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FOREWORD
This handbook contains information on the Triumph Trophy and Trophy SE motorcycles. Always
store this owner's handbook with the motorcycle and refer to it for information whenever
necessary.
Warnings, Cautions and
Notes
Throughout
this
owner's
particularly
important
information
presented in the following form:
Warning
This warning symbol identifies special
instructions or procedures, which if not
correctly followed could result in personal
injury, or loss of life.
handbook
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is
instructions or procedures, which, if not
strictly observed, could result in damage to,
or destruction of, equipment.
Note:
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particular interest for more efficient
and convenient operation.
Foreword
Caution
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  • Page 1 Foreword FOREWORD This handbook contains information on the Triumph Trophy and Trophy SE motorcycles. Always store this owner's handbook with the motorcycle and refer to it for information whenever necessary. Warnings, Cautions and Caution Notes Throughout this owner's handbook This caution symbol identifies special...
  • Page 2: Foreword

    To ensure a long, safe and trouble free life for This device complies with part 15 of the FCC your motorcycle, maintenance should only be Rules. carried out by an authorized Triumph dealer. Operation is subject to the following two Only an authorized Triumph dealer will have conditions: the necessary knowledge, equipment and •...
  • Page 3 800-447-4700, or by writing to the Motorcycle Our relationship with you does not end with Safety Foundation at: 2, Jenner Street, Irvine, the purchase of your Triumph. Your feedback California 92718. To ensure a long and trouble on the buying and ownership experience is...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Information The information contained in this publication is based on the latest information available at the time of printing. Triumph reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice, or obligation. Not to be reproduced wholly or in part without the written permission of Triumph Motorcycles America Limited.
  • Page 5: The Motorcycle

    Foreword - Safety First FOREWORD - SAFETY FIRST The Motorcycle Warning Warning This motorcycle is installed with a catalytic converter below the engine, which along This motorcycle is designed for on-road with the exhaust system reaches very high use only. It is not suitable for off-road use. temperature during engine operation.
  • Page 6: Fuel And Exhaust Fumes

    Foreword - Safety First Fuel and Exhaust Fumes Warning Warning Use of a motorcycle with the bank angle indicator worn beyond the maximum limit GASOLINE IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE: (when 0.2 in (5 mm) of the bank angle Always turn off the engine when refuelling. indicator remains) will allow the motorcycle Do not refuel or open the fuel filler cap to be banked to an unsafe angle.
  • Page 7 Foreword - Safety First Safety Helmet and Clothing Parking Warning Warning When riding the motorcycle, both rider and Always turn off the engine and remove the passenger must always wear a motorcycle ignition key before leaving the motorcycle helmet, eye protection, gloves, boots, unattended.
  • Page 8: Parts And Accessories

    Triumph motorcycle safe operation this Triumph are those which carry official Triumph motorcycle. approval mounted Remember that continued operation of an motorcycle by an authorized dealer. incorrectly performing motorcycle may...
  • Page 9 Riding when fatigued or under the Warning influence of alcohol or other drugs reduces This Triumph motorcycle should the rider's ability to maintain control of the operated within the legal speed limits for motorcycle and may lead to loss of control the particular road travelled.
  • Page 10 Wind draft from passing vehicles; • Potholes, uneven or damaged road surfaces; Caution • Bad weather; This Triumph motorcycle is not mounted • Rider error. with spark arresters. Operation in forests, Always operate motorcycle brush or grass areas may violate state and moderate speed and away from heavy local laws and regulations.
  • Page 11: Handlebars And Footrests

    Foreword - Safety First Wobble/Weave Handlebars and Footrests A weave is a relatively slow oscillation of the rear of the motorcycle, while a wobble is a Warning rapid, possibly strong shaking The rider must maintain control of the handlebar. These are related but distinct vehicle keeping hands...
  • Page 12: Warning Labels

    The labels detailed on this and the following pages draw your attention to important safety information in this handbook. Before riding, ensure that all riders have understood and complied with all the information to which these labels relate. Warning Label Locations - Trophy and Trophy SE Cockpit Tires...
  • Page 13 Warning Labels Warning Label Locations - Trophy and Trophy SE (continued) Caution All warning labels and decals, with the exception of the Breaking-in label, are mounted to the motorcycle using a strong adhesive. In some cases, labels are installed prior to an application of paint lacquer.
  • Page 14: Parts Identification

    4. Front heated seat switch (if 12. Rear suspension spring rebound equipped) damping adjuster (models without 5. Fuse boxes Triumph Electronic Suspension (TES)) 6. Tool kit/Accessory U-lock storage 13. Gear-change pedal location 14. Side stand 7. Accessory socket (if equipped) 15.
  • Page 15 19. Rear brake fluid reservoir 28. Rear brake pedal 20. Relays (both sides) 29. Rear suspension spring pre-load 21. Fuel tank and fuel filler cap adjuster (models without Triumph 22. Front fork rebound damping Electronic Suspension (TES)) adjuster (models without Triumph 30. Muffler Electronic Suspension (TES)) 31.
  • Page 16 Parts Identification Parts Identification (continued) chsc Clutch lever 14. Starter button 2. Passing button 15. Cruise control adjust button 3. Headlight dimmer switch 16. Cruise control ON/OFF button 4. Instrument's scroll button 17. Ignition switch 5. Clutch fluid reservoir 18. Fuel filler cap 6.
  • Page 17: Serial Numbers

    Serial Numbers SERIAL NUMBERS Vehicle Identification Engine Serial Number Number (VIN) chsm 1. Engine serial number chsk The engine serial number is stamped on the VIN number engine crankcase, immediately below the The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is gearbox. stamped into the steering head area of the Record the engine serial number in the space frame.
  • Page 18 Serial Numbers This page intentionally left blank...
  • Page 19 Tire Pressure Warning Light (if TPMS is fitted) ....... . . 30 Triumph Electronic Suspension (TES) Warning Light (if electronic suspension is fitted) .
  • Page 20 Triumph Electronic Suspension (TES) (if equipped) ....... . . 56...
  • Page 21 General Information Right Handlebar Switches ........... . . 65 Engine Stop Switch .
  • Page 22 Triumph Accessory D-lock Storage ........
  • Page 23: Instrument Panel Layout

