As wenzel said. They are the same as used in certain ducatis. I have done a bit to my bonnie and slippage became an issue. Change is fairly easy wait till an oil change makes life simple. If you remove discs make sure they align, dont need the tool, but if they bind then you will be stripping down and new gasket.
My motor is 99% stock, with only some airbox and exhaust changes, and I had clutch slippage under some circumstances, e.g. passenger on back and starting uphill from a full stop. The Barnett green springs took care of it, no regrets.
I think that the Barnett springs should have been OEM instead of the springs that Triumph put in. The clutch pull will be slightly stiffer, but it's not a big difference.
In my useless opinion, Barnett green springs, a MOSFET regulator-rectifier, and the TTP Safe-Start are three things that every owner should seriously consider installing, right at the top of the list with Allen-head carburetor screws.
Maybe not too many head too heads. But the green springs have never let me down. As I said they came from ducati which are known for gobs of torque. Mind dont think Barnett would produce some thing not up to scratch.
I was wondering the exact same thing Achtungoctane.
My Bonneville has a lot of mileage on it and has started slipping, so figured I’d put a Barnett clutch kit in.
I am gathering that most people would discard the springs that Barnett supply in the clutch kit and instead install a set of their Green springs.
Thinking about front fork upgrade options.....
I've considered Ricor emulators, Free Spirits fork kit and Bitubo Cartrige kit.... With new springs or with stock.... Obviously there is quite the price difference in these options but I'd like to hear what you all have to say from experience...
I've had issue for years, and I'm starting to give up. I have to pray every time I try to start my bonneville t100 EFI 2007.
What I've done so far:
- replaced the battery 10 times
- replaced the rectifier with a MOSFET one (maybe its not working correctly?)
- added Forchetto 's button on the...
The speedo on my 2005 Thruxton has started making a steaming noise once you hit about 70km per hour. The needle swings violently around the dial, swinging violently from zero all the way round to about 160 km per hour - randomly back and forth. I took the speedo off the bike and had a look but...
OK, First of all, I could have sworn I posted this a couple years ago when I got my 2002 Bonnie, but I couldn't find anything with a search, so here goes:
Back when I had my carbureted Scrambler, there were a couple of companies out there that made a tachometer kit for the carbureted Bonnies...
I have had this bike (2005 Bonnie Blk) since 2013 and always assumed this was how every Bonneville with an adjustable clutch lever was. Until I saw someone else’s and I realized this lever is not like the others.
I bit the bullet and bought a OEM adjustable clutch lever (thinking maybe the...
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