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post #1431 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-19-2018, 08:38 PM
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Here's a video of the lights after I installed them. I'm pretty sure using the strobe mode will get one pulled over real quick and possibly get in a lot of trouble for "impersonating a police officer".

https://youtu.be/ULXtlBF7iLI
Damn love your color combo, looks great. Those lights are cool as hell, I'd probably ride around with them on red all the time.
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post #1432 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-22-2018, 10:39 PM
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My touring mode is ready. Got already this top case from 2010 STR, now my RX has turned into also a RX Touring.


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post #1433 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-22-2018, 11:18 PM
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Got the single headlight conversion buttoned up tonight.
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post #1434 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-24-2018, 09:54 PM
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SC Project Exhaust and Triumph Tail Tidy

I ended up putting on the SC Project exhaust on the bike about a week ago. Today I finally put on the Triumph official tail tidy. Super high quality. In the second picture you can see the part that I ended up bypassing to actually make it tidy. I think Triumph includes it in case people want an upgrade over the stock plastic piece but still be DOT compliant. Which is the reason why this tail tidy also includes places to put up those stupid plastic red reflectors on the side and the bottom of the license plate. I will pull out a dremel and trim them out maybe.

I need to get rid of those turn signals and swap them out for LEDs.
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post #1435 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-28-2018, 04:24 PM
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Unhappy Really random issue.

So I am out for a ride, I've been riding the bake for about 60 miles, and an back with in 10 miles of home.
I notice that the headlight is on full beam (I ride with the "riding lights on" so this should not be possible) and the left indicator is going.
I cannot cancel the indicator. And I cannot indicate right.
And I cannot set the headlight low beam or get the riding lights on.

So I stopped. Turned the the bike off for a minute. Turned it back on, everything seems to boot up OK, but still the headlight is on full beam and the left hand indicator is still going !
So time to call the dealer in the morning.

BTW, the bike went from 7XX miles to 8xx miles while I was out, so an extra 1000 rev to play with. But I am sure this was not the cause.
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post #1436 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-28-2018, 07:00 PM
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I ended up putting on the SC Project exhaust on the bike about a week ago. Today I finally put on the Triumph official tail tidy. Super high quality. In the second picture you can see the part that I ended up bypassing to actually make it tidy. I think Triumph includes it in case people want an upgrade over the stock plastic piece but still be DOT compliant. Which is the reason why this tail tidy also includes places to put up those stupid plastic red reflectors on the side and the bottom of the license plate. I will pull out a dremel and trim them out maybe.

I need to get rid of those turn signals and swap them out for LEDs.
Looks good, man! Did you put anything in place of the passenger pegs?

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Looks good, man! Did you put anything in place of the passenger pegs?
Thanks!

I should probably order the Evotech blank plates at some point. It's not really that visible without any blank plates though. I am kind of lazy and I don't like riding in rain so I might just leave it as it is.

I live in NYC metro area on the NJ side so traffic and roads are not great here. Sometimes I just put the bike in my pick up truck and drive 50 to 100 miles to ride in the twisties. I might just use the Sato hooks in the place of the blank plates. Before anybody judges me for my laziness haha....I absolutely hate riding on the highway. It tires me out mentally, so I do the American thing and just haul my bike to the good riding roads haha...
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So I am out for a ride, I've been riding the bake for about 60 miles, and an back with in 10 miles of home.
I notice that the headlight is on full beam (I ride with the "riding lights on" so this should not be possible) and the left indicator is going.
I cannot cancel the indicator. And I cannot indicate right.
And I cannot set the headlight low beam or get the riding lights on.

So I stopped. Turned the the bike off for a minute. Turned it back on, everything seems to boot up OK, but still the headlight is on full beam and the left hand indicator is still going !
So time to call the dealer in the morning.

BTW, the bike went from 7XX miles to 8xx miles while I was out, so an extra 1000 rev to play with. But I am sure this was not the cause.
There's a recall for they exact issue

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post #1439 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-29-2018, 06:58 AM
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post #1440 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-29-2018, 03:26 PM
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I called the dealer, who contacted triumph and they are replacing the left hand handlebar switch block.
No mention of a recall though.
Just need to wait for the part to arrive.
But also the dealer reports that, under no circumstances should the switch block be opened. Even the dealer is under instrctions that it should not be opened.. It make you wonder what secrets are hidden inside
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