    3. Right hand direction turn signal light 14. Left hand direction turn signal light 4. Alarm/immobilizer status indicator 15. Triumph Traction Control (TTC) light light (alarm is an accessory fit) 16. Tire pressure warning light (if Tire 5. Tachometer 'red zone' Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) 6.
  • Page 24: General Information

    General Information Multi-function Display Screen Layout 10:08 2°C TRIP 1 144.2 1892 Fuel gauge 6. Ambient air temperature display 2. Central information display area 7. Coolant temperature gauge 3. Clock 8. Heated seat indicator (if equipped) 4. Selected gear 9. Lower message display area 5.
  • Page 25: Speedometer

    General Information Speedometer Multi-function Display Screen The analogue speedometer indicates the The multi-function display screen gives road speed of the motorcycle. The read-out information, messages and warnings about displays the motorcycle road speed in various motorcycle functions. This increments of one mile (or kilometer) per information is displayed in three ways - hour.
  • Page 26: Warning Lights

    General Information Warning Lights Low Oil Pressure When the ignition is switched on, Note: the low oil pressure warning light • When the ignition is switched on, will illuminate. The low oil pressure warning the instrument warning lights will light will go off once the engine is started, illuminate for 1.5 seconds and will providing the oil pressure is correct.
  • Page 27: High Coolant Temperature Warning Light

    WARNING riding condition, leading to loss of COOLANT TEMP HIGH motorcycle control accident. Contact an authorized Triumph dealer as soon as possible to have the fault checked and rectified. chdo High coolant temperature warning light 2. Instrument message...
  • Page 28: Battery Warning Light

    The battery warning on, contact an authorized Triumph light will go off once the engine is started, dealer as soon as possible to have providing the battery voltage is correct.
  • Page 29: Alarm/immobilizer Indicator Light

    Warning requires investigation. Contact an authorized Triumph dealer as soon as possible to have If the ABS is not functioning, the brake the fault checked and rectified. system will continue to function as a non ABS braking system.
  • Page 30: Tire Pressure Warning Light (if Tpms Is Fitted)

    General Information Tire Pressure Warning Light (if The tire pressure at which the warning light illuminates is temperature compensated to TPMS is fitted) 68°F (20°C) but the numeric pressure display The tire pressure warning light associated with it is not (see page 144). Even works in conjunction with the tire if the numeric display seems at or close to the pressure monitoring system (see...
  • Page 31: Triumph Electronic Suspension (tes) Warning Light (if Electronic Suspension Is Fitted)

    Triumph Electronic Suspension is display the alternating messages PLEASE fitted to Trophy SE models only. WAIT ADJUSTMENT When the ignition is switched on PROGRESS.
  • Page 32: Frost Symbol

    General Information Frost Symbol Warning The frost symbol will illuminate when the ignition is turned ON Black ice (sometimes called clear ice) can and the ambient air temperature form at temperatures several degrees is 39ºF (4ºC) or lower. The frost above freezing (32°F (0°C)), especially on symbol will remain illuminated until the bridges and in shaded areas.
  • Page 33: Traction Control Warning Light

    MIL and traction control lights illuminated. Contact an authorized Triumph dealer as soon as possible to have the fault checked. When the traction control system is turned...
  • Page 34: Cruise Control Light

    General Information Cruise Control Light Multi-function Display Screen Cruise control (see page 59) can Clock only be activated when the motorcycle is travelling at a speed The clock will display the time in 12 or between 30 to 100 mph (48 to 24 hour formats.
  • Page 35: Gear Position Display

    General Information Gear Position Display Coolant Temperature Gauge 10:08 26°C 10:08 26°C TRIP 1 TRIP 1 144.2 144.2 1892 1892 chdo chdo Gear position display (neutral 1. Coolant temperature gauge position shown) The coolant temperature gauge indicates the 2. Neutral light temperature of the engine coolant.
  • Page 36: Fuel Gauge

    General Information If the coolant temperature becomes too high Fuel Gauge the display will show eight bars and will start to flash. The high coolant temperature light in 10:08 26°C the tachometer will also be illuminated and COOLANT TEMP HIGH will be visible in the TRIP 1 lower message screen.
  • Page 37: Heated Seats (if Equipped)

    Front seat on high, rear seat on Heated seats are standard equipment on low. Trophy SE models, and available as an accessory on Trophy models. Both the rider's and pillion's heated seat has OFF, LOW and Front seat on low, rear seat on HIGH settings.
  • Page 38: Heated Grips (if Equipped)

    If the service is overdue, the distance Both grips off. will be displayed as a negative number. When the service has been carried out by your authorized Triumph dealer, the system Both grips low. will be reset. Both grips high.
  • Page 39: Low Battery Warning

    General Information Low Battery Warning If necessary have the battery and charging system checked by your authorized Triumph dealer. 10:08 22°C The display will remain on until one of the TRIP 1 following conditions is met: • The charging system has charged the 144.2...
  • Page 40: Central Display Area

    General Information Central Display Area Trip Computer 1 and 2 There are two sets of trip computer data, The central display area is used to display the shown as TRIP 1 and TRIP 2. two Trip Computers, the Settings Menu (if vehicle is stationary) and the Adjustment Each trip displays the same sets of data Menu (if vehicle is moving or not in neutral).
  • Page 41 After being reset the display only); will show dashes until 0. 1 miles/km has been • Tire pressures Tire Pressure covered. Monitoring System (TPMS) is fitted (center display line only); • Triumph Electronic Suspension (TES) Settings - Trophy SE (center display line only).
  • Page 42 Bike Setup menu. 189.2 Trip Distance The total trip distance travelled since the trip TES Settings (Trophy SE only) meter was last set to zero. The display will show the current settings for the TES system; the upper line will show the 144.2...
  • Page 43: Trip Computer Reset

