02 Triumph Daytona 955i discussion forum: It only runs as good as you treat it
It only runs as good as you treat it
Matt Malott said 2010-01-22 21:29:55
I have owned my Centennial for 5 years now, have accumulated 40k miles on it, and have gone through a motor and a speed sensor, a water temp sensor, and a rear caliper. The rear caliper was frozen on the slide from poor maintenance, so I replaced it. The motor spun rod bearing #1 at about 32k miles. I\\\´m pretty sure its my fault, that bike spent a lot of time on the rear tire. The speed sensor was the dealer\\\´s fault, they weren\\\´t careful re-installing the front tire.
I LOVE my Daytona! I want another bike, but that\\\´s only because I\\\´m obsessed with all motorcycles, and I am trying to convince my ol\\\´ lady this bike deserves to \\
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