Question about 2008 Triumph Triumph Bonneville
These bikes do not have caburettors as they are fuel injected. or an oil tank....the oil goes directly via a screw in plug into the sump.
I am not sure by what you mean about having a fire in the exhaust.
Posted on Jan 25, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have a problem with the starter not turning the engine. so we probily not sending a signal to the starter.
you realy confused me when you started talking about gas and choke?
if the engine doesnt turn over none of this even matters.
these new bikes have many safety features .
you have a sensor for netural and you have a sensor for your kickstand and a sensor for your clutch
and all of these have to be workinf right for your engine to turn over.
so with your kickstand up and the bike in netural and the clutch lever pulled in
it should turn over and start.
when it doesnt you need to check your wiring to the switches one might have come loose.
or could be a bad switch.
let us know what you find
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
I have a friend that has a 2006 Triumph America and the same thing happened to him. Started running on one cylinder and then just refused to start. I did a check on everything and found that the CDI went bad. This is mounted under the fuel tank along the back bone and is about 3 inch square box.
They mounted them with a type of plastic rivet and would vibrated on the mount and cause something inside to break. When you replace it mount it solid and use a piece of rubber between the mounting plate and the CDI.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Sounds like the carbs need to be synchronized. What you have with a multi carb bike is a multiple small engines attached to the same crankshaft. If one is accelerating harder than the others, it will cause "cylinder fight" as the others either fight to keep up, or slow the faster one down. You need a special tool to do it, or you can get it done reasonably cheap at almost any bike shop. It could also just be a spark plug wire shorting out. And make sure they are in the right order. Good luck.
Posted on May 05, 2010
there is an easy way to do this,,,take off the throttle bodies,,,
place a lenth of thin strate whire into both throttel bodies and gentely close the throttles on this whire,,, the butter flys should just tuch very gentely both bits of whire if not adjust the butter flyes till both bits of whire fall out under there own weight,,,and then its bingo,,, job done!!!
you will still need to balance the air intake on the trottel bodies
so set the tick over up right,,, then holding the reves at say 2000rpm set the air intake bypass air up on the throttel bodies,,,recheck that at tick over again,,,,, i hope you under stand what iv told you to do,,it works ok,
good luck,, was this any help to you?
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
Then 10th digit in the vin number tells you the year.
If it is a W = 1998
X = 1999
Y = 2000
If it is a 1 = 2001
2 = 2002
So your 12/07 bike is a 2008 and the 10th digit in your vin # will be an 8
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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