Dual Disc Street Twin Upgrade

Discussion in 'Triumph Twin Power' started by David A Wright, Aug 29, 2020.

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  1. David A Wright

    David A Wright New Member

    Aug 19, 2020
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    Hello Guys. I have a 2019 Street Twin. Have fitted High-flow air filter and Decat from TEC bike parts. These have improved throttle response ant acceleration. A pair of Hagon 2810 progressive shocks replaced the god-awful OEM units. I will also be fitting a TEC progressive fork spring kit.

    When i was in my local triumph dealers last month I spent some time looking around various twins and it looks to me that several parts should be interchangeable between the models. . My thoughts are to fit dual calipers to the front. The obvious solution would be to use a fork lower and disc/caliper from the Speed twin along with the lever /master cylinder set up. The dealers were very reluctant to provide any information. So has anyone on here have knowledge of this upgrade?
     
  2. Wire-Wheels

    Wire-Wheels Elite Member

    Apr 26, 2019
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    All it takes is money. ...J.D.
     
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  3. BigCLM

    BigCLM Senior Member

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    I simply installed fully sintered brake pads (EBC HH) on my 2018 Street Twin. Made quite a difference.
     
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  4. David A Wright

    David A Wright New Member

    Aug 19, 2020
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    Preston
    They are the best! I will definitely be doing this a starting point.
     
  5. BigCLM

    BigCLM Senior Member

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    Yes. Low cost and definite improvement.
     
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