    General Information Trip Computer Reset Settings Menu To reset either of the trip computers, select To access the settings menu; with the and display the trip meter to be zeroed then motorcycle stationary and in neutral, press press and hold the SCROLL button, in either and hold the SELECT button on the left hand direction, for 2 seconds.
  • Page 44: Profile 1 And 2

    • Triumph Electronic Suspension (TES) on the SCROLL button (it will scroll through MODE (damping) settings - Trophy SE in the reverse order if up on the button is models only. pressed): See page for a full description of TES •...
  • Page 45: Adjustment Menu

    (it will scroll through in the reverse order if up when it is moving must be carried out only on the button is pressed): when it is safe to do so. • TES Mode (Trophy SE models only) - After making adjustments press the SCROLL button to select either...
  • Page 46 General Information • TTC MODE - press the SCROLL button Changes made to the TES MODE, TES to select either ON or OFF. Press the LOADING, TTC or HEADLIGHT settings via SELECT button to save the selection and the ADJUSTMENT screen are stored in a exit.
  • Page 47: Trip Setup

    General Information Trip Setup • The instruments will now prompt for the item to be set on the lower display line After entering the TRIP SETUP screen, press (ITEM 2). Use the SCROLL button to and release the SCROLL button until the select an option (see page 41) and press desired display is highlighted.
  • Page 48: Bike Setup

    General Information • TRIP 2 RESET - pressing SELECT resets Bike Setup the TRIP 2 data immediately. After entering the BIKE SETUP screen, press and release the SCROLL button until the Note: desired display is highlighted. • The AUTO RESET function applies to TRIP 2 only.
  • Page 49 General Information • INDICATORS - pressing the SELECT • UNITS - pressing the SELECT button button enters the Indicators setup screen enters the UNITS setup screen and (see page 52). prompts for MILE or KM. INDICATORS SET UNITS AUTO DISTANCE MILE Indicator Self Cancelling Select Units Select...
  • Page 50: Lower Message Area

    General Information • BRIGHTNESS - press the SCROLL Lower Message Area button adjust instrument This area displays warning and information brightness using the adjustment slider messages, using different layouts depending between levels 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest). upon the message type. Press the SELECT button to save the selection and exit.
  • Page 51: Automatic Self-cancelling Turn Signals

    Automatic Self-Cancelling the Audio System Handbook); Turn Signals • AUDIO NOT FOUND (refer to the This Triumph model has an automatic self- Audio System Handbook). cancelling turn signal function that can be TPMS Information (see disabled or enabled. page 52)
  • Page 52: Units Of Measure (imperial, Us Or Metric)

    System (TPMS) standard • pressure - PSI or BAR. equipment on Trophy SE models, To access the units display; see BIKE SETUP and available as an accessory on on page 49. Trophy models. On Trophy models TPMS must only be fitted by your...
  • Page 53: Function

    General Information Function TPMS Sensor ID Number Tire pressure sensors are fitted to the front An ID number for each tire pressure sensor is and rear wheels. These sensors measure the printed on a label which is attached to the air pressure inside the tire and transmit sensor.
  • Page 54: System Display

    TPMS warning light will be 1892 on and the TPMS symbol will flash continuously. Contact your authorized Triumph dealer to have the sensor replaced and the new serial number recorded in the spaces provided on page 53. chdo TPMS symbol 10:08 22°C 2.
  • Page 55: Tire Pressures

    Warning from the inflation pressure set when the tires are cold because tires become warmer Triumph Traction Control is not a substitute during riding, causing the air in the tire to for riding appropriately for the prevailing expand and the inflation pressure to increase.
  • Page 56: Triumph Traction Control Settings

    Do The Triumph Traction Control can be set to not loan your motorcycle to anyone as they one of the following conditions: may change the suspension settings from •...
  • Page 57 General Information Once a mode or loading adjustment has If the engine is not running when a profile is been selected, and the engine is running, the loaded, or the ADJUSTMENT menu is used suspension will start to adjust, the TES to change the MODE or LOADING settings, warning light will flash once every second the request to change the settings will be...
  • Page 58: Cruise Control

    To allow the system to calibrate correctly, the following procedure must be adhered to: Warning • Turn the ignition on. Do not start the This Triumph motorcycle should engine. operated within the legal speed limits for • Wait for the warning light to stop flashing the particular road travelled.
  • Page 59: Activating Cruise Control

    General Information Activating Cruise Control Warning Note: Only operate this Triumph motorcycle at • The cruise control indicator light will high speed in closed-course on-road not illuminate until cruise control has competition or on closed-course racetracks. been activated by pressing SET/- on High-speed operation should only then be the adjust button.
  • Page 60: Deactivating Cruise Control

    General Information To activate cruise control, the following Deactivating Cruise Control conditions have to be met: The cruise control can be deactivated by one • The motorcycle is travelling at a speed of the following methods: between 30 to 100 mph (48 to 160 km/h); •...
  • Page 61: Resuming The Cruise Control Set Speed

    General Information Resuming the Cruise Control Set Increasing Speed while in Cruise Speed Control To increase the speed, press and release the Warning RES/+ end of the adjust button. Each press of the button will increase the speed by 1 mph When resuming cruise control, always or 1 km/h.
  • Page 62: Decreasing Speed While In Cruise Control

    General Information Decreasing Speed while in Cruise Ignition Key Control To decrease speed, press and release the SET/- end of the adjust button. Each press of the button will decrease the speed by 1 mph or 1 km/h. If the button is held, the speed will continuously decrease single...
  • Page 63: Ignition Switch/steering Lock

