Question about 2009 Triumph Bonneville
SOURCE: Clutch roblem
Make sure that your side stand isn't down, or the side stand switch isn't busted, that will stop you moving off, if it is down or is busted.
Could be the clutch though not adjusted properly
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Hi, the problem lays with your side stand switch. This is designed to stop us riding off with the stand down. When the switch plays up the safety still works with the stand up. Try giving it a good clean and spray with WD40. It gets covered in crud from the chain lube.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
I havent heard of this being done before. But I guess it can be done buy changing out the gearing in the trans with 5 speed gut's out of another Trans.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
yes, but it would be several thousand dollars with all of the parts and labor. these require feedback from sensors, a high pressure fuel pump, a different wiring harness, and plenty of other parts that are very expensive.
Posted on Jan 16, 2012
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