5 questions from our users
It's a Scrambler question - the heat from the upswept pipes is too much in the Sydney summer heat - do the Arrow two into one pipes make a difference to the heat on my legs?
Sorry I can't answer that question. I only have experience with the Street Twin. I would wrap around the Srambler pipes if possible. Deus in Camperdown certainly has some ideas for you.
Hi, Since fitting nitro air shocks to my 2009 Bonneville mag I've experienced some steering wobble. What's your thoughts? Thanks .
Hi, Trumpet, I have had no problems with nitro shocks, standing at the rear of your bike check the distance wheel rim to frame on both sides, I can only think wheel could be out of line, also mounting bolts are fully tightened, regards George.
Does a speedster sissybar fit the 2003 triumph bonniville ?,.... Thanks very much
No wont fit,
Hi Rick, sorry but it will not fit due to the difference in the width of the rear guards on these two bikes.
I have a 2008 t100 SE and want to go to after market pipes (exhausts). What can you recommend? I enjoy loud pipes.
I have tried two types of after market exhaust systems, and find Arrow make the best system , east to tune in and well made, also looks great.
Hi Rick, we recommend the use of Arrow exhaust pipes. Arrow pipes have been made in conjunction with Triumph to ensure that they ECU tune get the best out of your bike and pipes alike. No other pipes are officially tested or have specific tunes developed to suit the Triumph ECU. All the best.
Hey guys know exactly what you're talking about re hard seat. i ditched the original and replaced with an American Mustang. Similar to the Triumph King/Queen seat but far better looking. more comfy and suits the lines of the bike. Not cheap about AUD 700 delivered via Ebay. Can now go from 50km sore tush to 300km
G'day ive brought a T100 2004 bonnie sometimes it sounds like something is starting up on the engine any ideas? thanks Lloyd
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