92 Triumph Daytona 1000 discussion forum: RE: the ´Brown Scot!´
RE: the ´Brown Scot!´
Foxy said 2002-11-15 15:30:20
Hi Scott, yea the Husky was frightening really, because when it came on the power band you had to hang on tight! No, touch wood, no problems with the coils, or anything else so far. I´ve just finished a five day course which has put about 560 miles on it this week, and it performed faultlessly!! even in BIG downpours. In fact the more I ride it the better it gets. I´m hoping to go abroad on it next year to WSB or Moto GP, but that´ll depend on money and getting a pass out from ´er indoors´!? As for cans, the´re standard swept Triumph units, a tad quiet but I haven´t the dosh for replacing them, so they will have to stay on - in fact the right hand one had rotted, so Janspeed welded the hole back up for me and its good as new. speak to you soon Foxy
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