original Triumph part number = T0301 series

 

Should fit the following (but check at dealer for your bike using stock "T0301" arm and spring)

Triumph Adventurer 1996-2001
Triumph Daytona 1000 1992-1993
Triumph Daytona 1200 1993-2006
Triumph Daytona 595 1997-2006
Triumph Daytona 750 1992-1993
Triumph Legend TT 1998-2001
Triumph Speed Triple 1050 1994-2013
Triumph Speed Triple 885 1994-1996
Triumph Speed Triple 955 1999-2004
Triumph Sprint CARBS 1993-1998
Triumph Sprint RS 1999, 2000-2004
Triumph Sprint ST 1999-2014
Triumph Thunderbird 885 1995-2014
Triumph Thunderbird SPORT 1998-2003
Triumph Tiger 885 1993-1998
Triumph Tiger 885i 1993-1998
Triumph Trident 1991-1998
Triumph Trophy 900 1991-2004

Make your bike shift better than it ever did - even when new -



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SHFT-PRO-TD09   $159.95
(3 week lead time)
replaces:
arm 1190022-T0301
spring 1190335-T0301
clutch cover gasket not included

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Pro Shift Kit

Tired of lazy, clunky shifting?  Tired of missing the 1-2 shift?

Factory Pro's famous Pro Shift Kits are now available for the early 900 and 1200 models.

Improved Factory Pro designed and manufactured Micro bearing Detent Arm and Factory Pro Detent Spring will firm up shift feel and virtually eliminate missed shifts - both up shifting and downshifting.

Shifts quicker. Misses fewer shifts. Feels RIGHT.
Perfect to install when working on the clutch.

Remove the RH engine cover  - the clutch assembly, bolt in the kit.

Includes: Factory Pro Micro bearing Detent Arm and Factory Pro Detent Spring.
(This kit does not include a clutch cover gasket)

Installation: Less than 2 hours to install with impact wrench and large socket set.

Can I install it myself?
Yes - If you can remove the clutch assembly, you can do this.
 

The parts to be replaced are under the clutch assembly.

1-2 hours labor.
 
 

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