What I did on my day off

RockOn

Supercharged
Joined
Feb 22, 2018
Messages
378
Location
Escondido, CA
Ride
2006 Triumph Rocket III Classic
Seeing that gorgeous silver engine reminds me of a question.......are there mechanical and/or other differences between the silver and black engines? :unsure:
 

Tal

Living Legend
Joined
Dec 20, 2015
Messages
4,495
Location
Christchurch, New Zealand
Ride
2020 Triumph Rocket 3 GT...Black.
I had a rivet on my right side jardine can rattling. There are two rivets which hold the baffle in. I whacked the head off both rivets and pulled the baffle out and started the bike just to see how noisy it was...she is loud!!!...too loud for me i'm thinking..neighbors and all so i put it back and riveted it in good and tight!....Was tempted to take the baffles out of both sides and go for a ride but something stopped me...it also may upset the tune having no back pressure?...not too sure..
 

DarkRocket

.020 Over
Joined
Jul 5, 2020
Messages
13
Location
Portchester
Ride
custom triumph rocket in black
find out who wanted the bars yet if not my sons looking for the upgraded ones not the cheap flimsy ones for his o5 rocket,let me know what they are worth to you
Hi I know this is an old post, but I saw your question about the Craftride spacers and it looked like nobody answered. I have the four smaller ones and a larger aluminium one.
Could you please tell me where they go. I'm guessing behind the lower brackets to space them out a bit. Also need to know which side the single spacer goes. Any help would be appreciated.
 

Ishrub

Retired and loving it!
Joined
Feb 18, 2016
Messages
7,356
Location
Duffy, Canberra, ACT, AUSTRALIA
Ride
R3 Roadster,Sprint ST 1050 ABS, BMW R100RS sidecar
I posted the instruction sheet with photos awhile ago


They came with my first set US Outlaw branded set on eBay from the Germany based Bike Connection Warehouse (B.C.W.) and they use their B.C.W. Trademark US Outlaw for Fehling product lines including sissy bars, racks, engine bars etc.

Look familiar? Craftride's version is just another re-branding exercise as well.
Link:
US * Outlaw but they do not havea link to instructions.:(:banghead:

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Look familiar? Craftride's version is just another re-branding exercise as well.
Link:
US * Outlaw

General survey of our fields of activity
As a mail-order specialist with twice a day shipping we are well equipped to respond to customer inquiries and orders that may also come from abroad. Orders by e-mail or telephone are processed quickly. After receipt of payment the goods are packed in our warehouse and immediatlely shipped. Due to our many years of experience in the motorcycle sector, problems can often be solved quickly.

Our products can be ordered directly by phone or e-mail as well as via our eBay shop. Collection at our location is is possible on weekdays by agreement. Payment is required in advance by Paypal or bank transfer, cash on delivery or cash on collection.


Address
Bike Connection Warehouse
Helmut Karrasch
Gennaer Str. 56b
58642 Iserlohn

Phone Number / Fax Number
Fon: +49 (0)2374 / 169450
Fax: +49 (0)2374 / 505887

Email
info@bike-connection-warehouse.de






My second set are identical and were sold as Fehling by another European eBay seller. The RHS one from this set is now fitted as well.
I bent the original when I dropped my bike at about 30-40kmh on a bad mountain dirt back road last October when the front end washed out on a corner. They did a good job though I continued to ride another 400 Km of mountain roads that day before replacing and going on a 1600 trip to the RDU a week later.

A great week of catching up and travels.
 

CrzystghndKC

Triumph guy happy he didn't work for Harley.
Joined
Feb 18, 2017
Messages
965
Location
Kansas City Mo.
Ride
Triumph: 2005 & 2011 R3 Roadster
I posted the instruction sheet with photos awhile ago

D*mn that's why I love this forum so much info here. Well done @Ishrub.
 
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