Triumph 1050
Sprint
Speed Triple 94-17
Tiger 07-17
Billet Velocity Stacks (patented)

stock stacks in background

Factory Pro stacks installed in airbox
Have a "properly tuned"  Still won't take full throttle at low rpm? Still sounds like it's gargling with old socks in the airbox? Esp. in  2nd gear, "in-town" operation?

We richened and leaned the fuel , advanced and retarded the ignition timing and never totally fixed the low rpm "business" on the, otherwise stellar, SAGEM FI equipped Triumphs.
(I think that the Cannondale / Sagem fiasco hurt Sagem in the mc industry........if only Canondale had had us do the tuning)

This mod allowed us to finally make the bike run smoothly at cruise rpm / small throttle opening and pick up a couple hp in the low, mid and upper midrange.

Incidentally, the Sagem fuel injection worked fine - IF properly tuned. Tuning the FI with Tuneboy is the only way to get things "BEST. A power commander will make it better, but not as well as properly tuned with Tuneboy.

And if it's a power commander custom "tuned to an af ratio....... and not to "best power", you're missing a lot........

The dealer's Triumph tunes were maybe OK for the bike that they were made on, but, as we all know (or will know), each bike is an individual and one can't expect a "blanket" tune to make all bikes run perfectly (even with the same accessories installed). It's probable that manufacturers have to do emissions testing on each "tune" to allow the dealer to change the "tune", but it's only by chance that a bike will be perfect with a dealer downloaded "tune" (but it does give online owners groups a lot to talk about).....

Anyhow, this is how I installed some of our Superflare stacks on a 1050 and was able to use Tuneboy to make it run nice at low rpm and stop that annoying "gargling" at cruise in town.

I don't expect that everybody will be annoyed by the "gargling" and full throttle / low rpm bogginess - it's something that annoys the heck out of us -

2 pcs    V45.3 x 60 stacks  w   1 pc    V45.3 x 60 stack  modified for Triumph use
3     S64 adapter rubbers (
patented)
(one rubber will have to be hand trimmed by installer to clear airbox (as below described)

pn: VEL-TD1050-S64-6060   

$329.95
(replaces oem T2201765 trumpets)

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The #3 rubber will have to be hand trimmed to clear the inside of the airbox, also. Since I was at the tuning building, and not the machine shop, you'll see that I hit the belt sander on the prototype (not yours!).......... The 2.235" / 56.8mm stack width is a good number and if you are off a mm or so, it's fine.

If I could figure out a way to mod the rubber nicely, I'd sell a set of pre-made stacks. I can't figure out how do it to cost effectively, so if you want to fix the low speed running, you'll have to do the rubber mod or the person doing the installation will have to do the rubber mod. On the rubber mod, it's just the part that in on the inside of the airbox. Test fit the rubber and you'll see.

Have fun! 

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Grant Kei's 2004 955i

alloy stack / adapter rubber concept patented

Top view of stack

Bottom view of stack

Upper edge (the part that's inside the airbox) trim

 


These are the Sprint stock stacks.
Ours are a bit shorter.

The stock rubber Daytona stacks are a bit shorter than our billet 60mm stacks.
I think that the stock Sprint rubber stacks are a bit too long  and the shorter stock Daytona  rubber stacks are a bit too short...........  and not designed to produce best torque or power.
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Triumphs from the middle 2000's

Daytona 1200
torsion spring 1190335-T0301 and offset arm 1190022-T0301 = TD09 kit
.................

Daytona 595 / 955i up to VIN 87316
torsion spring 1190335-T0301 and offset arm 1190022-T0301 = TD09 kit

Daytona 595 / 955i from VIN 87317
torsion spring 1190335-T0301 and offset arm 1190022-T0301  = TD09 kit


Daytona 595 / 955i from VIN 132513 >
torsion spring T1190598
and offset detent arm T1190115

Daytona 955i    VIN after 132513 >
torsion spring T1190598
and offset detent arm T1190115
.................

Speed Triple 02-08 -  VIN after 141872 and before  210444
spring T1190598 and T1190592 = TD92 kit

Speed Triple -  VIN after 210445 and before engine Eng No 340169
torsion spring T1190598
 and arm T1190115

Speed Triple  -  VIN after 210445 and after engine No 340179
tension spring T1190303 and arched arm T1190275
................

