Question about 2007 Triumph Sprint ST Abs
Big money? Oh yes! Easy or hard? Relative to who is doing it. A reasonably competent mechanic should be able to do it with no problems. Some would consider it as plug and play. Basically what it consists of is a modulator and ABS ECM and wheel sensors. Calipers and MCs are the same as non-ABS. You can look at bikebandit and see what is involved, hardware wise as well as $$$!! Don't forget about the additional wiring. If I were going to be doing it, ebay would be my source. Which brings up a related thought. I have not seen any ABS Sprints there lately. Wonder if that is a testament to their increased safety factor? I too wish I had opted for ABS when I bought my Sprint. I will not make that mistake again.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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