There is a thread on the S3 forum with him and he really isn't doing any Triumph stuff anymore, according to him. He said his plan is to finish the 1050 stuff he started, but in his spare time, which could mean ??????? He actually offered to sell anyone his molds for the T595 series of parts. I've been wanting a list of Daytona stuff and have not gotten a reply from him either. I gave up on the idea of getting any of his carbon goodies for my 955 and will just have to do without it. I just wish there was someone in the states that produced the parts he did and had the quality I've heard he had. I even inquired if he had anything on the shelf I could buy and still didn't get an answer. I do know he has said he is very busy doing his main line work, good luck.
cheers guys. Well, I'll hvae to go for another version. I'm looking for a really slim carbon hugger for my 955i that doesn't cover the sides of the wheel. Having a lot of trouble finding one. Closest I can find is a plastic version with c/f patterning on it, but it's not ideal. Looks like I'll be going for that
hey Steve....thanks for keeping up with us boneheads...i know WE all want what WE want....when WE want it. I'm no exception... i guess that everyone here just sees your stuff and lusts after it like me too....just tell them this isn't your first line of business. i know you are a cool dude, but it CAN appear that you are only in business for Triumphs, you do this on the side...its hard to meet demand when you cant spend all your time on just our stuff... anyway i wish it were different but ya gotta make a living doing what you want and what makes the most amount of money...good luck on the rest of your endeavors...
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