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Tiger Sport 660 Main Chat / Re: declaring mods to insurance?
« Last post by twotigers on Today at 09:18 am »
A note from my insurance company Carol Nash -

Important Notice To Policyholders
MODIFICATIONS WE NO LONGER NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
Please see below important information relating to any modifications you may
have on your motorcycle insurance policy.
To make life easier for you and your insurance we have worked with our insurers to agree
that you do not need to tell us if you have the following modifications on your motorcycle:

Adapted For Disability
Bar Ends
Decals/Stickers (unless race replica)
Heated Grips
Road Legal Lights/Indicators/Mirrors
Screen Changes
Seat cowl/Single Seat Units
Tail Tidy
Grab Rails
Luggage System/panniers
Belly Pan
Debadged
Rearsets
Engine Casing Guards
Radiator Bars
End Can - provided road legal, not performance enhancing and costs no more than the
manufacturers original. This doesn't cover After-Market Exhaust System and must not have any
performance enhanced modifications
Air Filters Changes
Braided Hoses
Grippers
Huggers
Scott Oiler
Seats - Replacement
Sissy Bar (Long Back Rest)
Tank Pads
Crash Bars
Crash Bungs
Chain Guards
Foot Rests
Steering Damper
Electronic Ignition
If your documents state 'No' to modifications:
If you have any modification which is listed above, you don't need to contact us to change
your documents
If your modification is not listed above, please contact us
If your documents state 'YES' to modifications:
If your modification is listed above, again you do not need to contact us to correct your
documents.
If your modification is not listed above and is incorrect or missing, please contact us.
Adding a modification:
If you decide to modify your motorcycle throughout the term of your policy and it's not
listed above, please contact us. If it is listed above you do not need to let us know
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Tiger Sport 660 Main Chat / Re: software update available
« Last post by Tiger Rob on Today at 06:01 am »
Just had the update done and all the functions work it plays shuffles forward and back just no sound from the headset !!

Its further than I got before the update but still a pretty poor show from Triumph I think !!
dealer not interested in the least !! its a triumph issue was all I got so ill ring them today and have the bluetooth module removed and just use the Garmin XT for nav, music and Phone calls
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Maintenance and Servicing / Re: Handlebar Torque Specs
« Last post by J-G on Today at 12:21 am »
 :763:

*Originally Posted by Njabngrunt [+]


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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Alloy levers
« Last post by Arnas-m on Yesterday at 08:39 pm »
So i installed oem triumph levers,clutch lever fits like a glove, but as expected had to do some modification to brake lever to engage brake switch and now it fitts perfect  :028:  A9628053

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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: 17 Tooth Front Sprocket
« Last post by BillyHey on Yesterday at 06:42 pm »
*Originally Posted by Tiger Rob [+]
Still trying to find somewhere in the Uk that can supply a 17 tooth front sprocket but no luck
Anyone point me in the right direction please

Rob

JT Sprockets JTF565.17 17T Steel Front Sprocket https://amzn.eu/d/2WCrGEx
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*Originally Posted by Tiger Rob [+]
Still trying to find somewhere in the Uk that can supply a 17 tooth front sprocket but no luck
Anyone point me in the right direction please

Rob
I ordered here
https://www.britishlegends.fr/en/trident-660-front-sprocket.html
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: 17 Tooth Front Sprocket
« Last post by Tiger Rob on Yesterday at 05:56 pm »
Still trying to find somewhere in the Uk that can supply a 17 tooth front sprocket but no luck
Anyone point me in the right direction please

Rob
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Tiger Sport 660 Main Chat / Re: declaring mods to insurance?
« Last post by mustangpilot on Yesterday at 04:49 pm »
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Tiger Sport 660 Main Chat / declaring mods to insurance?
« Last post by BillyHey on Yesterday at 03:50 pm »
It's renewal time for my insurance, and I'm wondering does everyone declare all mods to their insurer?  Mine are all fairly minor, rack, panniers, heated grips etc, but some insurers do ask and have them listed as declarable mods.  When I add them into a comparison website I get some companies who won't even quote.

I know some folk have also changed sprokets and suspension, just wondering if they just keep quiet and hope no one notices in the event of an accident.

Do insurers in places like the US/Canada/Australia even care?
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