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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Handle Bar End Weights
« Last post by John660 on Yesterday at 04:13 am »
Thanks for the link, I just brought home a new tiger 660 sport last week and noticed my right hand not my left getting numb.
I’m going to order those bar end weights.
Any updates are much appreciated!

And for anyone genuinely interested, postal rates vary by country and may be a bit cheaper depending on destination. Also if you want them both, combining the two items into one package would make it cheaper, I suppose. Anyway, if interested, PM and I'll check the details.
Sorry, I did not realize, the expectation's on me to offer free shipping, but you can come and pick them yourself. The beer's on me.
And by the way, to save on your trip you can come by bike.
Or maybe not, because I live on an island.
But nothing may stop the cheap folk from swimming. :001:

You made my day!
Give me £20 and I will of course post them....lol
Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Handle Bar End Weights
« Last post by Stevegr on Dec 08, 2023, 12.00 pm »
I put Evotech Preformance on my TTS660.
No more numb right hand and they are designed to fit with the Triumph handguards.

Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Lowering link
« Last post by John660 on Dec 07, 2023, 08.16 pm »
*Originally Posted by ZenMotorider [+]
There are several options for lowering the bike.

mustangpilot told us of his experience with 20mm FreeSpirits lowering link in the older thread here:

His comments were a good reference point and I followed the same route, with lowering the front end by 15 mm.

Other options are FreeSpirits copycat links on AliExpress, cheaper, but I am not quite sure they come with a needle bearing. If anyone has tried, let us know.

A third option is a 30 mm lowering link found on ebay and other sites. (e.g. https://www.ebay.com/itm/225061108243).

Finally, there is the German MIZU, which lowers the bike 25-30mm https://www.mizu-shop.de/en/motorbike-parts/chassis-technology/lowering-kits/MIZU-lowering-kit-3022016.html,
but it requires the disassembly of the shock and mounting it at the end, which my Triumph dealer, despite being quite accommodating with my other requests, refused to do.

One of the problems of lowering the bike is that in order to lift the side stand, the bike has to stand almost vertical, otherwise the stand hits the ground, when trying to fold it.
When I am pushing the bike around, I stand on the left side, and I have to be very careful not to tip-over the bike, when folding the stand.

Does anyone have recommendation for a shorter side stand? My search did not turn up anything labelled for use on the Tiger or the Trident 660.

Thanks for the list,

I found a company out of the Netherlands called hyperpro that sells a progressive rear shock spring that lowers the rear shock 25mm?

The way to lower automobiles is through springs, why don’t we see that options on bikes?

I recently changed to the 17 Tooth Front Sprocket. I've only done about 600 miles thus far. No issues - No problems - No error codes. I have a 2023 model year.
Hi all,

I am offering for free (for the cost of shipping only) chinese engine crash sliders and engine protection covers.
I got them while waiting for the delivery of a crash-bar and another brand of protection covers, but ended up not using them.
The items are similar to these:
1. Engine sliders: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005003768855838.html
2. Engine covers: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005004867193048.html. The small (crankshaft) cover is missing.

A quick check showed that the cost of shipping of each item from Japan to most places would be about 3800 yen (25 EUR, 26 USD, 20 GBP) without tracking option.
With tracking it gets too expensive and hardly makes sense, but if anyone's interested, I can check that too.
I can accept PayPal or WISE transfer.

If anyone is interested in those, please PM me. I can send pictures.

Ride safe!

Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Handle Bar End Weights
« Last post by mcguy660 on Dec 07, 2023, 04.15 am »
Hey, all you Triumph Tiger Sport 660 riders.
These bar end weights from HVMP Inc. work much better than the weights I first used from EVO Performance. Give Steve a buzz at info@hvmp.com or at website www.HVMP.com.
I think you will be very pleased with the decrease in vibration. I don't work for the company but have used these products on a Honda NT650, a Suzuki Burgman 650, and now my 2022 660 with excellent results.
Don Branson 2022 Tiger Sport 660
Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Corbin Seat
« Last post by John660 on Dec 07, 2023, 02.07 am »
Thanks for the update, I exchanged multiple emails with Corbin this week trying to find out the seat height difference and the only thing the rep could tell me about the corbin seat was that he thought it looked 1.5 to 2 inches taller than the stock seat.

Corbin customer service is just basically people playing make believe.

Thanks again for the updates.
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