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Old 13th April 2016, 15:32   #1036
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Ok, do collect it. Never know when you will need them.
And do try to find out which map they used and how it was selected.
I collected the OE silencers over the weekend, cleaned, repacked and stored them to be used when needed. I got the information that the tune number used was 020507.
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Some pix which was taken 2years ago! Not sure if I have posted this before though .
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Hey Bonnie owners; Check out my report of

Triumph Bonneville SE vs. Kawasaki Versys 650

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/superb...ml#post4041636

Hope you like it and be kind enough to highlight if my feedback is incorrect in any manner
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Where can i get headlight ears like this for my T100? (found this pic on pinterest)
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Where can i get headlight ears like this for my T100? (found this pic on pinterest)
Cheapest option - take them out of your bike (I take that you have a T100) get it chrome plated from a reputed company (there are may good Chrome platers in Bangalore or in Pune, I am sure) and use them.

Or, if you don't want to work with the originals on your bike, buy some thing from ebay or so - get it plated and use them - see the two links below

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3220231911...099&rmvSB=true

http://www.ebay.ie/itm/TRIUMPH-BONNE...kAAOSwNRdX82ie

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Looking to replace my Bonneville's battery. Any idea where I can get the battery in Bangalore outside of the service center? The service center mentioned 2-3 weeks for obtaining the battery.
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Looking to replace my Bonneville's battery. Any idea where I can get the battery in Bangalore outside of the service center? The service center mentioned 2-3 weeks for obtaining the battery.
If you know the battery specs such as capacity, etc. you can try and source either from Amaron or similar brands.

How much did the service center quote for a new piece though and how long did your factory fitted battery last? When I asked the ASC mechanics, I got varied answers on the battery life, ranging from 3 years to 6 years.
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Looking to replace my Bonneville's battery. Any idea where I can get the battery in Bangalore outside of the service center? The service center mentioned 2-3 weeks for obtaining the battery.
I'm currently using an AC Delco battery. Slightly lower capacity (9AH vs 12AH for stock) but 140ccu. Works perfectly, and cost me 2k.
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If you know the battery specs such as capacity, etc. you can try and source either from Amaron or similar brands.

How much did the service center quote for a new piece though and how long did your factory fitted battery last? When I asked the ASC mechanics, I got varied answers on the battery life, ranging from 3 years to 6 years.
Mine is a Yuasa YTX-12BS. It is a 10 ah battery. The service center was quoting around 6 K. Mine lasted 3 years.

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I'm currently using an AC Delco battery. Slightly lower capacity (9AH vs 12AH for stock) but 140ccu. Works perfectly, and cost me 2k.
Thanks for the tip. I will check this one out.

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What are the Triumph dealers across India charging for the chain clean up and adjusting for Bonnveille? Just want to compare the charges with my dealer in Chandigarh, I think I got a inflated bill this time. But I think charges should be same apart from tax and now with GST it should be same too in future.
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What are the Triumph dealers across India charging for the chain clean up and adjusting for Bonnveille? Just want to compare the charges with my dealer in Chandigarh, I think I got a inflated bill this time. But I think charges should be same apart from tax and now with GST it should be same too in future.
I was charged 201. Bill attached. My Triumph Bonneville. EDIT: Sold!-1498505625896.jpg
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I was charged 201. Bill attached. Attachment 1651532
Thanks, but that's only for lubrication/cleaning and not adjustment. Although that's about right.

Should the charges be same for same work carried across India at Triumph workshop or its upto the dealer to charge whatever charges at it's own will?

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