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There are no triumph dealerships in the state of West Virginia, I picked up an '05 Bonneville or America for $1,000 one plug was fouled, and needed tires
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Welcome to a great forum. BOY did you get one heck of a deal! You're going to love that bike on the wonderful roads of West Virginia. I've got family around Summersville Reservoir. Need to get a motorcycle back there.
 

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Welcome to a great forum. BOY did you get one heck of a deal! You're going to love that bike on the wonderful roads of West Virginia. I've got family around Summersville Reservoir. Need to get a motorcycle back there.
I live in buckhannon which is only a few hours away from summersville
 

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what a serious steal! you'll love the America. I have owned many bikes and its in my top 3 of one's that I love the most. it looks like one of your vacuum lines on your carbs is run strange. is it loose in the photo?
 

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Hello USMCEOD87! Thank you for introducing yourself. We’re really glad you joined! As others have said, you got a great deal on that America. Thanks for posting a picture right away. Living in the flatlands of Minnesota, I can only dream of the beauty of WVa and the great motorcycling roads that are all over it. Enjoy!

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what a serious steal! you'll love the America. I have owned many bikes and its in my top 3 of one's that I love the most. it looks like one of your vacuum lines on your carbs is run strange. is it loose in the photo?
No it's plugged off it used to have one of those California emission control things runs better without it lol
 

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No it's plugged off it used to have one of those California emission control things runs better without it lol
And I got snooping around under the tank a little bit and I found a USB port (the male end) any clue what that would be for?
 

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I live in buckhannon which is only a few hours away from summersville
Sure, I know Buckhannon; you're going to love riding that bike on WV roads!
 

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sorry I didnt see your reply I have been working on a kawasaki the last few days so I havent been around. but the procom is programmable. you might be able to tune it how you like
 
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