Triumph Speedmaster???

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  1. Cachee0

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    Ok getting old and want a crusier.

    Found a cherry speedmaster near me does anyone have any knowlage of the bike pros and cons?

    Thanks all your the best:fawk::fawk:
     
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    I got it a few days ago. Yes it's very comfy and it's fast for the most part. The motor makes soild flat TQ across the rev range and runs about 8500 rpm. I just ordered pipes and a Jet kit from Dyno and a K&N filter I going to Karls in Daytona Beach for a custom tune. From what I have seen 60+ at the wheel is do able. There is somthing remarkable about the bike, the chassy is awsome and all around a very good looking motorcycle. Seems to be able todo 100mph all day long and has a very soild feeling at that speed. And it's very smooth so I can ride it all day with out issues.
     
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    Hey all just put on about 300 miles on the bike this weekend. I have to say I love it. I was looking for a daily ride and this is just perfect for my needs. I'm getting about 42mpg around town riding I mostly do. If you guys are looking for a mid size crusier you should have the Triumph on the list to check out. I very surprized what a great package this bike is.
     
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    I've got an 04 America and absolutely love it.

    What year did you get? EFI or Carbs? Keep in mind most stuff for the Bonneville/Thruxton engines will work with these.
     
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    Carbs I think EFI came out in 08? It's the same bike as yours expect my motor is blacked out and i have two discs in the front.
     

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