Curious to get your input on the difference of the front sprocket change.I installed these stealth reflectors on the front forks
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Installed a USB charger with cable under the tank cover
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I also swapped the front sprocket to 17 tooth, before:
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that clean chain feeling! 😁
I did an RPM comparison before and after at 70mph in 6th:Curious to get your input on the difference of the front sprocket change.
If I’m not mistaken that lever also allows the bike to be started while in gear. Without it and you always have to start in neutral.Oh FYI I didn't want to leave inaccurate info out there: that lever set I bought on Amazon didn't have the extrusion on the clutch lever to depress the clutch sensor button. Without that button being pushed, the ECU can't accurately calculate MPG (minor) but more annoyingly the fuel gauge stops working and the bike thinks the tank is empty. I fixed it with some JB Weld rather than returning the levers, but thought I'd update
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I got the Evo-tech radiator grill at my local shop hereMine is still mostly stock. But I did remove all the warning stickers and the reflectors on the front forks. Oh, and I added THIS phone holder which is very solid and very inexpensive!
My next upgrade will be a windscreen (Puig or Dart) and a radiator protector (any recommendations on this?)
I'm having fun with the Trident so far. It puts a smile on my face and turns heads.