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post #1 of 25 Old 01-16-13, 08:03 Thread Starter
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Smile My first bike.

Hello all,
I am Con from Perth, WA and am now the proud owner of a 2007 Triumph Street Triple. The bike is like new however I have added a rear tail tidy and replaced the existing mirrors with the bar end black anodised. Small but do the job nicely.
I am also looking to replace the existing chrome mufflers with either Arrow or 2 Brothers carbon cans looking for a nice deep growl. Any recommendations out there on either or maybe another brand?
I have added a few photos of my bike, i hope they loaded properly and welcome any comments.
Regards conmag.
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post #2 of 25 Old 01-16-13, 08:34
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Welcome aboard. How did you get a 'big bike' for a first bike?
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post #3 of 25 Old 01-16-13, 09:37
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2007? I thought '08 was the first year? Not a good choice for a first bike, but welcome to the club.
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Typical intro "Hi. This is my new bike. What exhaust should I put on it?"

Welcome. Nice looking bike.

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Welcome, nice bike!
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post #6 of 25 Old 01-16-13, 10:06
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Welcome con. Nice looking bike.

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post #7 of 25 Old 01-16-13, 10:07
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A few questions and comments..

1. Are you in Washington state or Australia? The license plate is huge..

2. Your bike looks brand new. You did your homework and found a beauty.

3. I hope you have a enclosed garage to keep it. I remember living in the NW, you get a little rain!!

4. Take a look at the Leo Vince GP Pro exhaust. It has that deep sound and saves 20 pounds. I will be glad to post pics if needed.

5. Everyone is concerned that you purchased a 675 for your first bike. Tell us more about this decision.

6. This being your first bike you will have no idea how great it is because you don't have a comparison. Don't worry about looking at a 1000cc in 9 months! You will regret the day you sell your Street triple.

7. Most of all welcome to the obsession of motorcycling.. Take it easy and ride safe..
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post #8 of 25 Old 01-16-13, 10:15
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Dont buy pipes, buy gear and trackdays you will need them and band aids.

Also from ym knowledge that is not a US plate so guessing he is Aussie, Id like to know how he got a big bike I thought you all had laws down there preventing this type of mistake.

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I agree with everyone here take it slow practice slow speed maneuvers don't wack that throttle either. Nice bike though welcome to the club! Ride safe

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Congrats. Beautiful bike. Exercise extreme discipline if this is in fact your first bike. Great pics!

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