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Triumph - street triple 675r


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For those riding the 2013 Street Triple & Street Triple R, take a look at your subframe. It is very likely that when riding, the seat staples will chafe against the subframe.

 

As a preventive measure, stick some rubber tapes over the seat staples or directly onto the subframe. See http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=68443 for the location of the affected subframe surface.

 

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hello pple, im thinkin of getting a naked.. was down to the new z800 kawa or this street.

 

just to be double sure, the OEMs part replacements are a bit more costly and require more waiting time issit? I own a husky before and i sold it after some time becoz of this, moreover becoz i use them for my commuting everyday. Im not concern abt the EO and filter changes more of the parts availibility and pricing. care to share bros? thanks much.

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hello pple, im thinkin of getting a naked.. was down to the new z800 kawa or this street.

 

just to be double sure, the OEMs part replacements are a bit more costly and require more waiting time issit? I own a husky before and i sold it after some time becoz of this, moreover becoz i use them for my commuting everyday. Im not concern abt the EO and filter changes more of the parts availibility and pricing. care to share bros? thanks much.

oem replacement i guess if non common usually have to wait, cost normally shops will order stuffs in one go as depends on the demand and as to save on shipping cost too..so for the street parts are readlily available depending on wat kind of parts you want as they usually order on tues as being told by their sales person. no worries bro, keep ur options open, coz i use my street for everyday use too..
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oem replacement i guess if non common usually have to wait, cost normally shops will order stuffs in one go as depends on the demand and as to save on shipping cost too..so for the street parts are readlily available depending on wat kind of parts you want as they usually order on tues as being told by their sales person. no worries bro, keep ur options open, coz i use my street for everyday use too..

 

are u riding the new 2013 street R? i guess theres more speed riders here than street. Id prefer the street for daily use. Prob is i travel ard 50km everyday to and fro work so Im just afraid the OEMs are like huskies and aprilia..ex..have u any idea?

 

if i were in europe or US, hands down id buy the STR in a heartbeat. Everybody in the world of motor says its 10/10 which i find hard to disagree. This will be a long term ride for me so i dont wana ride like 1yr++ then when wear and tear starts to creep it then the nightmare begins,long waiting time for parts..etc thats all.

 

Oh and also i read that the 2013 model is more fuel efficient by 10-30%. What type of mileage are u seeing for the bike? U ride mostly eways or small roads? If u have more info pls share, thanks!

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are u riding the new 2013 street R? i guess theres more speed riders here than street. Id prefer the street for daily use. Prob is i travel ard 50km everyday to and fro work so Im just afraid the OEMs are like huskies and aprilia..ex..have u any idea?

 

if i were in europe or US, hands down id buy the STR in a heartbeat. Everybody in the world of motor says its 10/10 which i find hard to disagree. This will be a long term ride for me so i dont wana ride like 1yr++ then when wear and tear starts to creep it then the nightmare begins,long waiting time for parts..etc thats all.

 

 

Oh and also i read that the 2013 model is more fuel efficient by 10-30%. What type of mileage are u seeing for the bike? U ride mostly eways or small roads? If u have more info pls share, thanks!

yup im riding the new st3r 2013, so far im getting bout 250-270 before reserved, never tried till dried up.. monday to friday from home tampines to seletar on eways.. weekends depending where im heading too.. so far one full tank can last me at least a week that is riding at 90 to 110.. well there is much more st3r riders as wat i have been told i guess as all the st3r 2013 launch model ard 12-15 pcs all sold out.. the 08,09,10,11,12 im not that sure.. well how far the st3r have failed im not that sure.. coz im new to this model.. u can ask other active riders here.. as i have said before parts depends on wat u want? there is always ebay and triumph uk website to order from.. locally there is mah motors.. i know huskies spares are not much here as the popularaties is not great as ktm or the rest.. to me triumph is quite establish here.. at first my tot of a triumph was shud be expensive to maintain but after much research japanese big bikes is also expensive to maintain.. its juz the mentallity of ppl.. not that i want to promote triumph but if u really like it juz buy dont think twice..look at the yamaha wr200, xlr200 the spares are hard to come by too due to not in production but still ppl buy them rather than a new ktm or the new wr125 or etc..

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Hi guys,

 

Maybe you guys are interested in these?