    General Information Always get replacement keys from your Ignition Switch/Steering Lock authorized Triumph dealer. Replacement keys must be 'paired' with the motorcycle’s immobilizer by your authorized Triumph dealer. Caution Do not store the spare key with the motorcycle as this will reduce all aspects of security.
  • Page 64: Ignition Switch Positions

    General Information Ignition Switch Positions Warning This is a four position, key operated switch. The key can be removed from the switch For reasons of security and safety, always only when it is in the OFF, LOCK or P (PARK) move the ignition switch to the OFF position.
  • Page 65: Right Handlebar Switches

    General Information Right Handlebar Switches Caution Do not leave the ignition switch in the ON position unless the engine is running as this may cause damage to electrical components and will discharge the battery. Starter Button The starter button operates the electric starter.
  • Page 66: Left Handlebar Switches

    General Information Left Handlebar Switches Note: • The audio system (if equipped) is described in detail in the Audio System Handbook supplied with the motorcycle. Headlight Dimmer Switch High or low beam can be selected with the headlight dimmer switch. To select high beam, push the switch forward.
  • Page 67: Direction Turn Signal Switch

    General Information Direction Turn Signal Switch Pass Button When the turn signal switch is pushed to the Note: left or right and released, the corresponding • The pass button will only operate direction turn signals will flash on and off. when the engine is running.
  • Page 68: Windshield And Heated Grips Switch Unit

    General Information Windshield and Heated Grips Hazard Warning Lights Switch Unit To turn the hazard warning lights on or off, press and release the hazard warning light switch on the instruments. The ignition must be switched on for the hazards warning lights to function, but will remain on if the ignition is switched off until the hazard warning light switch is pressed again.
  • Page 69: Throttle Control

    2. Throttle closed position and an accident. Contact an authorized 3. Cruise control cancel position Triumph dealer as soon as possible to have the fault checked and rectified. This Triumph model has an electronic throttle twist grip to open and close the throttles via Brake Use the engine control unit.
  • Page 70: Fuel Requirement/refuelling

    These gasolines are a blend of conventional gasoline and another compound such as alcohol. This Triumph motorcycle will give its best performance when using unleaded This Triumph motorcycle is designed to run gasoline. However, the following should be on unleaded gasoline with a CLC or AKI used as a guide if you use any oxygenated octane rating (R+M)/2 of 87 or higher.
  • Page 71: Fuel Tank Cap

    General Information Fuel Tank Cap Warning To help reduce hazards associated with refuelling, always observe the following fuel safety instructions: Gasoline (fuel) is highly flammable and can be explosive under certain conditions. When refuelling, turn the ignition switch to the 'OFF' position. Do not smoke.
  • Page 72: Filling The Fuel Tank

    General Information Filling the Fuel Tank Warning Avoid filling the tank in rainy or dusty conditions where airborne material can Overfilling the tank can lead to fuel contaminate the fuel. spillage. If fuel is spilled, thoroughly clean up the Caution spillage immediately and dispose of the materials used safely.
  • Page 73: Brake And Clutch Lever Adjusters

    General Information Brake and Clutch Lever The adjusters allow the distance from the handlebar to the lever to be changed to one Adjusters of five positions for the front brake lever or four positions for the clutch lever, to suit the span of the operator's hands.
  • Page 74: Stands

    General Information Stands Center Stand Side Stand chsn_2 1. Center stand chsn_1 To set the motorcycle on the center stand, Side stand step down firmly on the foot finder part of the stand, then lift the motorcycle up and to The motorcycle is equipped with a side stand the rear using the handhold in the rear on which the motorcycle can be parked.
  • Page 75: Tool Kit, Owner's Handbook And Audio System Handbook

    79). seat against any surface which may damage If the Triumph Audio System is fitted, the the seat or seat cover. Audio System Handbook is located beneath See page for seat cleaning information.
  • Page 76: Pillion Seat

    General Information Pillion Seat Re-install the Seat If equipped, reconnect the seat heating connector. Engage the seat's two outer brackets under the loops on the subframe and the two inner brackets to tangs on the rider's seat. Ensure that if the rider’s seat is in the low position, the tangs (see page 77) are fitted to the lower slots, and if the rider’s seat is in the high position the tangs are fitted to the upper...
  • Page 77: Rider's Seat

    General Information Rider's Seat Re-install the seat Engage the seat's front rail fully into the bracket at the rear of the fuel tank and lower the rear on to the subframe brackets. Push down firmly on the rear of the seat. If heated seats are fitted, reconnect the seat heating connector.
  • Page 78: Rider's Seat Height Adjustment

    General Information Rider’s Seat Height Adjustment Heated Seats (if equipped) Heated seats are available as a Triumph accessory on Trophy models. The rider’s seat switch is located on the left hand side panel; the pillion seat switch is located on the right hand side of the rear panel.
  • Page 79: Triumph Accessory D-lock Storage

    Space is provided under the rear seat to store engine is running. a Triumph accessory D-lock (available from The system is designed to offer two heat your Triumph dealer). levels, hot or warm.
  • Page 80: Heated Grips (if Equipped)

    General Information Heated Grips (if equipped) Stowage Boxes Heated grips are available as a Triumph Cockpit Stowage Box accessory on Trophy models. Operation: Warning The heated grip switch is located on the left Never attempt to open the stowage box hand handlebar.
  • Page 81: Under-seat Stowage Box

    (see 2. Catch position page 83) and on models fitted with the On motorcycles without the audio system Triumph Audio System a Universal Serial Bus fitted, the stowage box has a capacity of (USB) connector...
  • Page 82: Helmet And Luggage Hooks

    General Information Helmet and Luggage Hooks Luggage Straps and Hooks The motorcycle is fitted with luggage straps Helmet Hooks located under the rear seat and luggage hooks located under the luggage rack. A helmet can be secured to the motorcycle using the helmet hooks located on either side The rear seat luggage straps can be secured of the motorcycle, beneath the rear seat.
  • Page 83: Electrical Accessory Sockets

