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[Group] TRIUMPH Speed Triple Riders


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Hi Guys,

 

I somehow got soooo lucky on this one weekend that i got a chance to ride one of these babies, pls note im not used to riding bikes and in fact using a manual one at that too. but i got the hang of it while riding the, "ALL HAIL , speed triple".

 

im thinking of gettin one of these, it is a long term goal but plan to ride one by mid next year, so will need help and details from you guys. i learnt from the discussions that it is quite rare in spore, even rarer in msia.

 

mind telling whats the going rate for all the models at this point of time, new/second hand.

 

thanks

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Definitely not a problem. I don't know if there's an agent for Triumph in Malaysia, but the SG agent is Mah Pte Ltd. I don't think you should have problems getting a bike from them so long as u either pay up in full or you have a Singapore residential address.

 

I do have Malaysian friends who buy big bikes from Singapore dealers...

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cool!. ok after doin some research lookin for a dealer for triumph i found this

 

Triumph Motorcycles

Blok A Phileo Damansara 2, Jalan 16/11 Off Jalan Damansara, Seksyen 16, 46350 PJ, Selangor.

 

havent gone over to find out yet. btw do u mind passin me the contact number for Mah Motors.

 

Thks

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depending on what you need they may not be of much help!

 

hard to find triumphs in this part of the world, even more so in m'sia.

 

as for support from the local dealer i think you may have better luck sourcing for a mech elsewhere and be prepared to have parts shipped in to you for your service/repairs.

 

some of their parts are generic parts which are also used on other machines but there are quite a few specifics which you should consider stocking up if you really intend to keep the bike.

 

i have jets, gaskets, cdi and coils at home.

http://www.thisoldtractor.com/guzzitech.dk/english/index.htm

 

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Hi blackie, appreciate the feedback and input from you, btw where u from? and yeah thanks a million for the number. ill be in spore this month, mite take a trip down to mah motors as well. :). ill do more research as to see where i can get a proper mech for this machine. problem is, the very minute u say Triumph Speed Triple, they go " lu apa cakap?" lol.

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Hi blackie, appreciate the feedback and input from you, btw where u from? and yeah thanks a million for the number. ill be in spore this month, mite take a trip down to mah motors as well. :). ill do more research as to see where i can get a proper mech for this machine. problem is, the very minute u say Triumph Speed Triple, they go " lu apa cakap?" lol.

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m'sian, living and working in s'pore for many years now.

let me know when you are in town and we maybe able to hook up or something...get all the triumph owners together as well maybe.

its gonna be tough to up keep the machine at home unless you use it as a second bike when you are awaiting spares from abroad.

arrange something arvinder and it will be the first triumph meet up in s'pore

http://www.thisoldtractor.com/guzzitech.dk/english/index.htm

 

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MI:2 which gave the Speed Triple great publicity is back again.

 

In MI:3, Ethan Hunt was riding what looked like a 60s Thunderbird. peashooter exhausts, handlebar and just a side angled glimpse of the Tank badge confirmed that it is a Triumph.

 

Looks like MI series either prefers old brit brands or Triumph forked out a great deal for them to use their bikes again and again......

 

Count me in if there's a triumph meet up.

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Yahoo!

 

Sent my bike in to get the ContiAttacks fixed...

 

Taking the bike out on Friday...

 

Yippee!!!

 

http://home.pacific.net.sg/~nazironz/uv.jpg

 

However, I forgot to ask about the manuals!

 

There was a yellow T595 in the shop with 24,000km on it... for servicing... not for sale... FR plate...

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Originally posted by Arvinder Gill@May 16 2006, 09:11 AM

yeah...oraginizing a triumph meet up is a good idea. anyways i was wondering if anyone here had a speed triple manual, softcopy/hardcopy. let me know, im willing to pay the chargers if there are any neccessary.

I believe you can order it directly from Triumph's Website...should not be a problem...But it should come with your bike, mine is neatly tucked under my seat...:goodluck:

Its not how you pick your nose...Its where you flick the BOOGER!!!

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Originally posted by desewer@Jun 13 2006, 10:42 PM

Yahoo!

 

Sent my bike in to get the ContiAttacks fixed...

 

Taking the bike out on Friday...

 

Yippee!!!

 

http://home.pacific.net.sg/~nazironz/uv.jpg

 

However, I forgot to ask about the manuals!

 

There was a yellow T595 in the shop with 24,000km on it... for servicing... not for sale... FR plate...

I await your review on the tires...:thumb:

Its not how you pick your nose...Its where you flick the BOOGER!!!

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bro, my friend using those tyres (on a scoot) doesn't seem to have good grip in dry weather and slides when going over metal grills...

 

on manuals, just get the haynes/clymer one. can check whitehorse press or directly from haynes.

 

i used to use mez4's on my super 3. lovely and stable both in dry and wet conditions. great for touring and twisties. now i use tourance's

http://www.thisoldtractor.com/guzzitech.dk/english/index.htm

 

1981 dt125

 

"its bad but not too bad"

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Chow, if you're riding the white FBA S3, then I saw u on ECP twds Changi sometime last Friday night, close to midnight...

 

Anyway, Mah PL told me the dealer doesn't have the ContiAttacks my size in stock, and they can't give a date for the next shipment.

 

I might call them tomorrow and ask for Mich PilotSports instead, depending on the price.

 

I ordered the Haynes manual online from Jack Lilley for GBP19.99, excluding freight. I'm waiting for it to arrive.

 

Damn... I need to find a free day to clean my ride. It's super dirty!

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Originally posted by desewer@Jun 15 2006, 01:31 AM

Chow, if you're riding the white FBA S3, then I saw u on ECP twds Changi sometime last Friday night, close to midnight...

 

Anyway, Mah PL told me the dealer doesn't have the ContiAttacks my size in stock, and they can't give a date for the next shipment.

 

I might call them tomorrow and ask for Mich PilotSports instead, depending on the price.

 

I ordered the Haynes manual online from Jack Lilley for GBP19.99, excluding freight. I'm waiting for it to arrive.

 

Damn... I need to find a free day to clean my ride. It's super dirty!

OK...You caught me...I was trying desperatly trying to run in my bike...hahah...:cheeky:

 

Exhaust comming in & bike still not run-in yet...so a bit anxious...:smile:

 

Next time come beside & say Hi...Can be lonely sometimes on the rd with a Triumph...like an odd ball out...hahah

Its not how you pick your nose...Its where you flick the BOOGER!!!

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Originally posted by desewer@Jun 16 2006, 12:45 AM

Which exhaust system did you get? And are you going to remap your FI to suit the exhaust?

 

I'd have found it hard to come alongside you, given that at that moment I was a passenger in a van doing 70kmh!

I'm getting the Arrow System Frm Shah...I dun think I will need to do re-maping...cos its not the full exhaust system...only Y-Pipe & 2 Carbon End-Cans...but I will try & see how first...:thumb:

Its not how you pick your nose...Its where you flick the BOOGER!!!

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mah is the agent for triumph....

being slightly bias...i would go for the triumph....

not sure about the costs of new bikes but trust me they are damn fun and reliable machines that will not fail to put a smile on your face when you ride them hard.

http://www.thisoldtractor.com/guzzitech.dk/english/index.htm

 

1981 dt125

 

"its bad but not too bad"

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Originally posted by awe29@Jun 18 2006, 04:26 PM

hi, was keen to find out more of this bike, din know who's the agent. btw, how much is it? was thinking of this or the monster.

Be prepared to fork out at least $24k for a new machine.

 

I got mine for $13k with 2 years left on the COE and 9000km on the odo.

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