 Sprint RS 02-04  -  before engine No 139276
torsion spring 1190335-T0301 and offset detent arm 1190022-T0301 = TD09 kit

Sprint RS  02-04 -  after engine No 139277 >
torsion spring T1190598 and offset detent arm T119592 = TD92 kit
.................

Sprint ST 02-10   -   before VIN 138276, all engine numbers
torsion spring 1190335-T0301 and offset detent arm 1190022-T030 = TD09 kit

Sprint ST 02-10  -  VIN between 139277 and up to > 208166
torsion spring T1190598 and offset detent arm T119592 = TD92 kit

Sprint ST 02-10  -  VIN after 208167 and Eng No up to 340169
 torsion spring T1190598
 and offset detent arm T1190115

Sprint ST 02-10  -  Eng No starting at  340170 
tension spring T1190303 and arched detent arm T1190275
.................

TIGER 885 with Carbs  -  up to  VIN > 71698
torsion spring 1190335-T0301 and offset arm 1190022-T0301 = TD09 kit

TIGER 885i  EFI  -  VIN starting at 71699 and up to > 124105
torsion spring 1190335-T0301 and offset arm 1190022-T0301

 



TIGER 955i  -  VIN between 124106 and up to > 198874
torsion spring T1190598
and offset detent arm T1190596

Tiger 955i   -   VIN starting at 198875 >
torsion spring T1190598
and offset arm T1190115
...................

Tiger 1050  -  Eng No up to 340169
torsion spring T1190598
and offset arm T1190115

Tiger 1050  -  Eng No after 340170
tension spring T1190303 and arched arm T1190275


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Kit contains a new F-Pro Hybrid Ceramic Microbearing Detent Arm and a slightly stronger F-Pro detent Arm Spring.

SHFT-PRO-TD09-KT    $149.95

( 2 week lead time)
clutch cover gasket not included

replaces:
1190335-T0301 Spring detent, gears
1190022-T0301 Detent arm assembly, gears

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2.

 
  SHFT-PRO-TD592   $159.95

(3 week lead time)
F-Pro Microbearing Detent arm  and F-Pro detent Arm Spring
(clutch cover gasket not included)


replaces:
double check your VIN to verify!
 T1190592    Detent arm assembly,
T11900598    Torsion spring

1. Choose your shipping method

2.
 
F-Pro  Performance Detent Arm Spring

Z95-TD92
$49.95

F-Pro detent Arm Spring
(arm and clutch cover gasket not included)

replaces:
T11900598    Torsion spring

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2.














 


Hybrid Ceramic Microbearing
Shift Detent Arm
$99.95

Special order - 2-3 week delivery

Tiger 1050 07-11
Tiger SE 11-12
Speed Triple 09-10
Sprint ST 11-12

(reference stock part numbers below)
T1190590   Detent wheel
T1190115  Detent Arm Assy
T1190598    Spring, Detent Arm

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Speed Triple 1050i xx-12
Sprint GT 11-12
Sprint ST 11-12
Tiger 1050 11-
Tiger SE 11-12
Triple R 12
(reference stock part numbers below)
T1190278   Detent Wheel (Detent STAR)   
T1190275    Detent Arm, Linear Pull
T1190303    Spring, Extension

Feedback

06 22 07
Steve wrote: ref 955 stacks

Hey Marc, I got the velocity stacks in the mail Thursday and put them on today.  One thing I noticed; the factory stacks on my Daytona are already significantly shorter than the ones that were pictured from the Sprint on the website?  In fact, they were even shorter than the ones I just installed from you.  Haven't had time to go for a real ride to see what changed on the bike, but I'm going to assume that I'll loose some top-end while gaining a bunch of mid-range.  Thoughts?   --Steve Bassen

Thoughts?
Ride the bike......
:-)
M

06 25 07   Steve wrote:

Haha,
 I went riding for about 5 hours yesterday afternoon.>  Thing pulls like hell! 
I need to get it tuned and see what it's really got in it!!
:D


Subject: Triumph stacks
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 18:38:01 +0200
 
Thanks
 
Received them and fitted them.     They sound awesome.      I hope they also give (as much) torque as they sound....
 
Thanks   -    Kent (They should! Marc)

 
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Maybe in next rewrite, he'll fix the ignition timing and dyno chapters...
Otherwise great book with great starting ideas.

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