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...it was Serviced by Factory trained professionals at Triumph US Headquarters in Georgia
I have tuned the fuel injection to perfectly match the flow, sound and performance of the Jardine exhaust.

= I had the shop install the TOR tune.


Nice taillight assembly, but otherwise this is nothing special. Except for the crash cage which indicates this bike has been thrashed.

This is the Baddest, One of a kind Triumph Speed Triple you will ever find!
I seriously doubt it. There's guys on here with much badder and more one-of-a-kind Speed Triples.
 

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that tail light and the cage are the only thing it's got going for it. I REALLy like tht tail light, other than that, it's no dofferent than most of the bikes on this site. Most guys bikes would probably make more power than it.
 

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limey said:
Wouldn't mind having the crash cage, wonder where he got it.
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This Freestyle Ingenuity Crash Cage is the first Crash Cage ever built at the Freestyle Factory for a Triumph Speed Triple, I personally flew out and shipped my bike to Texas to meet Tim Barnes and help give the Freestyle Cage the Kyle Woods personal touch! I helped design the one of a kind double loop Crash Cage with double reinforced strut braces. However the cage is removable if you like the naked look.
 

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they probably have a template now, if you really want one
 

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wonder if the factory break-in was followed....or maybe it was a bit more aggresive? :popcorn:
 

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Find an old BUSA MC. It'll be a Nissin and push more fluid than that 14mm. and it's enclosed.



I had to message him about that tail light and it is a 02-03 954 tail light. If you look closely, the under tail is missing..... I wouldn't think that'd be too hard to make.
 

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I don't know, I think buying that bike would be like marrying a porn-star. You'd always have that nagging little feeling that you didn't quite measure up... :lh:
And you would also have that nagging feeling that certain parts of it were well and truly worn out.
 

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kcjones said:
I don't know, I think buying that bike would be like marrying a porn-star. You'd always have that nagging little feeling that you didn't quite measure up... :lh:
he already knows that dirt is the man!...look how proud he is to have a photo with me? :loser: ;) ;D

 
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