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TriumphTraitor last won the day on November 29 2019

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  1. Unfortunately not mine, it didn't take long for the designed to get copied. Already tried fighting it but nothing I can do. They do fit the 5th Gen that have the black bezel. But not quite the same as the 6th gen Since the angle of the triple Tree is slightly different. I wish I knew where the forum for it was for the 5th Gen. Sorry!
  2. I bought a 3m clear bra protector that covers the lower front edge of the lower fairing. So farvtgey seem to work alright. But not a significant amount of coverage
  3. Back in stock! https://www.ebay.ca/itm/124793447873?mkevt=1&mkcid=1&mkrid=706-53473-19255-0&campid=5338273189&customid=&toolid=10001&pub=5575378759&icep_ff3=1&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229529&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg
  4. Hey there. I'm hoping to have another 10 made by the end of this week. Just waiting on my manufacturer. They won't be black though, the will be SS. But any black enamel paint will work on them if you wish to paint.
  5. I'm sold out of both the black versions and the versions with the VFR logo on them. But yes, that is my listing! I'm in Newmarket. Bout an hr and a half ish away from Waterloo. If you are interested and wanna pick it up, PM me. We can circumvent eBay
  6. My guess would be between 30 and 50. The prototyped parts where you got the stl file from were printed through a company called proto3000 Www.proto3000.com If you are interested contact Chris mcaloney as he's familiar with the parts.
  7. These spacers are almost like a really firm hi-density foam Material. I'd recommend using a TPU material from the FDM process. This will be the most cost effective approach. You will see some layering, but it will be durable.
  8. That is an unfortunate series of events. I have not personally had this sort of experience. I'm taking a guess that over the years there may have been an update to the shock adjuster and the housing has a different size. The knob you received has a clear plastic base, mine is all solid black throughout. You can adjust the shock without the knob, you will need a wrench to turn the screw in or out. Just be cautious as to not over tighten or loosen the screw. Clockwise increases the preload on the shock making it stiffer and counter clockwise decreases the preload making it softer.
  9. After you get a few more miles under your belt with the rapid bike. I highly recommend updating the % load scales and rpm scales to max out at the limits of where the auto tune is working. This will give you a much more accurate tune as your incriments get smaller. After work I'll take a picture of my tune as an example
  10. Maybe! I plan on heading up to Orleans to visit some family this summer - might be able to work out a meet up spot
  11. Awesome! I just sent it out last night for you. I saw that you were in Ontario and thought I could do a ride-by drop off to save you on shipping, but realized it'd be a 7 hour round trip with nowhere to have a washroom break (thanks provincial lock down). Hope if comes in fast for you! If you have any questions about installation, let me know as I have a short PDF with basic instructions.
  12. Kinda actually digging the whole two-tone look
  13. Beautiful Bike! And, I'm quite envious that you get to store that beauty inside your home!
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