    General Information Electrical Accessory Sockets • Trophy SE models have a pillion socket fitted on the left hand side of the Up to four electrical accessory sockets are motorcycle, below the luggage rack. This provided on the motorcycle, as described...
  • Page 84: Windshield

    Plugs, suitable for use with the accessory Warning sockets, are available from your authorized Triumph dealer. Never place loose items of clothing, fingers, hands or any other part of the body near...
  • Page 85 General Information To Adjust the Windshield The windshield can be adjusted as follows: • Ignition on - the windshield can be adjusted; • Engine started - the windshield returns to the position stored at ignition off; • Engine started, but the windshield has been adjusted with the ignition on prior to starting - the windshield does not move as the memorized position has...
  • Page 86: Pannier System

    To avoid personal left hand or the right hand pannier. injury and damage to the motorcycle always fit a Triumph approved windshield. • The pannier is marked in three positions around the lock barrel. To...
  • Page 87: To Remove Each Pannier

    General Information To Remove Each Pannier: Position the pannier to the motorcycle and engage the fixed hooks of the pannier with the pannier mounting points. Ensure that the lower mounting bracket fits into the locating cup moulded into the front of the pannier.
  • Page 88: Pannier Operation

    General Information Pannier Operation Caution The pannier lid has two latch positions; the first latch position acts as a safety catch. Always ensure the pannier lid is fully closed on to the second latch position, as the pannier will not fully seal on the first latch position.
  • Page 89 General Information Warning Warning The two panniers fitted to this motorcycle After fitting or removing the panniers, are linked by a factory-adjusted link bar to operate the motorcycle in a safe area free enhance stability. This link bar allows a from traffic to gain familiarity with the new small amount...
  • Page 90: Top Box (if Equipped)

    This motorcycle must not be operated • The top box is standard equipment above the legal road speed limit except in on some Trophy SE models, or is authorized closed-course conditions. available as an accessory from your authorized Triumph dealer for all other models.
  • Page 91: Mounting The Top Box

    General Information Mounting the Top Box 2. Insert the key into the lock. Turn the key to the RELEASE position and lift the Remove the rubber cover covering the carrying handle to its fully raised position. electrical connectors on the sliding carriage.
  • Page 92 General Information 4. Lower the top box until it sits flat on the sliding carriage then push forwards to Warning fully engage its mountings. To prevent detachment of the top box 5. Lock the top box to the sliding carriage while riding, after fitting always grasp the by turning the key to the RELEASE top box and pull firmly upwards and to the...
  • Page 93: Top Box Operation

    (see page 83). Warning Warning The maximum safe load for the top box, After fitting the top box the motorcycle will when fitted to the Trophy and Trophy SE, exhibit handling characteristics. is 22 lbs (10 kg). Never exceed this...
  • Page 94 Triumph dealer and do not ride the motorcycle until the authorized dealer has declared it fit for use. Riding a motorcycle Warning...
  • Page 95: Breaking-in

    General Information Breaking-in From 1000 miles (800 1500 kilometers): • Engine speed can gradually be increased up to the maximum engine speed R.P.M. (red zone) for short periods. cboa Both during and after breaking-in has been Breaking-in is the name given to the process completed: that occurs during the first hours of a new •...
  • Page 96: Safe Operation

    Maintenance and fasteners. Adjustment section or see your authorized Triumph dealer for the action required to Steering Action: Smooth but not loose from return the motorcycle to a safe operating lock to lock. No binding of any of the control condition.
  • Page 97 General Information Throttle: Ensure that the throttle grip returns Electrical Equipment: All lights and the to the idle position without sticking (page 70). horn function correctly (page 62). Clutch Fluid Level: No brake and clutch Engine Stop: Stop switch turns the engine fluid leakage.
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  • Page 99: How To Ride The Motorcycle

    How to Ride the Motorcycle HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE Table of Contents To Stop the Engine ............100 To Start the Engine .
  • Page 100: To Stop The Engine

    How to Ride the Motorcycle To Stop the Engine Engine stop switch To Start the Engine 2. Starter button Check that the engine stop switch is in the 3. Neutral indicator light RUN position. 4. ON position Ensure the transmission is in neutral. 5.
  • Page 101: How To Ride The Motorcycle

    How to Ride the Motorcycle • A transponder is fitted within the Caution turn engine immobilizer. ensure Do not operate the starter continuously for immobilizer functions correctly, only more than 5 seconds as the starter motor ever have one of the ignition keys will overheat and the battery will become near the ignition switch.
  • Page 102: Moving Off

    How to Ride the Motorcycle Moving Off Warning Pull in the clutch lever and select first gear. Open the throttle a little and let out the clutch With the traction control enabled, it will lever slowly. As the clutch starts to engage, limit the amount of front wheel lift and rear open the throttle a little more, allowing wheel slip.
  • Page 103: Braking

    How to Ride the Motorcycle Braking Warning This motorcycle is equipped with the Triumph Linked Brakes System, combined Do not change to a lower gear at speeds with the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS). that will cause excessive engine speeds. In this system the rear brake is linked to the...
  • Page 104 Riders should practice emergency braking in a traffic-free area (see ABS warnings below/over). Triumph strongly recommends that all riders take a course of instruction, which includes advice on safe brake operation. Incorrect brake technique could result in...
  • Page 105: Abs (anti-lock Brake System)

    How to Ride the Motorcycle ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System) Warning Warning When descending a long, steep gradient, use engine braking by down shifting and ABS prevents the wheels from locking, use the brakes intermittently. Continuous therefore maximizing the effectiveness of brake application can overheat the brakes the braking system in emergencies and and reduce their effectiveness.
  • Page 106 ABS braking system. Do not continue to ride for longer than is necessary with the indicator light illuminated. In the event of a fault, contact an authorized Triumph dealer as soon as possible to have the fault checked and rectified. In this situation,...
  • Page 107: Parking

