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Forum: Performance Mods   04-02-20, 10:51
Replies: 12
Views: 405
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
It's hiding! :grin2:

It's hiding! :grin2:
Forum: Performance Mods   03-30-20, 12:22
Replies: 12
Views: 405
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Have you considered a Quick Shifter? Bolt-on...

Have you considered a Quick Shifter? Bolt-on Plug-in kit US$150 + $15 for the postman, in stock.
Forum: Maintenance and repair   03-02-20, 18:16
Replies: 4
Views: 181
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Changing the stator can involve unplugging the...

Changing the stator can involve unplugging the crank position sensor. Make sure that's plugged in!
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-29-20, 01:43
Replies: 9
Views: 151
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
*nods* US$250 (sensor & controller) => AU$385,...

*nods* US$250 (sensor & controller) => AU$385, but not such a deal if you wind up selling the bike.
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-29-20, 00:24
Replies: 9
Views: 151
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
If the symptoms persist on the new bike, unplug...

If the symptoms persist on the new bike, unplug the sensor. If the problems go away, it's the switch; if they remain, it's the controller (unlikely, but possible). Assuming IT doesn't have a bad CPS!...
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-28-20, 23:58
Replies: 9
Views: 151
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Yup - agreed & conceded. Either a loose / broken...

Yup - agreed & conceded. Either a loose / broken QS switch with contacts flapping about inside, or a bad CPS breaking sync in the ECU.
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-28-20, 21:32
Replies: 9
Views: 151
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Harsh shifting sounds more like the cut time was...

Harsh shifting sounds more like the cut time was way too long.
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-28-20, 18:40
Replies: 9
Views: 151
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
I can't comment on setting sensitivity, but there...

I can't comment on setting sensitivity, but there should be no issue grounding to the main ground bus. The instruction to ground it to the battery is more likely for your own convenience, so you...
Forum: Maintenance and repair   02-24-20, 09:04
Replies: 4
Views: 309
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
You may need a locksmith for this mess ...

You may need a locksmith for this mess ...
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-15-20, 20:01
Replies: 4
Views: 403
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
What sort of lien is on the 2017? That's normally...

What sort of lien is on the 2017? That's normally a deal-breaker for me.


I can get you a QS for a good price, but there are other things to consider on that bike.
Forum: General 675 discussion   02-04-20, 07:44
Replies: 6
Views: 330
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Soak it with a good penetrating oil (WD40 doesn't...

Soak it with a good penetrating oil (WD40 doesn't count), let it sit overnight. Use an impact driver, but just rap it firmly - you aren't trying to swing it over hand like Thor's Own Hammer!


If...
Forum: 675's at the track with "J"   02-04-20, 07:38
Replies: 7
Views: 7,388
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Your chain is also a part of the equation; by...

Your chain is also a part of the equation; by using a longer or shorter chain, you can position the axle where you want it, no matter how many teeth you've gone up or down.
Forum: Vendor Deals   02-03-20, 17:11
Replies: 0
Views: 111
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
New Vendor - TTR Ignition Systems

Good morning!


TTR Ignition Systems is the new North American distributor for Shifting ContRoll, AND a new sponsor here on Triumph675.NET! We offer bolt-on kits as well as discrete controllers...
Forum: Performance Mods   01-31-20, 20:05
Replies: 6
Views: 740
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
If you unbolt your can bracket, does the header...

If you unbolt your can bracket, does the header wiggle enough to give you the roon you need?
Forum: Cycle Sector   01-31-20, 09:07
Replies: 4
Views: 1,320
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
I was so surprised to see a flashlight thread...

I was so surprised to see a flashlight thread that I just about reported it as spam - then I noticed that you're a site vendor with 1100+ posts. Oops ... :duh:
Forum: Modifications   01-30-20, 15:51
Replies: 9
Views: 477
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
You mean like race bike build threads? *shrug*...

You mean like race bike build threads? *shrug* Post deleted.
Forum: Modifications   01-30-20, 14:57
Replies: 9
Views: 477
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
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Forum: General 675 discussion   01-23-20, 15:10
Replies: 14
Views: 778
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
On the old FZRs, a suddenly noisy & heavy clutch...

On the old FZRs, a suddenly noisy & heavy clutch was an indicator that the push rod had snapped. This was generally caused by insufficient free play in the cable, resulting in the throwout bearing...
Forum: Repair/Troubleshooting   01-15-20, 16:20
Replies: 2
Views: 234
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
A thin smear of grease on both gasket faces helps...

A thin smear of grease on both gasket faces helps with easy removal, and still allows a good seal.
Forum: Maintenance and repair   01-15-20, 16:17
Replies: 16
Views: 1,291
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
I'm looking at pics of the head and of the...

I'm looking at pics of the head and of the pistons, and nothing jumps out and says, "This is why you can't improve squish!" [insert scratching head smiley]



Can someone explain it in words of...
Forum: Maintenance and repair   01-14-20, 15:09
Replies: 16
Views: 1,291
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Milling does indeed affect / improve squish,...

Milling does indeed affect / improve squish, which is more than simply quenching the boundary layer. It is not something to guess at; if you have the engine out and the head off, it is a matter of a...
Forum: Repair/Troubleshooting   01-13-20, 07:59
Replies: 1
Views: 165
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Unplug the sensor; see if that makes a difference.

Unplug the sensor; see if that makes a difference.
Forum: General 675 discussion   01-08-20, 07:18
Replies: 3
Views: 213
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
:thumbsup:

:thumbsup:
Forum: General 675 discussion   01-07-20, 17:46
Replies: 3
Views: 213
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
It's not at all a dumb question, as the various...

It's not at all a dumb question, as the various OEMs are quite reluctant to publish certain dimensions. When I get an inquiry about a new model of bike, one of my first questions is, "What's the...
Forum: Maintenance and repair   12-15-19, 11:46
Replies: 4
Views: 354
Posted By TTRIgnitionSystems
Agreed. Strip and spray out the right switch...

Agreed. Strip and spray out the right switch block with WD40, see what that gets you.
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