruffy, I'll probably stick some tape on them. Any advice?

The coolant housing sticking out of the side is a bit of an eyesore, can this be relocated or removed?

Mounting options, I need to mount the switch for my heated grips or even replace it, any ideas? I also have an accessory socket that needs replacing with either a standard car or USB type and mounting somewhere...

Ideas, advice all welcome and appreciated.

Thanks
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 04:11 PM
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Hi Darryl.

Try doing a search of "Streetfighter" in the Sprint forum. There is a thread about a 2003 ST, from 2 years ago.

I am on my phone using Tapatalk, so the link came out buggered.


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Speedo is electronic
Get a harness from an 00-01 RS is the best way to go, you can hide all that excess wiring (there isn't as much and relays are not on the frame) and you can use a Sprint RS (or 02-04 S3 or Daytona) speedo cluster which will be plug n play onto the Sprint RS harness

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2000-2001...cAAOSwU1FZ57dG

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TRIUMPH-S...IAAOSwyJVdHzJK

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Triumph-S...4AAOSwbERdUudj

This one (my brother-in-law's) also has Speed Triple Headlights
(the USD Hayabusa forks are not necessary part of the swap )

Not a whole lot you can do with the Coolant plumbing - this one started life as an RS, it might be a little more compact than the ST

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I have a brand new street fighter headlight and some brackets I can post if you like. Came with my bar risers and bars from Nightrain.

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Thanks for the tip on the harness, do you know if it's a relatively simple swap or will there be alot of soldering involved?
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I have a brand new street fighter headlight and some brackets I can post if you like. Came with my bar risers and bars from Nightrain.
Hi, thanks for the offer, it is appreciated. I have some dominators in the garage which will go on for now though.
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Harness would be straight swap - no soldering at all
The major differences are the relays location and the instruments connector.
And your own ECU/engine sub-harness should swap right over (so you don't necessarily need that part)
You might need to physically mount the relays but that shouldn't be a big deal for the bonus of getting them away from the front to the tail section!

(Ignore the first section in top left - that is the 99 model ST - start at Relay Packs 2000 Model-Year)
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Harness would be straight swap - no soldering at all
The major differences are the relays location and the instruments connector.
And your own ECU/engine sub-harness should swap right over (so you don't necessarily need that part)
You might need to physically mount the relays but that shouldn't be a big deal for the bonus of getting them away from the front to the tail section!

(Ignore the first section in top left - that is the 99 model ST - start at Relay Packs 2000 Model-Year)
Would a 2002 harness be the same?

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Would a 2002 harness be the same?
No - that is why I specified 00-01
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No - that is why I specified 00-01
I get that, the reason I ask is because on ebay these looms are listed by sellers as fitting multiple years.. I may have ordered the wrong loom in that case (couldn't find a 2001). I shall find out this weekend.
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