    How to Ride the Motorcycle Parking Warning Do not park on a soft or on a steeply inclined surface. Parking under these conditions may cause the motorcycle to fall over causing damage to property and personal injury. Warning Gasoline is extremely flammable and can be explosive under certain conditions.
  • Page 108: Considerations For High-speed Operation

    Warning operating speeds, greatly Only operate this Triumph motorcycle at exaggerated at high speeds. high speed in closed-course on-road competition or on closed-course racetracks. High-speed operation should only then be attempted by riders who have been...
  • Page 109: General

    How to Ride the Motorcycle General Fuel Ensure the motorcycle has been maintained Have sufficient fuel for the increased fuel according to the scheduled maintenance consumption that will result from high-speed chart. operation. Steering Caution Check that the handlebar turns smoothly The exhaust system is fitted with a catalytic without excessive free play or tight spots.
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  • Page 111: Accessories, Loading And Passengers

    Always check the load security regularly (though not while the motorcycle is in Warning motion) and ensure that the load does not Only operate this Triumph motorcycle at extend beyond the rear of the motorcycle. high speed in closed-course on-road Never exceed the Maximum Vehicle competition or on closed-course racetracks.
  • Page 112 Accessories, Loading and Passengers Warning Warning Your passenger should be instructed that Do not carry animals on your motorcycle. he or she can cause loss of motorcycle An animal could make sudden and control by making sudden movements or unpredictable movements that could lead by adopting an incorrect seated position.
  • Page 113 Accessories, Loading and Passengers Warning Warning Never attempt to store any items in the Never ride accessory-equipped cockpit area. This can restrict the steering motorcycle, or a motorcycle carrying a and will cause loss of control leading to an payload of any kind, at speeds above accident.
  • Page 114 If the passenger seat or luggage rack are The top box sliding carriage is intended for used to carry small objects, they must not fitment of the Triumph Genuine Accessory exceed a total maximum of 22 lbs (10 kg) top box only.
  • Page 115 22 lbs (10 kg) total Cockpit stowage box 3.3 lbs (1.5 kg) Under-seat stowage box (with and without 1. 1 lbs (0.5 kg) (with audio) audio fitted) 3.8 lbs 1.7 kg (without audio) Triumph accessory D-lock (if equipped) 5.6 lbs (2.7 kg)
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  • Page 117: Maintenance And Adjustment

    Maintenance and Adjustment MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Table of Contents Scheduled Maintenance............120 Engine Oil .
  • Page 118 Front Fork Inspection........... . . 139 Front Suspension Adjustment (Trophy models only) ......140 Front Suspension Setting Chart (Trophy models only).
  • Page 119 Maintenance and Adjustment Brake/Tail Light Assembly ........... . 160 Brake/Tail Light Assembly Removal and Installation .
  • Page 120: Maintenance And Adjustment

    Only an authorized your motorcycle. Triumph dealer will have this knowledge Triumph Motorcycles cannot accept any and equipment. responsibility for damage or injury resulting Since incorrect or neglected maintenance...
  • Page 121: Maintenance And Adjustment

    Valve clearances - check/adjust Camshaft timing - adjust - only first 20,000 mile • (32,000 km) service • • • Air cleaner - replace Autoscan - carry out a full Autoscan using the Triumph • • • • • diagnostic tool •...
  • Page 122 Maintenance and Adjustment Operation Description Odometer Reading in Miles (Kms) or Time Period, whichever comes first First Service Annual Mileage based service Service Every Year 10,000 20,000 40,000 (32,000) (800) (64,000) 30,000 1 month (16,000 48,000) • • • • •...
  • Page 123 Maintenance and Adjustment Operation Description Odometer Reading in Miles (Kms) or Time Period, whichever comes first First Service Annual Mileage based service Service Every Year 10,000 20,000 40,000 (32,000) (800) (64,000) 30,000 1 month (16,000 48,000) • • • • •...
  • Page 124: Engine Oil

    Maintenance and Adjustment Engine Oil Oil Level Inspection cbnz In order for the engine, transmission, and clutch to function correctly, maintain the engine oil at the correct level, and change the oil and oil filter in accordance with scheduled maintenance requirements. Warning 1.
  • Page 125: Oil Level Adjustment

    Maintenance and Adjustment Oil Level Adjustment Oil and Oil Filter Change chta Filler plug 1. Oil drain plug If it is necessary to top off the oil level, remove the filler plug and add oil, a little at a time, until the level registered in the sight glass is correct.
  • Page 126: Disposal Of Used Engine Oil And Oil Filters

    If Unscrew and remove the oil filter using this light stays on when the engine is Triumph service tool T3880313. Dispose of running, stop the engine immediately and the old filter in an environmentally friendly investigate the cause.
  • Page 127: Oil Specification And Grade

    Maintenance and Adjustment Oil Specification and Grade Cooling System Triumph high performance fuel injected engines are designed to use 10W/40 or ensure efficient 15W/50 semi or fully synthetic motorcycle engine cooling, check engine oil that meets specification API SH (or...
  • Page 128: Coolant Level Inspection

    Never swallow anti-freeze or any of the motorcycle coolant. Note: • HD4X Hybrid coolant, supplied by Triumph, is pre-mixed and does not need to be diluted chsz prior to filling or topping off the 1. Expansion tank cooling system. 2. MAX mark 3.
  • Page 129: Coolant Level Adjustment

    Maintenance and Adjustment Coolant Level Adjustment Release the left hand fairing infill panel stud from the mounting grommet and remove it from the motorcycle. Warning Do not remove the radiator pressure cap when the engine is hot. When the engine is hot, the coolant inside the radiator will be hot and also under pressure.
  • Page 130: Coolant Change

