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Yes the 07 S3's, ST's, 675's & Tiger 1050's all do it, it is the ecm controlling the stepper motor etc after the ignition is turned off, the ecm stays `live' for a predetermined time to reset all actuators to set positions, this is also how the starting time is quicker.

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On 2006-12-07 06:33, Trumpy1050 wrote:
Hey Welshrob,

Picked mine up about 2 weeks ago it's a 2006 on the compliance plate, it also does the Modem Noises, no shorting out battery noises though. Come to think of it hopefully I have 2007 firmware in my bike, it starts pretty quick less than 1 second, so Triumph may have shipped the last of the 06 models with the new 07 ECU ?
Having an 06 compliance plate does not signify it is an 06 model, check the 11th digit of your vin number, that digit corresponds to the model year (i.e. if the digit is a 7 then it is a 2007 model year bike and therefore has the V4 Keihin ECU). Triumph usually start producing the next model year bikes around July of each year, sometimes earlier depending on model & demand.
 
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