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    Quote Originally Posted by triumphny View Post
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    Don't feel bad, I don't understand half the shit that goes on here. Speedtriple.com is like motorcycles meets Monte Python from what I've seen, you either get it or you don't. Fitting that the bikes are British.

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    It’s not coconuts, it’s our Triumph Speed Triple 1050 motorcycles
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    Speedtriple.com is like motorcycles meets Monte Python from what I've seen, you either get it or you don't.

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    I have always ridden Aprilias and Ducati bikes, but after years of failing electrics and parts failing off I moved over to Triumph.

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    Just a heads up
    After changing spark plugs and sealing those coil gaskets with silicon

    I start think how could so much water gets in there. I just couldn't believe that thru those seals that could happen
    Whatever?! So I put it all together adjusted tps and throttle body etc
    I ran a 12 min reset test, shut the the engine and try to start it back on... and surprise it want start and looks like a dead battery (the battery is new, I even put bigger one for this season 12ah)
    So I went looking for the reason of this problem.
    And a man told me he had a same issue on his S3 turns out the radiator cap was stuck. So it builds pressure in coolant system and for this reason it only starts when cools down a bit and the pressure is dropped
    So now after founding that my cap was stuck too I believe that all that wet spark plugs was caused by coolant forced thru head gasket and it have not much to do with those coil seals
    Now I hoping that after replace the cap and lowering the pressure to 16 psi I'll not need to change head gasket. But there is still a slight chance that maybe the starter is dead as well?!
    And also while you reading this...
    I want to thanks all people replying, commenting, posting video and info online.
    God bless you all





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    if indeed there is water being forced from the radiator pressure to your coils. then you sir got bigger problems than a faulty/bad design coil rubbers. there should be no connection between the 2. i had the bad plugs till recently and had ridden on the rain and wash the bike and never had that much corrosion on any of my spark wells. if your bike is perhaps smoking a little and your coolant level is going down .. then you have some head gasket problems .. which is not a very common thing with these engines

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