Dazco. Sorry. I thought it was black with white stripe. I have not seen that. I have seen the blue white which is a great looker too.
Man, you are spot on with that. I took my Tbird to a ride in VA this past weekend. There had to be more than 2000 bikes there. 99% of which were Harley's. And I was AMAZED at all of th epeople who had on the doo rag and vest. I nearly felt out of place.What are you gonna do with your leather vest and doo-rag now? congrats, good move !
Yeah. I actually have to take mine in tomorrow for the break-in. Was told to head there at 580 but inside of a week was more in the neighborhood of 800. Just couldn't get off of it.Can't wait until I roll the 600 mile break in and then can see how this thing really goes.
Well, first of all congrats, and +1 on what BMK9251 said. Also, call triumph and ask about thier discount program for those who have served like yourself. They will give you a retroactive refund of the discount i believe. Unless you already got that, then never mind.So, performance to the tune of torgue/HP gains, where do we begin?
Ok after the 12 min, Do we kill the engine with the run switch and leave power on at the key? or do we just turn off the key?Oh, by the way, if you don't have a free flow air filter like a UNI filter or such, i would get one. And make sure triumph installed the proper tune for TORs and filter because if they didn't (and trust me, dealers often screw up worse than that !) the bike is running no where near where it should. Also, i would perform the 12 minute tune once you've had the service. It's basically manual adaption, and it can give the bike a pretty healthy power boost if the bike is not adapted. And i would almost bet the dealer didn't do that after the TORs tune. Adaption is supposed to take place as you ride, but i found mine did not adapt in 300 miles after installing the map last time and possibly wouldn't adapt as well as it did when i did the manual adaption or "12 minute tune" no matter how long i rode. After the 12 MT the bike ran like a bat outa he||! It goes like this...
Start the bike when cold and do NOT touch the throttle. Let it idle and watch for the fan to come on. Thats usually about 10 minutes or so. As soon as it comes on start timing it and turn the bike off 12 minutes after the fan came on. (I like to go another 30 seconds or so to be safe that it was long enough) after 12 minutes turn it off and wait a minute or so then go for a ride and see if it feels any different. Made mine run much stronger, smoother, and less engine noise amazingly.