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View Poll Results: Do you want separate or a combined cruiser Chat Forum ?
I would like a combined Cruiser Chat forum for all the Triumph cruisers 9 31.03%
I would like separate chat forums as at present 19 65.52%
I would like another option - Post your option in this thread. 1 3.45%
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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 07-09-2011, 02:47 PM
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Being a mere SM owner, the SM/BA forum is pretty quiet. I think if it was merged it would get lost in the flood.

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The poll is closed, the trend is to remain as is without a central cruise chat forum (all the other individual model forums would have retained their individual chat in any case).



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Why is there no R3 and Tbird documentation library?
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Is there - isn't there? - a wiki thing that could act like a tech vault?

I don't know how to use one right now, but I'm sure I could learn.
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Keep separate

We own two Speedmasters. One had carbs and the other EFI. There is more relevance with the Bonneville Twins than there is with the Rocket or Thunderbird. The only commonality betweeen them is the classification.

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...that's why there are sub-forum links in the America-Speedmaster chat forum direct to the Twins Tech Forum and Twins Documentation Library.



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I like the Thunderbird forum as it was. I understand combining the tech forum with the general for each class of bike. The Rocket has very little in common with the 'Bird. Number of cylinders, final drive, weight etc... The demographics of the riders is similar. The personal tastes of the riders determine which class of machine they choose.

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Thanks for all the input, which was valuable to us. We are always open to suggestions in ways to improve the site.



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seperate please.
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