Featured Thruxton R, 2017 - Withdrawn From Sale.

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  1. Flashp

    Flashp Noble Member

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    #1 Flashp, Jun 28, 2020
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2020
    Triumph Thruxton R, 2017 (first registered Dec 2017) 3314 miles. Silver Ice, 1 owner. Immaculate and unmarked condition. Bare aluminium cases/parts are in perfect condition.

    Full service history & invoices. Serviced in March, including brake fluid and throttle body balance check. All recalls addressed – last was side stand spring replacement. Instruments replaced by Triumph for revised parts due to water ingress – a common problem and potentially very expensive if paid for by the owner @ £676 + labour.

    Laid up over winter and under cover in warm dry garage. Stored on stands, full tank of premium unleaded (0% ethanol) with fuel stabilizer and ACF 50 applied.

    Power Commander 5 with professional rolling road custom map. Perfect fuelling and substantial torque increase. Rider modes remain operational and economy is unaffected. Area between the green arrows indicates before and after torque increase.

    US spec Vance & Hines silencers with removable baffles.

    De-cat.

    New Triumph dual comfort seat – bought on 11/6/20. Original with hump included.

    Triumph clear fly screen.

    Triumph barrel grips. Originals included.

    Triumph sump guard (black) fitted from new – avoids stone chipping to underside of engine.

    Brand new tyres – Pirelli Angel GT2, fitted 6/6/20. Less than 200 miles ago.

    Full tailored cover by Specialized Covers included.

    Professionally applied paint protection film to tank.

    £9500 firm.

    ***Stands are not included***

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  2. Retired Phil

    Retired Phil Well-Known Member

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    Great bike with perfect upgrades. Someone will surely take your bike home.
     
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  3. Flashp

    Flashp Noble Member

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    Thanks, hoping so, I agonized over selling this or the T100. One of them has to go. I've no room for 4 and don't want to afford keeping four only to see one barely used from one month to the next. It's a waste and it doesn't do bikes good to be ornaments.
     
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  4. Sandi T.

    Sandi T. It's ride o'clock somewhere!
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    I had a 2016 just like this one, @Flashp. I traded it for a 2019 Speed Triple RS. Looking at your photos made me wish I'd been able to keep it and buy the Speed outright. I always figured that my Thruxton would be one of the bikes I've parted with that I rather wished I hadn't. And it is. Good luck with selling yours--but be sure it's the one you are willing to let go of!
     
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  5. Flashp

    Flashp Noble Member

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    An interesting point, I could sell the T100 and keep it.....
     
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  6. Flashp

    Flashp Noble Member

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    This seed of doubt you planted germinated over night! It reinforced my doubt and I've decided to keep the Thruxton and sell the T100. :)
     
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  7. Sandi T.

    Sandi T. It's ride o'clock somewhere!
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    Glad to know I've helped with your decision in a small way, @Flashp. ;):) I know bikes are machines but sometimes we just have to listen to our hearts and guts when it comes to a purchase or a sale. Best of luck selling the T100.
     
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