Triumph Speed Triple Installation Instructions

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1. Remove OEM Tail Unit from Motorcycle (ref: underside four socket head bolts). 2. Disconnect all electrical connections (ref: Turn indicators & License light). 3. Remove Turn indicators from OEM Tail unit and install on to Skyking Products License Plate Relocation Assembly using OEM hardware. 4. Remove License light from OEM Tail unit and install on to Skyking Products License Plate Relocation Assembly using OEM hardware. 5. Reconnect all electrical connections. Install wire loom for connector protection and secure with tie wraps . (ref: Turn indicators & License light). 6. Install Skyking Products License Plate Relocation Assembly using OEM hardware. 7. Double check all hardware and electrical are secure. 8. Check proper operation of Turn indicators and license light. 9. Test ride and final check proper operation of Turn indicators and license light.

ALU-RACK TRIUMPH Tiger 1050 Mounting Instruction

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responsibility for damages caused by improper installation. All screws, bolts and nuts, including all replacement hardware provided by SW-MOTECH, should be tightened to the torque specified in the OEM maintenance manual for your motorcycle. If no torque specifications are provided in the OEM maintenance manual, the following torques may be used: All screws, bolts and nuts should be checked after driving the first 50 km to ensure that all are tightened to the proper torque. Medium strength liquid thread-locker (i.e., “Locktite”) should be used to secure all screws, bolts and nuts. Max. Load On Rear Carrier: 5 Kg (11 lbs) inclusive case and adapter or the motorcycle manufacturer’s weight limit, whichever is less

TRIUMPH TWIN CYLINDER MOTORCYCLES WITH POINTS IN THE SIDE CASING INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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1. All connections must be of the highest quality, use crimped or soldered connections; twisted wires will not give a satisfactory operation. 2. Remove the petrol tank and/or seat to gain access to the ignition coils, condensors and wiring. 3. For safety, disconnect the battery (preferably both terminals). 4. Remove timing cover. (The Atlas engine has the points housing behind the cylinder head). 5. Disconnect the two wires (usually black-white & black-yellow) and remove the contact-breaker plate. At the other end, these two wires must be disconnected from the ignition coils & condensors. The condensors are no longer required and can be removed. They should not be connected to the electronic ignition system. 6. Remove auto-advance unit. 7. Disconnect the remaining wires from the ignition coils. These come from the ignition switch supply. On the Norton Commando, remove the white-blue wire from the ballast resistor between the two ignition coils; the ballast resistor is no longer required. The colour of this ignition supply wire may be different on some machines; if so check using a test lamp or meter to find the live wire when the ignition is switched on. 8. Find a suitable place for the ignition module, preferably near to the ignition coils. Secure the ignition module to the frame using one or more large cable ties. An adhesive mounting base is provided; this can be affixed to the underside of the module and the cable tie passed through and around the module and frame. Do not completely wrap the module in foam rubber. 9. Using the black coil link wire, connect the negative (—) terminal of one ignition coil to the positive (+) terminal of the other ignition coil. See figs. 1/2 on page 7. 10. Take the black wire from the ignition module, cut to length and fit an insulator and female spade connector to the end. Connect to the negative (—) terminal on ignition coil #2. See figs. 1/2 on page 7. 11. Take the red wire from the ignition module, cut to length and fit an insulator and female spade connector to the end. Connect to the positive (+) terminal on ignition • BLACK COIL LINK WIRE • RED EARTHING WIRE • CRIMP CONNECTORS & INSULATORS • LARGE & SMALL CABLE TIES • CABLE TIE ADHESIVE MOUNTING BASE 3 coil #1. See figs. 1/2 on page 7. 12. For NEGATIVE EARTH electrics go to step 15. 13. For POSITIVE EARTH electrics (standard): Take the white wire from the ignition module, cut to length and fit an insulator and male spade connector to the end. Connect to one of the negative ignition feed wires previously removed in step 7 (white-blue wire for Norton Commando). The other wire (if fitted) is spare and should be covered with insulation to prevent shorting to the frame etc. 14. Take the red earthing wire, fit an insulator and female spade connector on one end and connect to the positive (+) terminal on ignition coil #1. Cut to length and fit a ring terminal on the other end and connect to a good earth point on the frame, ideally the battery positive (+) terminal. For the Norton Commando, the earth tag on the end of the condensor pack can be used (fit a female spade connector to the end of the red earthing wire). See fig.1 GOTO STEP 17

