from the factory, the pre-load adjuster will be
set at position 1.
Ensure that the adjusters are set to the
same setting on both rear suspension
units. Settings that vary from left to right
may affect handling and stability resulting
in loss of motorcycle control and an
Suggested Suspension Settings
Adjuster settings are counted from position
one with position one being with the adjuster
turned fully anti-clockwise. There are five
positions in total.
Position one gives the
minimum amount of spring pre-load.
The details given in the table are
only a guide. Setting requirements
may vary for rider and passenger
weight and personal preferences.
Maintenance and Adjustment
Final Drive Belt
For safety and to prevent excessive wear the
drive belt must be checked, adjusted and
renewed in accordance with scheduled
maintenance requirements. Checking and
must be carried out more
frequently for extreme conditions such as
salty or heavily gritted roads.
If the drive belt is badly worn or incorrectly
adjusted (either too loose or too tight) the
belt could jump off the drive belt pulleys or
break. Therefore, always replace worn or
damaged drive belts using genuine Triumph
parts supplied by an authorized Triumph
dealer. The drive belt requires no lubrication.