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Ryco Oil Filters

The longer option part number is incorrect.

Z457 is a fuel filter which is not relevant to Sprint

The part number should be Z547 (86mm long)
 

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Genuine Triumph Chain Link Tool P/N:A9930025

Just answered another thread where someone was asking about Chain Link Tools, so I dug my "genuine Triumph" one out to assist and can add the following info for use in the alternative parts list.

The tool is made by the same manufacturer (DID) as the chain (no surprise there!).

The Official Triumph label on the box is simply stuck over the top of the original label which reads:

DID
KM500R
Chain Cut & Rivet Tool
Daido Kogyo, LTD. Japan

Therefore:
Triumph Chain Link Tool P/N:A9930025 =
DID KM500R Chain Cut and Rivet Tool

In the instructions (for DID KM500/400) there is a note which states: Tool exclusively for DID ZJ Joint
 

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Well, I popped a Trident Carbon Oval silencer on my '11 GT this past weekend. Nice sound, and seems to get along well with the stock ECU map. Oh, and it looks nice too.
 

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2004 Triumph Sprint ST 955i drag link bearings/sleeves/oil seals can be substituted with Honda parts at a considerably reduced cost, at least here in Australia.

Triumph T3800152 (17x24x25 needle roller bearing) AU$43.80 cross references to Honda 91072MJ0003 (17x24x25 needle roller bearing) AU$17.05.

Triumph T2050019 (10.5x17x39 sleeve) AU$42.25 cross references to Honda 52463KV3000 (collar) AU$12.85.

Triumph T3600066 (17x24x5 seal) AU$10.05 cross references to Honda 91262KV3831 (17x24x5 seal) AU$7.15

The markings on the Honda needle roller bearing are NTN 7E-HMK 1725 for those that want to try for a non OEM bearing.

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