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  1. PieMan

    904 Big Bore Pistons

    Hi All, thought you may be interested in the first dyno run for our new 904s Sports Big Bore Kit. On this dyno there are three runs showing, EFI 865 OEM, EFI 865 with TTP Stage 2 Power Induction Kit and 904s with Stage 2 kit. The bike was an 865 EFI Bonneville fitted with the TTP Stage 2...
  2. PieMan

    904 Big Bore Pistons

    Hi All, the TTP 904s Big Bore Kit is now available for purchase on our site. Regards Mike
  3. PieMan

    95mph Speed Limiter Fix for CANBUS America/Speedmaster!

    If anyone is interested we have now found a fix for the 95mph speed limiter on all 2012-2016 CANBUS America's and Speedmaster's. It involves spending out on a new speedo and an EFI tune. Just trying to see if it's worth spending the time and effort developing tunes. So say "Aye" if you're...
  4. PieMan

    904 Big Bore Pistons

    We thought we would give you a preview of our 904cc Sports Big Bore Kit pistons for the air cooled twins. They give a compression ratio of 12:1, have a tight quench, anti-friction coated skirts and have +2mm valve pockets. The big bore kit should be available in 6-8 weeks. Regards Mike...
  5. PieMan

    Carrying Out Winter Maintenance?

    If you're carrying out some maintenance this Winter ready for next season or maybe draining the engine oil or fitting new clutch springs, then why not fit a Safe Start to your Triumph twin while you're at it. The Safe Start is easy to fit and will give you peace of mind that your twin won't...
  6. PieMan

    TTP Up 'N Over Rear Caliper Hanger 25% off!

    it is specifically for the air cooled Bonnie, Thruxton and Scrambler 2001 - 2016.
  7. PieMan

    TTP Up 'N Over Rear Caliper Hanger 25% off!

    As per the title we are offering the Up 'N Over billet rear caliper relocation hanger bracket with Earls extended brake hose for the Bonnie, Thruxton and Scrambler at 25% off the retail price for a short period of time. Please click HERE. Regards Mike
  8. PieMan

    TuneECU Question.....

    You are correct, the OEM tunes on the TuneECU site are the exact same tunes Triumph dealers use directly from Triumph.
  9. PieMan

    TTP Stage 1 and Stage 2 Induction Kits

    Hi All, we have just released our Stage 1 Torque Induction Kit and Stage 2 Power Induction Kit for both carb and EFI model Triumph twins. All kits have everything required to tune your bike to your chosen exhaust system. Nothing else required! Please click through on the links below to read...
  10. PieMan

    Updated Fire Starter Performance Igniter Unit

    Hi All, We have just updated our Fire Starter Performance igniter unit. It now is a direct replacement of the original OEM unit with Twin Power ignition advance maps and a raised rev limiter. Click HERE to read about it. Regards
  11. PieMan

    Hi from TTP.

    Hi Dsinned, I'm really pleased that you're happy with the way your Bonnie is now running, enjoy.
  12. PieMan

    Arrow pipe

    It depends where you want the power to be. Airbox removal is only any good if you want the power at the top end above 6,000rpm, other wise it's best to keep the airbox and modify it. There's a trade off between one and the other which ever way you go.
  13. PieMan

    Arrow pipe

    Here's a dyno of the Scrambler using the Arrow 2-1 to it's full benefit with airbox mods and correct fuelling.
  14. PieMan

    America & Speedmaster TTP EFI Tunes Released!

    Hi All, Our America and Speedmaster EFI tunes are now available on our website. CLICK HERE. :cheers:
  15. PieMan

    Hard starting when hot.

    A section from the owners manual for the starting procedure, page 46: • If the engine is cold, pull out the choke, noting the following: Above 25°C air temperature, pull out the choke to the first position. Below 25°C air temperature, pull out the choke fully. • If the engine is partly warm...
  16. PieMan

    Work done this weekend

    Dave, the 790's lose out on mid range grunt compared to the 865's, I believe that's why they use a 17 tooth gearbox sprocket. If you do a lot of cruising on motorways an 18 sprocket can be an advantage as it will lower the revs at cruise and lower fuel consumption, but it will reduce...
  17. PieMan

    Clutch and brake levers

    There is a problem with fitting these levers to the early bikes, they don't fit at all well. The later bikes that came with adjustable levers from the factory have a different design lever mount and have a bush fitted where the bolt goes through the lever, the earlier levers don't have this and...
  18. PieMan

    really need help. Electrical

    For a battery to last up to 5,6,7 years as some do, the bike needs to be ridden every day. If a bike is left and not ridden for a few weeks the battery can discharge and if it gets too low it'll never take a full charge again. Modern chargers can help to put life back in to it, but your battery...
  19. PieMan

    really need help. Electrical

    For a battery to last up to 5,6,7 years as some do, the bike needs to be ridden every day. If a bike is left and not ridden for a few weeks the battery can discharge and if it gets too low it'll never take a full charge again. Modern chargers can help to put life back in to it, but your battery...
  20. PieMan

    really need help. Electrical

    Sounds like you need a new battery, 12.41v when fully charged is too low.
  21. PieMan

    Carb Tuning Advice - Update !!!

    You'd be surprised. With good free flowing pipes the airbox internal baffle removed, a Breathe and DNA air filter, 140 mains are ideal. This setup gives better mid range torque than with pods up to 5,000rpm, but you do lose out on around 2bhp at the top end.
  22. PieMan

    Carb Tuning Advice - Update !!!

    mmm, I wouldn't have expected the 138's to bog that easily with the airbox baffle removed, maybe your bafflectomy isn't flowing as much as I thought. It sounds like the 125's are about right for your setup. Good call! :cheers:
  23. PieMan

    My Bonnie Has Died!

    Nology coils are badged PVL coils with a higher price, if you need a coil go for the PVL.
  24. PieMan

    My Bonnie Has Died!

    Be very careful if you remove that valve from the tank breather system. When your tank is full, as you ride the fuel tends to leak down the breather pipe and deposit on the road right in front of the rear wheel. Not much fun going round a corner! It's a one way valve, it lets air in to the...
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