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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-03-2019, 06:26 AM Thread Starter
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Street Twin side panels fit Street Scrambler?

Can anyone speak from experience if the Street Twin side panels fit the Street Scrambler? RHS panel notwothstanding.
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I'm calling into my Triumph dealers tomorrow to pick up a K&N, I'll ask them if I can try a quick swap.. To find out once and for all..
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It's been done. When people first went for the discounted high pipe there was lots of chat on here about it

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It's been done. When people first went for the discounted high pipe there was lots of chat on here about it

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So... They fit?

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Yep. But I haven't done it. I think the thread to search is high pipe street scrambler.
Sorry I thought you were talking about the street twin one with the heat shield for high level pipe. I can't be sure of the other side

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Yep. But I haven't done it. I think the thread to search is high pipe street scrambler.
Sorry I thought you were talking about the street twin one with the heat shield for high level pipe. I can't be sure of the other side

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I think the RHS recessed one was what initially sparked our interest and curiosity.. And it's the one I'm after..

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I think the RHS recessed one was what initially sparked our interest and curiosity.. And it's the one I'm after..

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I'm after both! Good luck!!
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Guys at Bevan Cycle confirmed the TRIUMPH STREET TWIN & STREET CUP R/H SIDE PANEL JETBLACK A9700591-PG does fit, but only with the Vance and Hines 2-1 single pipe.

Mystery solved.
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Guys at Bevan Cycle confirmed the TRIUMPH STREET TWIN & STREET CUP R/H SIDE PANEL JETBLACK A9700591-PG does fit, but only with the Vance and Hines 2-1 single pipe.

Mystery solved.
Yep only because the heat shield area is smaller and the horrible mid pipe position on the 2 into 1 sticks out further.
I don't know how long you guys have had yours and if you offroad them much but that midpipe is incredibly hindering standing up.
As soon as I'm back on my feet and the front end project ( turned into a lot of work) mine is getting a straighter mid and slight aesthetic hear shield change. Keep the OG panel, you might like what I get done

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Yep only because the heat shield area is smaller and the horrible mid pipe position on the 2 into 1 sticks out further.
I don't know how long you guys have had yours and if you offroad them much but that midpipe is incredibly hindering standing up.
As soon as I'm back on my feet and the front end project ( turned into a lot of work) mine is getting a straighter mid and slight aesthetic hear shield change. Keep the OG panel, you might like what I get done

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I'm in a solid week with the bike! I'll be interested in what you do! Def keep all OG parts.
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