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Old 26th February 2016, 12:31   #961
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Anyone knows how long does it takes to get a duplicate key from company. I lost my fuel cap and handle lock key, I have duplicate for booth but I am not sure if I can get a duplicate for fuel lock although I have the key no for fuel cap as well as handle lock.
Too early in the ownership to be losing keys, eh!

Since you already have the duplicate for the tank it might be worthwhile getting a key duplicator to replicate it. No point going through Triumph. I mostly leave the tank unlocked now due to the trouble of taking out keys everytime I need a refill on the trip. For the main key my guess is not less than 45 days. I remember being told it gets ordered from UK.

Regarding the bhp differences, I remember reading through triumphrat extensively (many times over!) and many other forums but could not get anything that points to differences in parts, including airbox restriction like that for the stripple. In all probability it is just a difference in how its measured. A high breathing and exhaling setup, remap and air injection removal should make the ride smoother.

I'm definitely getting rid of the AI once my warranty is over, the lunginess at low speed and suspension are my two main gripes with the motorcycle.

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Old 26th February 2016, 13:32   #962
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, I have duplicate for booth but I am not sure if I can get a duplicate for fuel lock although I have the key no for fuel cap as well as handle lock.
Why do you want to do that (going to Triumph for duplicates) - both these keys are normal keys with out any transponder embedded. You can easily get a copy key made from one of the better key makers in any of the major cities in India. Just as Sting suggests

Use those (copies) on a regular basis and preserve the original duplicates for the sake of OEM/Originality.

Unless you want splurge some more money with Triumph

Best Regards & Ride Safe

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Yes for the sake of oem, I want the originals. I will be getting blanks for booth and get them cut here, still it's going to be 2k for them and waiting period of 30-45 days
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Anyone managed to get a test drive of the street twins/T120s? Upon inquiry last month the new ones were to be available by the end of Feb 2016.

@mobike008: Had I joined the forum when you bought the bonneville I would've bombarded you with questions Excellent ownership thread on the Black Bruiser!
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Received this in my mail today. Hopefully they will start test rides after 5th March
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My Triumph Bonneville. EDIT: Sold!-bonnie.jpg  

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Enjoy the TOR music!

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Enjoy the TOR music!
JKD, is it really the TOR? Sounds sweet, in fact the only aftermarket pipes that I liked. Can you please give more details.

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Received this in my mail today. Hopefully they will start test rides after 5th March
Looks like simultaneous release of Street Twin in country.

I got exact same image invitation (via. Whatsapp) for same date and time in Hyderabad

Actually on second thoughts, time mentioned was 5:00pm
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Looks like simultaneous release of Street Twin in country.

I got exact same image invitation (via. Whatsapp) for same date and time in Hyderabad

Actually on second thoughts, time mentioned was 5:00pm
I too got a call from Bangalore dealer. The time mentioned was 12:00pm onwards same day
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JKD, is it really the TOR? Sounds sweet, in fact the only aftermarket pipes that I liked. Can you please give more details.
Yes. TOR's are slip-on's. Think it costs 22-25k. There is also remap for TOR but I am yet to get it. Will get one this month when I take it for service.
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Yes. TOR's are slip-on's. Think it costs 22-25k. There is also remap for TOR but I am yet to get it. Will get one this month when I take it for service.
Would you mind posting a better video clip. The earlier one was very short and inverted. Frankly, the ones I've heard on the net did not appeal to me at all, but this sounded quite bassy and good. Will be great if you could put up a longer clip. Thanks a bunch
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Yes. TOR's are slip-on's. Think it costs 22-25k. There is also remap for TOR but I am yet to get it. Will get one this month when I take it for service.
JK, where did you procure TOR in India? Yeah, I too would be keen to hear a better video of these slip-ons

And share some more pics of your Bonnie man....Haven't seen your bike yet...

Cheers !!!
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JK, where did you procure TOR in India?
Triumph sells it TOR stands for Triumph Off Road, they are not stock and street legal so sold as accessory. Two of my friends have the same silencer.

Looks same as OE, only the exit hole is slightly different. But sounds gorgeous.
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Triumph sells it TOR stands for Triumph Off Road, they are not stock and street legal so sold as accessory. Two of my friends have the same silencer.
Jaggu is this the same pipes that Triumph has been selling from the time they launched in India? There was a pipe priced similarly at 20-22K which also required a small ECU remap?

Or, is this TOR a new offering from Triumph?
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Jaggu is this the same pipes that Triumph has been selling from the time they launched in India? There was a pipe priced similarly at 20-22K which also required a small ECU remap?
It is the same one that is/was sold by Triumph. Don't remember about remap part though.
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