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TRIUMPH Tiger 1050 Nonshock GPS-Halter Cockpit Mounting Instructions

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Mounting Instructions SW-MOTECH products should be installed by a qualified, experienced motorcycle technician. If you are unsure of your ability to properly install a product, please have the product installed by your local motorcycle dealer. SW Motech takes no responsibility for damages caused by improper installation. All screws, bolts and nuts, including all replacement hardware provided by SW-MOTECH, should be tightened to the torque specified in the OEM maintenance manual for your motorcycle. If no torque specifications are provided in the OEM maintenance manual, the following torques may be used: All screws, bolts and nuts should be checked after driving the first 50 km to ensure that all are tightened to the proper torque. Medium strength liquid thread-locker (i.e., “Locktite”) should be used to secure all screws, bolts and nuts. Alle vom Motorrad gelösten Schrauben sind gemäß Herstellerangaben wieder zu montieren, oder mit von SW- MOTECH gelieferten Schrauben zu ersetzen. Falls nicht anderweitig definiert, diese Schrauben nach Tabelle anziehen. Gegebenenfalls Schrauben mit flüssiger Schraubensicherung einkleben. Prüfen Sie nach 50 km alle Verbindungen auf festen Sitz. GPS.11.458.10000/B Revision: 00 SW-MOTECH GmbH & Co. KG Ernteweg 8/10 35282 Rauschenberg Germany Tel. +49 (0) 64 25/8 16 8-00 Fax +49 (0) 64 25/8 16 8-10 info@sw-motech.com www.sw-motech.com M5 5,5 Nm M6 9,6 Nm M8 23 Nm M5 5,5 Nm M6 9,6 Nm M8 23 Nm 6 GPS.00.085.003 Anzahl/ Pcs. 2 Verbindungsblech Connector Lug 5 GPS.00.085.006 Anzahl/ Pcs. 1 GPS-Trägerblech GPS-Bracket 01 00 10 GPS.00.085.004 Anzahl/ Pcs. 2 Fixierblech Fixing Lug 9 M5 x 16 DIN 7380 Anzahl/ Pcs. 4 Linsenkopfschrau be Lenshead Screw 2 M8 x 50 DIN 6912 Anzahl/ Pcs. 4 3 Unterlegscheibe Washe

TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 DUAL OUTLET SLIP-ON EXHAUST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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1) Make sure the motorcycle is cool and place securely on a service lift or stand. 2) Lift up on the front of the passenger seat and remove the bolt securing the passenger seat to the subframe. Remove the passenger seat. See Figure #1 3) Using the key, remove the rider seat. 4) Remove the four bolts securing the tail section to the subframe. lift up on the tail section and disconnect the tail light wire. remove the tail section. See Figure #2 PERFORMANCE DELIVERED! TECH: (951)739-5900 PARTS INCLUDED Ref. Part Number Description Qty 1) 00-200-00060 Slip-on S-bend Assembly 1 2) 00-200-00056 Carbon Fiber Dual Outlet Muffler 1 3) 04-24-42866 Supersport Fender Bracket 1 4) 03-46-42004 Muffler Mounting Strap 1 5) 07-27-42005 Muffler Strap Silicone Rubber Sleeve 1 6) 04-18-37594 Muffler Strap Mounting Spacer 2 7) 01-5106100016-SS M6-1.0x16mm Socket Button Head Bolt 4 8) 01-7406100-27 M6-1.0 Hex Flange Nut 2 6) 07-41-35929 Dual Swivel Spring, Long 2 7) 07-38-42063-35 T-Bolt Clamp 1 TOOLS REQUIRED Ref. Description 1) 3/8″ Drive Ratchet 2) 3″ Extension 3) 10mm Socket 4) 12mm Socket 5) 13mm Socket 6) 4mm Allen Socket Ref. Description 7) 5mm Allen Socket 8) 8mm Allen Socket 9) 10mm Wrench 10) 12mm Wrench 11) Torque Wrench 12) Spring Tool or Needlenose Pliers INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FIGURE #1
18-7009-524-02 RT1 DUAL OUTLET SLIP-ON EXHAUST TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 2006-07 PERFORMANCE DELIVERED! TECH: (951)739-5900 5) Remove the four bolts securing the plastic cover over the stock muffler. Remove the cover. See Figure #3 6) Remove the left and right turn signal mounting bolts. Slide the turn signals/license plate light assembly away from the license plate mount and disconnect all wires. Make note of the right and left turn signal wiring. Set turn signal assembly aside. See Figure #4 7) Remove the four bolts that secure the license plate bracket to the stock muffler. Remove the license plate bracket. See Figure #5 8) Loosen the muffler inlet clamp. See Figure #6 9) Remove and retain the muffler mounting bolt and nut. Remove the muffler assembly from the motorcycle.

