Thanks John ( also for the welcome)Hi, welcome aboard.
It is, you need these http://www.triumph-online.co.uk/tri...peed-4--other-triumph-models-1xpair-749-p.asp
Hi there, did this one to my tiger a couple of weeks ago, I don't think you need to worry about any other relay positions other than the 2 empty slots at the front L near lights. Just slip the new relays in to the slots and should be working on both sides hi and lo beam. The bulbs on mine (and prob all others) are twin filament and only require the power provided by the relay to operate the previously disabled position.
good luck, hope this helps
I have to have a second look later todayThere should be two, one is recessed right at the top under the rubber cover if my memory serves.
Make sure it's the correct relay, or you will have a flat battery in the morning.
Topics here http://www.triumphrat.net/search.php?searchid=1207854 will give you all the info you need.
Off Course you guys where rightYou just about got the whole answer there. there are indeed two spare relay sockets in UK supplied 955 & 885 EFI Tiggers. The relay block is on the lefthand side under the fairing, you can change them without removing the fairing if you have hands like snakes (i need to take the fairing off) There are three options here,
1. Fit both relays (two lights on all the time) you might need to have a little patch of tape fitted to the lense on the right(?) will need to check when I get back to the bike. this is to keep the beam pattern legal on the dip (some garages pick up on this some don't, mine did & fitted the bit of tape).
2. Fit the relay to make both main beams come on but leave out the dipped beam one. this means you will dazzle on coming traffic less & will not fry the retinas of drivers of low set cars when you come up behind at lights, junctions etc.
3. Fit only the relay for the second dipped beam so that both lights are on at dip & one main only. Can't for the life of me think why anyone would want to do this, it might be a stupid suggestion.
I went with option one & while I had the fairing off anyway I fitted a pair of Philips high output white bulbs (can't remember their proper name) makes a big difference.