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Mine is speed limited 115mph on the clock then you can feel the power being reduced, need someone way smarter than me to crack the ECU.
I have PCV fitted for timing & fueling, but it will not override the limiter, very frustrating had it flat out half a dozen times today, nice & stable,
just need to stop ecu robbing power up there. Someone at Triumph must have decided to save us from ourselves.
 

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Criky! I were lookin to take me bike for a track day to see what it could do. On me RR I'd normally pass 115mph soon after entering the main straight. Be a bit embarrassing on the Bobber going down the main straight on a limiter. :laugh:

This needs to be looked into.
 

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How goes the top speed research ?

I havn't been to the track yet to see what the bike can do though I suspects not much over the ton.
 

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Mine is speed limited 115mph on the clock then you can feel the power being reduced, need someone way smarter than me to crack the ECU.
I have PCV fitted for timing & fueling, but it will not override the limiter, very frustrating had it flat out half a dozen times today, nice & stable,
just need to stop ecu robbing power up there. Someone at Triumph must have decided to save us from ourselves.
Does gearing effect speedometer readings on our bikes or is it a wheel sensor.
 
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