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  1. Parts
    2010 Triumph Street Triple R Shock - Perfect Condition - 08 09 10 11 12 Stock Kayaba Street Triple R shock $180 shipped within continental US. Only used for 1.5K from original owner - perfect condition. Never ended up swapping this into my Street Triple. The shock is a direct replacement for...
  2. Introductions
    HI, New to the forum, looking if anyone would give me some advise. Just got a Street Triple R, looking for a descent exhaust that is not too loud. but still sounds great. Any opinions please? Thanks :grin2::grin2:
  3. The Street Triple 675!
    Hi Everyone, I am new member from Auckland, New Zealand. This is my first post so please go easy on me and please forgive me if I have not followed something (acronyms etc.) properly Motorcycling community (or any community) is very small in NZ and hence very hard to get help or advise from...
  4. Introductions
    Hi all fellow triumph riders! My name is Sean or TSPOON. I started riding at the very start of this past season on a 2009 Ninja 250r. Prior to that, I had zilch riding experience (unless you count a bicycle) ;). I took it very seriously; I took the Motorycyle Safety Course at my local dealer...
  5. The Street Triple 675!
    I have a 2014 Street Triple R and one problem... apparently I'm built like a T-Rex. So I'm looking for about 1.5" more rise and 1.5" more pullback than the stock bars. My first attempt were Rox Speed Fx 2" pivot risers. Despite manufacturer claims, they do not actually fit a 2014 R. Asymmetrical...
  6. The Street Triple 675!
    OK, let me START by saying that fuel economy was NOT on my list of wishes for a new bike, nor did I care about it 1/2 hour ago, when I was assaulting the twisties in rural NH- just a bit up the road. BUT, I am getting 50.5+ MPG on this beast in the heat of Summer, with warmed up tires on a still...
  7. The Street Triple 675!
    2014 Street Triple R Dyno Results: Stock 95.12HP/44.52TRQ CRM slip-on stock mapping 97.48HP/46.14TRQ CRM slip-on with Triumph Arrow Map 97.23HP/45.95TRQ Air Fuel Better with Stock Mapping - no need to retune with CRM slip-on www.chainreactionmoto.com
  8. The Street Triple 675!
    tomorrow i will be flying out to Hawaii, anyone here live there or have been? im looking at hiring a bike? but the only good bikes i can find are harleys! not like thats a bad thing it just ive never taken one out before! im sure it will be fine, does anyone know any good road ?
  9. Repair/Troubleshooting
    Hello everyone I few weeks ago I had an unfortunate and unexpected meeting with a ditch off of an unlit road. The result ended in a few things cracked and bruised here and there, the main issue being my inner fork tubes (broken completely off). Gerry from GP Frame & Wheel (Woodland, Ca) is able...
  10. Introductions
    Been lusting for a Street Triple since I first started riding, five years ago. Last week, the match was finally made. Found a lovely example and my wife told me to get it. 2011 Street Triple R in phantom black with gold wheels. Under 9k miles. I can now retire from lurking Craigslist.
  11. 675 Photos
    Some shots of the my new bike.
  12. The Street Triple 675!
    I've seen this topic come up a few times and here's the way I've worked around the problem with a couple of washers. http://justinpenney.com/2012/08/13/crg-mirrors-on-a-triumph-street-triple-r/
  13. Parts
    These are adjustable brake and clutch long levers in black with red adjusters. http://www.pure-triumph.com/products/1874 Bought brand new a month ago from dealership and found out later they weren't made for 675R (only clutch will fit). Too late to return now so hoping to send them off and...
  14. Parts
    I'm trying to sell my ASV C5 Shorty Brake & Clutch Unbreakables, Gold with Black adjusters. They are CNC Machined with a 5 year warrantee from ASV (from original date of purchase, mid-2009?). Together they were $250 brand new, obviously not brand new anymore but in great shape. I believe $150...
  15. The Street Triple 675!
    so from my understanding, what sets apart the street triple r from the base street triple are the brakes/suspension which is basically from a stock Daytona 675. -Is there a list of the EXACT things I need to get off a D675 to do this conversion? -Is there a DIY to actually do this conversion?
  16. The Street Triple 675!
    How does the street triple r stand up to the jap 600s, on both the street and the track? Any comments from people that have tracked or raced the triple against some of the big 4 jap bikes would be appreciated. I am contemplating a cbr600rr or a street triple r. Would be using it for mostly city...
  17. The Street Triple 675!
    Does anyone know where I could pick up a used 09 r? Damn these things are uncommon used, probably because they are great bikes and 2009 is relativley new but still. Craigslist seems to have the largest selection from the websites I have looked at. I also have been checking the classifieds. Any...
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