2002 Triumph Speed Triple 955i Standard Mount Slip-On Exhaust System Installation Instructions

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1. Make sure the bike is completely cool before starting the installation. Make sure the bike is secure on the side- stand or ideally a rear service stand. 2. Loosen the clamp that holds the muffler connector pipe to the headers. 3. Remove the hardware that holds the stock muffler at the passenger footpeg bracket. Take off the muffler. 4. Place a bead of the hi-temp sealant on the outside edge of the header that goes into the s-bend. Wipe off the excess sealant that will squeeze out. Slide the S-bend connector pipe onto the end of the headers (wipe off the excess sealant that will squeeze out). Re-use the stock clamp to attach the s-bend to the headers. Leave loose for now. 5. Place a bead of the hi-temp sealant on the outside edge of the s-bend that goes into the canister. Slide the TBR canister onto the end of the S-bend pipe. Wipe off the excess sealant that will squeeze out. 6. Carefully slide the muffler clamp over the muffler. ( Note: The stainless steel canister clamp and the name badge on the canister come from the factory with a clear plastic protective film. Please remove this film before operation.) You may need to twist and turn the S-bend a little to get it in the right place. Locate both tabs of the canister clamp and the 50mm spacer on the inside of the passenger footpeg bracket. Use the 85mm bolt and stock nut & washer to secure it. Leave loose for now. 7. Make sure everything is aligned and tighten all hardware. Affix the connector springs to the muffler. 8. Before you run the bike, clean off all fingerprints and dirt, as any oily residue will etch the metal and become somewhat permanent when the system gets hot. Run the bike and enjoy. It is normal for some white smoke to appear the first time you start the bike. This is packing/manufacturing oil from inside the pipe burning off. Check for gaps or leaks. If you find a leak, a little high temperature silicon sealant should fix it. After 50 to 100 miles, recheck all fasteners for tightness.

1999-2001 Triumph Sprint RS Slip-On Exhaust System Installation Instructions

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1. Make sure the bike is completely cool before starting the installation. Make sure the bike is secure on the side- stand or ideally a rear service stand. 2. Loosen the clamp that holds the connector pipe to the headers under the bike. Remove the hardware that holds the stock muffler at the passenger footpeg bracket. Take off the muffler. 3. Re-using the stock Triumph clamp install the new S- bend. Leave loose for now. 4. Place a bead of the hi-temp sealant on the outside edge of the s-bend. Slide the TBR canister onto the end of the S-bend pipe. Wipe off the excess sealant that will squeeze out. 5. Carefully slide the muffler clamp over the muffler. ( Note: The stainless steel canister clamp and the name badge on the canister come from the factory with a clear plastic protective film. Please remove this film before operation.) You may need to twist and turn the S-bend a little to get it in the right place. Place the spacer between the stock footpeg bracket and the tabs of the clamp. Locate both tabs of the canister clamp on the outside of the spacer. Use the hardware provided along with the stock nut to secure it. Leave loose for now. 6. Make sure everything is aligned and tighten all hardware. Affix the two connector springs to the muffler. 7. Be sure to allow the sealant to dry per the manufacture’s instructions before starting the bike . Before you run the bike, clean off all fingerprints and dirt, as any oily residue will etch the metal and become somewhat permanent when the system gets hot. Run the bike and enjoy. It is normal for some white smoke to appear the first time you start the bike. This is packing/manufacturing oil from inside the pipe burning off. Check for gaps or leaks. If you find a leak, a little high temperature silicon sealant should fix it. After 50 to 100 miles, recheck all fasteners for tightness.

