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Gearbox Diagram Triumph Rocket 3 - Rocket III Triumph Motorcycles

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I have a 2004 Rocket with 38,000+ miles and have never had any mechanical issues. There are others who have though. I don't think it's so common that everyone should be worried, but it is something to be aware of. Triumph didn't cover any of the cost? I know it's a 4 year old bike, but Triumph has been covering atleast the parts cost for similar repairs and they have an upgrade kit that addresses tranmission issues, a replacement lower timing chain gear, timing chain adjuster and other issues.

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Here you go, good luck: http://www.triumph.co.uk/media/RocketIII(1).pdf

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Check your earth leads, especially batt conection

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You can find info from the user manual here, page 32, but on brief.look for a key lock on the panel work near the right rear shock absorber. Use the ignition key. there is often a user manual under the seat also for your reference. Cheers
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at idle,not moving,which is when bikes like to overheat, most bikes will mis-fire, idle ruffly and even black smoke.putting on open pipes and not re-jetting the carbs will cause it to overheat

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