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Old 31st December 2023, 18:52   #1576
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Re: Triumph Speed 400 Review

I am getting a squeaky sound from the cables that go inside the fork, when turning the handlebar. Anyone else facing such an issue? Any solution?
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Old 2nd January 2024, 11:52   #1577
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Hey man, got this message last week. Still no update. I'm expecting it to be delivered by next week.

Will update here once I get the RC card.
Finally! Got the RC by speed post today.

But as I'd mentioned in my post, the keerthi agent messed up my pin code. I had already escalated this to the team but no action was taken.

When I get the time, I'll look into how to get this rectified.
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Old 2nd January 2024, 17:19   #1578
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Finally! Got the RC by speed post today.

But as I'd mentioned in my post, the keerthi agent messed up my pin code. I had already escalated this to the team but no action was taken.

When I get the time, I'll look into how to get this rectified.
I handed over my RC card to the SA at Keerthi for correcting my name and address. This was done on 20th December and am currently waiting for an update.
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Old 2nd January 2024, 20:14   #1579
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I handed over my RC card to the SA at Keerthi for correcting my name and address. This was done on 20th December and am currently waiting for an update.
Thanks for sharing! I thought they could just do it online.. wasn't sure if I had to hand over my RC card. That's disappointing. Looks like I'll have to go bug the folks at Keerthi again
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I am getting a squeaky sound from the cables that go inside the fork, when turning the handlebar. Anyone else facing such an issue? Any solution?
This is a common occurrence and happens to a lot of bikes. Try manipulating the cables by moving them around and see if that resolves the issue. There must be a point where the cables rub against each other or a panel/part. A little grease might also help.
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Old 3rd January 2024, 13:41   #1581
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Re: Triumph Speed 400 Review

In the 1st service, BUB SC flashed an update on my S400 post which I could see Offroad mode in the menu/settings. I spoke to the SC engineer and he mentioned that the update is taken as per VIN number and so not a chance that they ight have flashed Scrambler software on my S400.

Anyone else has seen this new offroad mode in settings post software update (Nov'23)?
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Old 3rd January 2024, 14:25   #1582
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Re: Triumph Speed 400 Review

When the bike stalls, does the 'low oil pressure warning' light up for any of you folks? Yesterday I did notice. I'll check if it recurs and then visit the SC.
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Old 3rd January 2024, 14:38   #1583
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Re: Triumph Speed 400 Review

This is normal and along expected lines. For reference from manual:
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Old 3rd January 2024, 14:45   #1584
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In the 1st service, BUB SC flashed an update on my S400 post which I could see Offroad mode in the menu/settings. I spoke to the SC engineer and he mentioned that the update is taken as per VIN number and so not a chance that they ight have flashed Scrambler software on my S400.

Anyone else has seen this new offroad mode in settings post software update (Nov'23)?
I had asked Riya Triumph about this when they flashed my ECU again for the DTE fix, but they said there was no offroad mode for Speed 400.
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Old 3rd January 2024, 23:50   #1585
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This bike is the best thing happened to person of my size, middle class and biking community in general. Its fit and finish is impeccable and among the biggies in Triumph showroom, it does not feel outclassed. Considering our roads, I don't need anything more.

Thanks a lot.
Hearty congratulations sir. Coming back to biking at your age and then getting to relive your youth. Nothing like it. Your last line summed it up best. I wish you many a happy and safe mile ahead. Ride hard and Ride safe!
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Old 4th January 2024, 00:08   #1586
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When the bike stalls, does the 'low oil pressure warning' light up for any of you folks? Yesterday I did notice. I'll check if it recurs and then visit the SC.
This is isnt specific to the stalling issue. You will see the oil pressure warning light up even if you use the engine kill switch. It is the normal shut off procedure.
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Old 5th January 2024, 15:20   #1587
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Re: Triumph Speed 400 Review

For the last 2 refills, I have started to use premium petrol versions (HP Speed and Indian Oil X95) - I see change in vibrations and acceleration is even smoother. The mileage is also better, last I got was 33 KMPL on mostly city/ partially open roads. Definitely worth a try. I know some people who always prefer premium petrol over normal one.

Even I have started to use premium petrol in my Honda City, mileage has increased from 11.5 to 13.5KMPL in city with even more smoother engine.
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Old 7th January 2024, 13:25   #1588
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Re: Triumph Speed 400 Review

Installed Carbon Racing Pull Back Handle Bar Riser


I have ordered the Carbon Racing Pull Back Handle Risers for a more comfortable mile munching. My height is 5’7” and the distance between the seat and handle bar required me to lean a little. After installing the risers the seating posture is more upright with less stress on the shoulders.

This is the stock set up…
Triumph Speed 400 Review-0b5668890a9841829bd5721a794d795e.png

After installing…
Triumph Speed 400 Review-img_6972.jpeg

Posture after installation
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Installed the risers myself at home. The installation is pretty straightforward. The stock cables were sufficient, no need to change any cables. And there is no tension while moving the handlebar. But the cables are almost at their limit. After installing, took the bike for a little ride. It felt nice on the wrist and shoulders. Overall I am happy with it.

But the quality of the risers could have been better. The paint quality is not up to the mark and there is some gap between the clamp and the risers even after using full torque. I hope Carbon Racing fine tune their product in the coming batches.
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Old 11th January 2024, 14:31   #1589
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When I visited BUB Triumph Chinchwad on 29 Dec, they informed me that the current service camp was initiated for 3 things: ECU update (new version released around 45 days ago), console issues (DTE and fuel gauge error), and some parts inspection for "warranty issues". The camp started on 18 Dec and they said they are making calls to all initial S400 owners nation-wide to call them for this camp. They are also making these updates for all walk-ins and routine first/second service visitors.
So in case you haven't serviced your bike after 18 Dec, please do call your local service center and ask about this camp. Hopefully the current ECU update should sort this issue.
This is true. My first service was done around November start. They called me and asked me to get the bike updated. This happened yesterday and ever since there hasn't been any stalling issues.
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Old 11th January 2024, 15:32   #1590
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Re: Triumph Speed 400 Review

I am unsure if this is an issue or not but here goes. Hearing this ticking noise from the engine after running for about 20 mins. T Not sure if other Speed 400 owners have a similar issue? Please do let me know.
Myself and another 400X owner are facing this on the forum as far as i know.

My vehicle - 400X


Couple of other similar cases.

Case 1:
Speed 400
https://www.reddit.com/r/indianbikes...ke_sound_from/

Case 2: Speed 400 - Apparently this guys vehicle has been in the service center for more than 20 days now without any concrete root cause provided.
https://www.reddit.com/r/indianbikes...0_issue_is_it/

The only common thing between the bikes has been the color all 3 are red.
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