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Can a exhaust balance pipe be remove from triumph 900

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Sure, however you stand to lose some low and mid range torque. You also may need to rejet your carb.

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Irgin.netmy trophy will not go past 7000 rpm i have checked the valve clearances and balanced the carbs and the airbox is clean any clues mark


G'day Mark'
I had a look at the parts fisch for your bike-heres the link
http://www.bikebandit.com/1996-triumph-trophy/o/m17544#sch561592

It sounds like maybe it's choking for air.(restricted inlet)
Be sure that the piping to the airbox is not pinched(part no 13) & is not obstructed.
Also make sure that nothing is blocking covering the opening of these pipes.
I notice that the air box seems also to be the filter(bit of a crappy idea-I hope I'm wrong).
But if thats the case, I'd strongly suggest you replace it if its not been done recently.
You may also be able to get an idea of what is going on by removing your sparkplugs & see how they are burning.
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If there black & sooty it would suggest a rich mixture.(caused by blocked air filter?).
If they are bleached white in the porcilin part then maybe an air leak at the inlet tract(in front of carbs)could be the cause.
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I'm not sure what else to suggest-
Check these things, & if you have no joy let me know & I'll try suggest what to do next.

I hope this has been somewhat helpfull
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Well, now that you asked, by removing the baffles it changes the back pressure on the exhaust system. In some cases this causes need for re-jetting the carbs to make it run a bit richer. There are a lot of riders out there that like the louder sound of the baffles either drilled or removed entirely. The exhausts are factory tuned to match the jetting of the carbs.
Keep an eye on the exhaust pipes to see if they start turning blue. If so, it is a sign of the engine starving for fuel and would be a good time to consider re-jetting. Or, if you like the color blue and purple on your exhausts you can leave the jetting alone.
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