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Old 4th March 2024, 13:56   #1696
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Re: Triumph Speed 400 Review

Update: So finally I got my Speed's software updated to the latest version. Some of you might recall that since the last SW update, I started seeing offroad option on my Speed and this was due to them mistakenly changing the vehicle variant. This was was the reason that Scrambler SW was flashed on my bike.

This time, I asked them to first fix this and then flash the newer version. Thankfully now I have got the right SW flashed and dont see the offroad mode anymore. I felt the bike is more eager to launch in first 2 gears but I want to ride longer to discount this as placebo . As per them this update fixes the fueling issue as per many reported.
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Old 4th March 2024, 14:21   #1697
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As per them this update fixes the fueling issue as per many reported.
The fueling issue is mostly fixed now. However, Distance To Empty continues to be as flaky as ever. I don't know what it will take for them to find a good solution.
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Old 5th March 2024, 08:09   #1698
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Ask the ASC if they're willing to install the 400X handlebar, clutch and brake cables.
Has anyone installed it ever? I'm waiting to see a review on how is it and what difference has it made.
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Has anyone installed it ever? I'm waiting to see a review on how is it and what difference has it made.
For such mods, free market availability of oem parts/over the counter sales would be necessary. Else the service centre needs to be open to people changing and swapping parts between the product lines. Is this the case with triumph?
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The ASC at my place is willing. They get extra income.
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The ASC at my place is willing. They get extra income.
Has anyone done a scrambler handlebar on speed 400 there then?
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Old 6th March 2024, 12:01   #1702
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Haven't asked them if anyone else has done. I plan to do it after a few months. They don't have lower engine guards in stock. To reduce multiple visits I plan to get it done when those come, along with few other mods like handguards, mirrors, sump guard, mud kit etc. Will get an ASC chain cleaning done then as well. They would check other things during the visit.
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Old 7th March 2024, 08:13   #1703
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Haven't asked them if anyone else has done. I plan to do it after a few months. They don't have lower engine guards in stock. To reduce multiple visits I plan to get it done when those come, along with few other mods like handguards, mirrors, sump guard, mud kit etc. Will get an ASC chain cleaning done then as well. They would check other things during the visit.
Awesome. Please do post once your mods are done. Waiting for inputs before doing it on my bike too.
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Has anyone enquired about double barrel silencer for speed 400? I recently checked the official website seems like itís been removed from there. I was really looking forward to it.
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Hi, my first post here at TeamBHP.

I have bought my 400X from Riya Triumph, Surat on 26 Feb 2024.
Till now I have not received any paperwork document from them except for the insurance copy (which was done within 15 minutes of payment).

Its been 2 weeks and still no update about RTO registration. I've been calling the dealer but now they've stopped picking up my phone calls.

It took me 1 week of follow up phone calls just to get the invoice from them. They did not give me the booklet that you mentioned either (saying that they don't have it in stock).

I have lodged a complaint through the "Triumph India" app, also shot an email to customer.care@triumphmotorcycles.in

Could you please help me with how I can escalate this issue and expedite the process? I had not expected this kind of treatment and negligence from the showroom.
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I guess this is the video. I agree, the colour looks so good on the bike. I wish I had this option while buying the bike.

Wow this paint scheme looks smashing. Validates my feeling that the bike should have been offered with monochrome tank paint scheme. The current black decal kind of robs the bike of its retro appeal. A metallic dark green, blue or teal color would have looked awesome.

How much does a similar respray cost including RTO charges if any?
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Any idea if this custom colour will be available in Bengaluru?
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Vinyl wrapping could be another option for these custom colours.
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But, how did the dealership achieve this 'factory finish'? Im amazed
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For such mods, free market availability of oem parts/over the counter sales would be necessary.
Here at Pune they dont really stop you from buying parts unless they have really low stock of critical parts they would need for a big repair job. I was able to get the scrambler grab rails off the counter and they were even ok with me fitting it myself.

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But, how did the dealership achieve this 'factory finish'? Im amazed
As far as I know there are quite a few custom designs and these are being painted in the factory, not by the dealer. It started with the scrambler 400x anniversary edition where even the exhaust was modified and then they moved to tank paint jobs.

You can also choose your own colour combo and they will get it painted for you apparently. I have seen 2-3 speeds and 3-4 scramblers with such paint jobs being shared in the Pune group already. As far as I know, it costs 15-25k (depending on complexity) to get the custom paint job and since it is done at the factory, there is no quality loss.

Attached a few examples that were shared in the dealer's group (there were a few more but WhatsApp search is pain):

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