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Quote from: ssevy on November 16, 2023, 03:45:45 AMI re-engineered the block, and used some 1/4" thick material this time. The bracket does mount easily without removing anything but the rear shifter bolt (let it dangle). I'm going for a long test ride tomorrow, and if it works well, I will post up the pictures I took and the details of what I did. Fingers crossed that this works!Let us know how it went and post those pictures if possible. Sorry for the late reply, not getting or overlooking the notifications.
Quote from: Madruss on October 29, 2023, 09:01:11 PMI didn't realise, pre 96 had an opening in the cases for easier starter motor removal.I miss typed this, it pre '95 (actually mid year 94) Sorry about that
Quote from: TallyHo on November 16, 2023, 10:17:11 PMHey! How do you like the quality of the Zard? I'm looking into swapping out the OEM can for something a little different than some of the more popular brands. Thanks for the feedback in advance!I've got a GPR exhaust on mine
Quote from: Sin_Tiger on January 03, 2023, 12:24:38 AM
Mine was a pre RBW gen 1, I had similar issues with stalling easily. Punched in the TOR map of the day, which gave me the excuse to fit a Zard end can , made a very noticeable difference to city riding for me.
The 21" wheel makes a noticeable difference, the suspension setup is quite different to the cast wheel variants, I rode a friends back to back and felt more at home with the XC handling. I later spoke with a Triumph road tester at a factory event, who'd been on the development team and his comment was the XC was the better handling of the models, he just looked at me and said "budget"