    Interference with Coolant Change the radiator airflow can cause overheating, Have the coolant changed by an authorized potentially resulting in engine damage. Triumph dealer in accordance with scheduled maintenance requirements.
  • Page 131: Throttle Control

    Always be alert for changes in the 'feel' of the throttle control and have the throttle Clutch Fluid Level Inspection and system checked by an authorized Triumph Adjustment dealer if any changes are detected. Changes can be due to wear in the...
  • Page 132: Final Drive Unit

    Maintenance and Adjustment The brake and clutch fluid in the reservoir Final Drive Unit must be kept between the upper and lower Other than checking the final drive oil level, level lines (reservoir held horizontal). the unit contains no user serviceable parts. Release the fasteners securing the clutch Check the final drive unit for oil leaks in reservoir cover, then remove the cover noting...
  • Page 133: Side Panels

    Maintenance and Adjustment Side Panels Brakes Side panel removal is required to access the Brake Wear Inspection fuse boxes and to top off the rear brake fluid reservoir. Removal Remove the rider’s seat (see page 77). Remove the two fasteners securing the side panel.
  • Page 134: Brake Pad Wear Compensation

    It is dangerous to operate the motorcycle fitted, ride with extreme caution until the under such conditions and your authorized new pads have 'broken in'. Triumph dealer must rectify the fault before riding. Riding with defective brakes may lead to Warning loss of motorcycle control and an accident.
  • Page 135: Disc Brake Fluid

    Maintenance and Adjustment Disc Brake Fluid Front Brake Fluid Level Inspection and Adjustment Inspect the level of brake fluid in both reservoirs and change the brake fluid in accordance with scheduled maintenance requirements. Use only DOT 4 fluid as recommended in the Specification section. The brake fluid must also be changed if it becomes, or is suspected of having become contaminated with moisture or any other...
  • Page 136: Rear Brake Fluid Inspection And Adjustment

    Triumph Fluid Level Adjustment dealer for advice before riding. Riding with depleted brake fluid levels, or with a brake...
  • Page 137: Brake Light Switches

    Triumph dealer secured on a suitable support. Do not investigate and rectify the fault. exert extreme force against each wheel or rock each wheel vigorously as this may...
  • Page 138: Inspecting The Steering (steering Head) Bearings For Free Play

    If the wheel bearings in the front or rear wheel allow play in the wheel hub, are noisy, or if the wheel does not turn smoothly, have your authorized Triumph dealer inspect the wheel bearings. The wheel bearings must be inspected at the...
  • Page 139: Front Suspension

    (see page 142). If any damage or leakage is found, consult an authorized Triumph dealer. • This chart is only a guide. Setting requirements may vary for rider To check that the forks operate smoothly: weight and personal preferences.
  • Page 140: Front Suspension Adjustment (trophy Models Only)

    Maintenance and Adjustment Front Suspension Adjustment Front Suspension Setting Chart (Trophy models only) (Trophy models only) Note: Loading Mode Rebound Damping¹ • Suspension adjustments Trophy SE models fitted with Solo Riding Comfort Triumph Electronic Suspension (TES) Standard are described on page 58.
  • Page 141: Rear Suspension

    Maintenance and Adjustment Rear Suspension Rear Suspension Adjustment (Trophy models only) Warning Note: • Suspension adjustments Ensure that the correct balance between Trophy SE models fitted with front and rear suspension is maintained. Triumph Electronic Suspension (TES) Suspension imbalance could significantly are described on page 58.
  • Page 142: Rear Suspension Setting Chart (trophy Models Only)

    Maintenance and Adjustment Note: Rear Suspension Setting Chart (Trophy models only) • The setting is measured as the number adjuster 'clicks' Loading Mode Spring Rebound counter-clockwise from the fully Pre-Load² damping² clockwise (hardest) position. Solo Comfort • The motorcycle is delivered from...
  • Page 143: Tires

    Maintenance and Adjustment Tires cboa This model is equipped with tubeless tires, valves and wheel rims. Use only tires marked 'TUBELESS' and tubeless valves on rims marked 'SUITABLE FOR TUBELESS TIRES'. Warning Typical Tire Marking - Do not install tube-type tires on tubeless Tubeless Tire rims.
  • Page 144: Tire Inflation Pressures

    The cold inflation pressures specified by Triumph take account of this. Owners must only adjust tire pressures when the tires are cold using an accurate pressure gauge, and must not use the tire pressure display on the instruments.
  • Page 145: Tire Wear

    Maintenance and Adjustment Tire Wear Warning Only operate this Triumph motorcycle at high speed in closed-course on-road competition or on closed-course racetracks. cboa As the tire tread wears down, the tire High-speed operation should only then be becomes more susceptible to punctures. It is...
  • Page 146: Tire Replacement

    Maintenance and Adjustment Tire Replacement Tire Pressure Monitoring System (Only on models equipped with TPMS) All Triumph motorcycles are carefully and extensively tested in a range of riding Caution conditions to ensure that the most effective tire combinations are approved for use on An adhesive label is fitted to the wheel rim each model.
  • Page 147 If tire damage is suspected, such as after necessary. striking the curb, ask your authorized The same checks and adjustments must Triumph dealer to inspect the tire both also be carried out when 100 miles have internally and externally. Remember, tire been travelled after installation.
  • Page 148: Battery

    When wheel balancing is required, such as battery whether or not it is fitted in the after tire replacement, see your authorized motorcycle. Triumph dealer. Do not attach jump leads to the battery, Only use self-adhesive weights. Clip-on touch the battery cables together or...
  • Page 149: Battery Removal

    Maintenance and Adjustment Battery Removal Disconnect the battery leads, negative (black) lead first. Remove the fastener securing the right hand Lift the battery out of the case. cockpit infill panel and remove the panel from the two front studs/grommets by pulling upwards and rearwards.
  • Page 150: Battery Maintenance