Triumph SU CARBURETORS SERVICING AND TUNING

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Jets: These are made in various sizes ranging from.099 inches to.1875 inches, the larger sizes being used only for racing or very high performance engines. The two sizes most commonly found on production cars are the.090 inch and the.100 inch. The size of the jet will be found stamped on the jet head. The figure “nine”wilt indicate that it is the.090 inch and the figure “one”will indicate the.100 inch jet. When tuninga production car the jets size should be checked to make sure that it is of the size recommended by the manufacturers. Centering of Jet: If for any reason, the jet assembly has been removed, it will be ne cessary to recenter the jet. First, remove the clevis pin at the base of the jet which attaches the jet head to the jet operating lever. Withdraw the jet completely and remove the adjusting nut and spring, then replace the adjusting nut, without its spring, and screw it up toits highest position. Slide the Set into position until the jet head is against the base of the adjusting nut. When this has been done, find out if the piston is perfectly free by lifting it up with the finger and allowing it to drop. If the piston is not entirely free, slacken the jet screw and manipulate the lower part of the assembly, including the projecting part of the bottom half of the jet bearing, adjusting nut, and jet head. Make sure that this assembly is now slightly loose. The piston should then rise and fall quite freely as the needle is now able to move the jet into the required central position. The jet screw should now be tightened and a further check made to determine that the piston is still quite free. When complete freedom of the piston is achieved the jet adjusting nut should be removed, together with the jet, and the spring replaced. Experience has shown that a large percentage of carburetors, which have given trouble has been due to the incorrect centering of jets. Jet Needles— These are made in a great variety of sizes, probably now well over two hundred and fifty, and each type of engine hasaneedlethat has been selected, after very careful tests have been carried out, to give the best all-round performance. Most manufacturers actually give three alternative needles for each type and size of engine, these needles clearly being listed by the manufacturer “Standard”, “Rich”or”Weak”and before tuning is started the needle, which is marked on the shank should be checked against the manufacturer’srecommendation to make quite sure that the right needle is fitted; this is most important.

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Triumph Seats are functional and firm Installation

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1. Un-pack the accessory pack from under the new seat. 2. Remove the stock seat from your bike. 3. From the underside of the stock seat, remove the 2 metal hooks fixed by a single bolt to the seat pan. There is one metal hook on each side, as shown in the photo, right. The securing bolt also holds the safety strap on some seat types. 4. Replace the stock bolt on the old seat. 5. From the underside of your new Retro Racer Seat remove the 2 bolts provided each side of the seat pan, as shown in the photo below. 6. Fit one metal hook each side, making sure they face the same direction as on the stock seat. 7. If it is wished to remove the safety strap (Grey Top and Black seats only) do so at this point: NOTE: Removing the Safety Strap makes the bike suitable only for Solo use. 8. Remove the accessory pack from under the seat. Fit the rear brackets to the rear of the seat, as shown in the photo, right. 9. The rear fixing lugs are bolted to the seat pan, not moulded as on the stock seat. The photo below shows the attached bracket. 10. Tighten so that the bracket is held, but not tight, then test fit on the bike. 11. When properly lined up remove the seat and tighten all the bolts to 12Nm 12. Finally re-fit the new seat, using Jenks Thumb Bolts for preference: Standard Length: SBB (Black) 02 SBN (Nickel) 02 Hidden Length UTB (Black) 02 UTN (Nickel) 02 NOTE: Regularly check the Bolts are tight, approx 20Nm, which is about as tight as can be made using fingers on the knurled grip. Do not tighten with pliers. For added security, lock washers may be used if desired

Adaptor for later models with 1/ 8-27 straight threads when oil light is not used

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Remove oil pressure sending unit. Sit the copper crush washer aside for future use. To Assemble: Slip the crush washer removed earlier over the end of the Adaptor (shown left). Thread the adaptor with the fitting attached into the port from where the original sending unit was removed. Make sure the thread is 1/8-27 straight thread not a tapered pipe thread. Over-tightening a 1/8 straight male thread into a 1/8-27 NPT female tapped hole may result in case splitting. See “Oil line” above. Tuck un-used oil light wire up inside instrument housing. Oil light then becomes an ignition light.