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As it says. Anyone got the factory triumph CNC machined front brake reservoir on there speed twin?

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Don't have this one but I've been in touch with MotovationsUSA for what looks like an integrated matter cylinder link add on. Machines obviously. I'll watch this thread and find out more.

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I chose to go with one from Rizoma. It sits a tad lower because of way it the bracket against the bottom of the reservoir. Then I purchased a different Rizoma mounting bracket to lower the reservoir a tad more. If your not familiar with Rizoma, know that their products are top notch

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The CNC machined reservoir from the 675 Daytona is the same.
I picked up an unused one from eBay for ~ half the price of a new one from Triumph.
The Daytona mount is different, but you can reuse the mount that's already on the Speed Twin.
 

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The CNC machined reservoir from the 675 Daytona is the same.
I picked up an unused one from eBay for ~ half the price of a new one from Triumph.
The Daytona mount is different, but you can reuse the mount that's already on the Speed Twin.
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Well spotted sir!
I did exactly the same.
Also fitted Triumph front fork sliders supposedly for the 675 Daytona only (half price again).
This is my first Triumph but there seems to be many genuine Triumph accessories marketed as bike specific only, but in actual fact fit a range of other models perfectly.
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most any reservoir will work if you can fit it. on my traded 2012 i replaced the plastic pee-cup with a smaller-nicer cheap e-bay aluminum one! triumph branded is overpriced like many brand names, your $$ your choice!!
 

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Well spotted sir!
I did exactly the same.
Also fitted Triumph front fork sliders supposedly for the 675 Daytona only (half price again).
This is my first Triumph but there seems to be many genuine Triumph accessories marketed as bike specific only, but in actual fact fit a range of other models perfectly.
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are the part numbers different? Do you remeber what they where and I’ll search eBay.
 

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Um....they are cheaper but buy the time you add postage to Aus from the UK or USA it cost more then the dealer price. Bit of a bummer.
 

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Um....they are cheaper but buy the time you add postage to Aus from the UK or USA it cost more then the dealer price. Bit of a bummer.
It was only supposed to be representative, and give an idea of what fits the Speed Twin.
The best deals can be found on eBay, but sometimes you'll need part numbers, or know what you're looking for visually.
 

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A9628045 is the part number for Speed Twin. You can find this part for less than half list price shipping included on the previously mentioned site. Look for motolifestyle.
 

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I found motolifestyle on eBay but no reservoir unfortunately. Cheap heated grips but already have them.
Was hopeing to save a buck but I’ll just have to grab one sooner rather then later. Iv had two plastic ones in the past hit by objects and cracked to the point they leaked. One completely drained in about two seconds and I had to get a tow.
 

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I found motolifestyle on eBay but no reservoir unfortunately. Cheap heated grips but already have them.
Was hopeing to save a buck but I’ll just have to grab one sooner rather then later. Iv had two plastic ones in the past hit by objects and cracked to the point they leaked. One completely drained in about two seconds and I had to get a tow.
Did you try a search by part number? I was able to see it right away.
 
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