|Pro Shift Kit - Virtually eliminate missed shifts|
Triples from the middle 2000's 955 and 1050
Speed Triple 02-08
Sprint RS 02-04
Sprint ST 02-10
bike's VIN at your dealer's -
This kit replaces:
T1190592 arm and T1190598
Virtually eliminate missed shifts.
Help eliminate false neutrals in the upper gears.
Find neutral easier.
Help prevent shift fork and gear dog damage caused by missed shifts.
Funny thing about this kit...... once you install it, it fixes the shift action and, due to human nature, the rider forgets it's ever there....... (until you ride another bike)
The kit requires 1-2 hours to install. Installation involves removing and replacing the clutch basket to install the new shift parts.
As of 04/12, use a factory Triumph Service manual section regarding clutch basket R&R - there are no Factory Pro installation instructions (need a bike to document install)
Billet Velocity Stacks
TRIUMPH DAYTONA 955I 955 2002 - 2006 (97-06 stacks)
TRIUMPH SPEED TRIPLE 955 2002 - 2008 (94-13 stacks)
TRIUMPH SPRINT GT 955 (10-13 stacks)
TRIUMPH SPRINT ST 955 2002 - 2010 (99-13 stacks)
TRIUMPH SPRINT RS 955 2002 - 2004 (99-04 stacks)
Tiger Sport (13 stacks)
Tiger 1050 (06-13 stacks)
Speed Triple 1050 (94-13 stacks)
Speed Triple R (11-13 stacks)
Have a "properly tuned" 955i? Still won't take full throttle at low rpm? Still sounds like it's gargling with socks in the airbox? Esp. in 2nd gear, "in-town" operation?
We richened and leaned the fuel , advanced and retarded the ignition timing and never totally fixed the low rpm "business" on the, otherwise stellar, (I think that the Cannondale / Sagem fiasco hurt Sagem in the mc industry........)
This mod allowed us to finally make the bike run smoothly at cruise rpm / small throttle opening.
Incidentally, the Sagem fuel injection worked fine - IF properly
tuned. Tuning the FI with Tuneboy or TuneECU is the only way to get things "BEST. A power commander
will make it better, but not as well as properly tuned with Tuneboy.
And if it's a power commander custom "tuned to an af ratio....... and not to "best power", you're missing a lot........
The dealer's Triumph tunes were maybe OK for the bike that they were made on, but, as we all know (or will know), each bike is an individual and one can't expect a "blanket" tune to make all bikes run perfectly (even with the same accessories installed). It's probable that manufacturers have to do emissions testing on each "tune" to allow the dealer to change the "tune", but it's only by chance that a bike will be perfect with a dealer downloaded "tune" (but it does give online owners groups a lot to talk about).....
Anyhow, this is how I installed some of our Superflare stacks on a 955 and was able to use Tuneboy to make it run nice at low rpm and stop that annoying "gargling" at cruise in town.
I don't expect that everybody will be annoyed by the "gargling" and full throttle / low rpm bogginess - it's something that annoys the heck out of us that it annoys -
2 V45.3 stacks
These will have to be purchased direct from Factory Pro / 415
9-5 pac time, M-F.
#3 rubber will have to be hand trimmed to clear the inside of the airbox, also.
Since I was at the tuning building, and not the machine shop, you'll see that I
hit the belt sander on MY prototype (not yours!).......... The 2.235" / 56.8mm stack width is a good number and
if you are off a mm or so, it's fine.
If I could figure out a way to mod the rubber nicely, I'd sell a set of pre-made stacks. I can't figure out how do it to cost effectively, so if you want to fix the running, you'll have to do the rubber mod or the person doing the installation will have to do the stack and rubber mods. On the rubber mod, it's just the part that in on the inside of the airbox. Test fit the rubber and you'll see.
Needless to say....... there are no guarantees, no warranties, no implied warranties, no unimplied warranties, no warranties of fitness for any purpose, no fitment warranties or any responsibility for what you do in your spare time, your wife, your kids, the dog, your neighbors, your boss, your in-laws, your truck, etc. All taxes and duties are the responsibility of the user and so on.......... I'm not forcing you to buy this stuff that doesn't fit a triumph... yadda... yadda.... yadda...... (and yes, Marc Salvisberg wrote this....)
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Grant Kei's 2004 955i
alloy stack / adapter rubber concept patented
Top view of stack
Bottom view of stack
Upper edge (the part that's inside the airbox) trim
These are the Sprint stock stacks. Ours are a bit shorter.
The stock rubber Daytona stacks are a bit shorter than our billet 60mm stacks.
I think that the stock Sprint rubber stacks are a bit too long and the shorter stock Daytona rubber stacks are a bit too short...........
Hey Marc, I got the velocity stacks in the mail Thursday and put them on today. One thing I noticed; the factory stacks on my Daytona are already significantly shorter than the ones that were pictured from the Sprint on the website? In fact, they were even shorter than the ones I just installed from you. Haven't had time to go for a real ride to see what changed on the bike, but I'm going to assume that I'll loose some top-end while gaining a bunch of mid-range. Thoughts?
6/25/07 Marc Salvisberg <email@example.com> wrote:
My thoughts? Ride the bike...... :-)
(They should! Marc)
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