 

 

 

Proguard System:

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/374584-***-Proguard-System-***?highlight=

 

CNC Levers:

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/360981-***-CNC-Levers-***?highlight=

 

 

 

By the way, i also own Triumph Street Triple R, looking to sell off my Arrow Low-boy exhaust, this is not street legal, use at your own risk.

 

 

 

Regards,

 

@-Simplybikes

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Hi guys,

 

Maybe you guys are interested in these?

 

 

 

Proguard System:

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/374584-***-Proguard-System-***?highlight=

 

CNC Levers:

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/360981-***-CNC-Levers-***?highlight=

 

 

 

By the way, i also own Triumph Street Triple R, looking to sell off my Arrow Low-boy exhaust, this is not street legal, use at your own risk.

 

 

 

Regards,

 

@-Simplybikes

great products you have there.. y not join us if there is a meet up then u can bring along a sample of ur products, im sure there are pple who r interested
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yup im riding the new st3r 2013, so far im getting bout 250-270 before reserved, never tried till dried up.. monday to friday from home tampines to seletar on eways.. weekends depending where im heading too.. so far one full tank can last me at least a week that is riding at 90 to 110.. well there is much more st3r riders as wat i have been told i guess as all the st3r 2013 launch model ard 12-15 pcs all sold out.. the 08,09,10,11,12 im not that sure.. well how far the st3r have failed im not that sure.. coz im new to this model.. u can ask other active riders here.. as i have said before parts depends on wat u want? there is always ebay and triumph uk website to order from.. locally there is mah motors.. i know huskies spares are not much here as the popularaties is not great as ktm or the rest.. to me triumph is quite establish here.. at first my tot of a triumph was shud be expensive to maintain but after much research japanese big bikes is also expensive to maintain.. its juz the mentallity of ppl.. not that i want to promote triumph but if u really like it juz buy dont think twice..look at the yamaha wr200, xlr200 the spares are hard to come by too due to not in production but still ppl buy them rather than a new ktm or the new wr125 or etc..

 

Wow that's pretty good mileage ! I just bought a 2011 st3r also, but I can barely get 200 km before the fuel warning light comes up.

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Letting go the following items which were only on my bike for a couple of months thus pretty much in mint condition:

 

1) Pair of Black anodised Genuine OEM Triumph Bar End mirrors (Fits Speed Triple from VIN 461332, Street Triple/R from VIN 471042), comes complete with box. Part number: A9638060 - $200 for both

 

2) R&G right hand side Engine case slider for Triumph Street Triple/ R (07 and up) - $50

 

Pls sms/ whatsapp: 9 three 69 2 eight 26 for pics, info or to deal, thanks.

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Hello guys

 

Very interested to get a Street triple, hate that we cant test ride bikes over here.

Hope you bros can help me out on this few feedback from your street triple.

 

1) are there any helmets hooks to hook 2 helmets to on the 2013 street triple?

2) is the under seat storage large enough for a raincoat jacket?

3) hows is the heat management of the bike will it boil under our hot Singapore weather in heavy traffic? hows does it compare to a super 4 revo for the heat management. As i feel that it is already quite hot (almost unbearable ) on a revo in a hot day after a long ride in heavy traffic.

4) hows many litles of petrol are left in the tank when the fuel low light appears?

 

Thanks for all the help given, street triple is a very good bike and i hope that it can be practical as well cheers.

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Hello guys

 

Very interested to get a Street triple, hate that we cant test ride bikes over here.

Hope you bros can help me out on this few feedback from your street triple.

 

1) are there any helmets hooks to hook 2 helmets to on the 2013 street triple?

2) is the under seat storage large enough for a raincoat jacket?

3) hows is the heat management of the bike will it boil under our hot Singapore weather in heavy traffic? hows does it compare to a super 4 revo for the heat management. As i feel that it is already quite hot (almost unbearable ) on a revo in a hot day after a long ride in heavy traffic.

4) hows many litles of petrol are left in the tank when the fuel low light appears?

 

Thanks for all the help given, street triple is a very good bike and i hope that it can be practical as well cheers.

 

bro u can come down to mah to test drive if u have class 2.. talk to the salesman name zai..

unfortunately no raincoat can be store under the seat except for some tools, disc lock n other small items

no hooks to lock helmets.

all big bikes are hot even small ones.

3L letf i guess when reserved

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