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Discussion in 'Speed Triple' started by NakedBiker, Nov 8, 2018.

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  1. NakedBiker

    NakedBiker Member

    Nov 3, 2018
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    Blank space on the LH switchgear.

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  2. Richard Neale

    Richard Neale Active Member

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    Usually its a lights on and off in another country where we have ours on by default...
     
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  3. stevethegoolie

    stevethegoolie First Class Member

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    My thoughts entirely.
    Is this a case of (a) 'great minds think alike':) or is it (b) 'fools seldom differ'o_O?
    I prefer (a).:cool:
     
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  4. joe mc donald

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    Chaps there no fools on here. Just very intellectual patrons who have missed their meds. If you need an answer then ask is my motto.
    Ride Free
    Joe.
     
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  5. NakedBiker

    NakedBiker Member

    Nov 3, 2018
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    Ahhh. Thanks. That makes sense. And here I thought it was for some wizzy bang accessory that could scroll through the dash settings without taking your hand off the bar.
     
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  6. capt

    capt Senior Member

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    On earlier Triumphs , say 90's to early 00's there was a blank space on the right switch block area , this was definitely a headlight's on / off switch ! My 94" Trident had this blank space ! I filled it with a switch ! Enabled me to turn headlight's on or off , in the day's before electronic relays/ECU's turning them off when starter system was engaged, this helped me stop the dreaded sprag clutch failure !!!
     
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