    Maintenance and Adjustment Battery Maintenance Battery Discharge Clean the battery using a clean, dry cloth. Be Caution sure that the cable connections are clean. The charge level in the battery must be Warning maintained to maximize battery life. The battery acid is corrosive and poisonous Failure to maintain the battery charge level and will cause damage to unprotected could cause serious internal damage to the...
  • Page 151: Battery Maintenance During Storage And Infrequent Use Of The Motorcycle

    For help with selecting a battery charger, Motorcycle checking the battery Voltage or battery charging, contact your local authorized During storage or infrequent use of the Triumph dealer. motorcycle, inspect the battery Voltage weekly using a digital multimeter. Follow the manufacturer's instructions supplied with the Warning meter.
  • Page 152: Battery Installation

    Should the battery Voltage fall below ignite battery gases causing a risk of 12.7 Volts, the battery should be charged personal injury. using a Triumph approved battery charger. Always follow the instructions supplied with Place the battery in the battery case. the battery charger.
  • Page 153: Fuse Boxes

    Align the infill panel to the cockpit and refit the fastener, tightening to 27 lbf-in (3 Nm). chsd Trophy SE models only: After battery 1. Front fuse box reconnection allow the Triumph Electronic 2. Rear fuse box Suspension (TES) system to re-calibrate as 3.
  • Page 154: Fuse Identification

    When checking for a blown fuse, and should be replaced if used. use the tables to establish which fuse has blown. Fuse Layout - Trophy Front of Motorcycle cebw Front fuse box cover 4.
  • Page 155: Fuse Layout - Trophy Se

    Maintenance and Adjustment Fuse Layout - Trophy SE Front of Motorcycle cebw Front fuse box cover 4. Rear fuse box 2. Front fuse box 5. Rear fuse box cover 3. Spare fuses Front Fuse Box Rear Fuse Box Circuit Protected...
  • Page 156: Abs Fuse Box

    Maintenance and Adjustment ABS Fuse Box Main Fuse The 40 Amp main fuse is located above the Circuit Protected Position Rating battery. (Amps) To allow access to the main fuse, remove the fastener securing the right hand cockpit infill panel and remove the panel from the two front studs/grommets by pulling upwards The ABS system is protected by two fuses, and rearwards.
  • Page 157: Headlights

    The use of non-approved headlight bulbs may result in damage to the headlight lens. Caution Use a genuine Triumph supplied headlight bulb as specified in the Triumph Parts If the motorcycle is to be used under Catalog. closed-course conditions, you may be...
  • Page 158 Maintenance and Adjustment Remove the two fasteners and remove the Detach the bulb retainer from the hook on lower yoke cover to allow access to the bulbs the headlight assembly and rotate it away from underneath. from the bulb as shown. chsf chtk Lower yoke cover...
  • Page 159: Position Light Bulb Replacement

    Maintenance and Adjustment Position Light Bulb Replacement Disconnect the ambient air temperature sensor connector and remove the trim panel. chtc Position light bulb chtu 1. Headlight trim panel The position light is fitted to the underside of 2. Fasteners the headlight, behind the headlight trim 3.
  • Page 160: Brake/tail Light Assembly

    Maintenance and Adjustment Brake/Tail Light Assembly Bulb Replacement The brake/tail light, license plate light and rear direction turn signals are incorporated in a single assembly. The brake/tail light unit is a sealed, maintenance free LED unit. The direction turn signal bulbs and license plate light bulb can be replaced as described below: Brake/Tail Light Assembly Removal and Installation...
  • Page 161: Front Direction Indicator Bulb Replacement

    Maintenance and Adjustment Front Direction Indicator Bulb Cleaning Replacement Frequent, regular cleaning is an essential part of the maintenance of your motorcycle. If regularly cleaned, the appearance will be preserved for many years. Cleaning with cold water containing an automotive cleaner is essential at all times but particularly so after exposure to sea breezes, sea water, dusty or muddy roads and in winter when roads are...
  • Page 162: Preparation For Washing

    Maintenance and Adjustment Preparation for Washing Where to be Careful Before washing, precautions must be taken Avoid spraying water with any great force to keep water off the following places. near the following places: Rear opening of the exhausts: Cover with a •...
  • Page 163: After Washing

    Maintenance and Adjustment After Washing Unpainted Aluminum Items Remove the plastic bags and tape, and clear Items such as brake and clutch levers, wheels, the air intakes. engine covers, top and bottom yokes on some models must be correctly cleaned to Test the brakes before motorcycle operation.
  • Page 164: Windshield Cleaning

    Maintenance and Adjustment Windshield Cleaning Warning Never attempt to clean the windshield while the motorcycle is in motion as releasing the handlebars may cause loss of vehicle control and an accident. Operation of the motorcycle with a damaged or scratched windshield will Clean the windshield with a solution of mild reduce the rider's forward vision.
  • Page 165: Cleaning Of The Exhaust System

    Maintenance and Adjustment Cleaning of the Exhaust System Drying All parts of the exhaust system of your Dry the exhaust system as far as possible with motorcycle must be cleaned regularly to a soft cloth. Do not run the engine to dry the avoid a deterioration of its appearance.
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  • Page 167: Storage

    (noting that Warning HD4X Hybrid OAT coolant, as supplied by Triumph, is pre-mixed and requires no Gasoline is extremely flammable and can dilution) and distilled water solution (see be explosive under certain conditions. Turn page 127). the ignition switch off. Do not smoke.
  • Page 168: Preparation After Storage

    Storage Preparation After Storage Crank the engine on the starter motor several times until the oil pressure light goes out. Install battery removed) (see Replace the spark plugs, tightening to page 152). 9 lbf-ft (12 Nm), and start the engine. If the motorcycle has been stored for more Check and if necessary correct the tire than four months, change the engine oil (see...
  • Page 169: Specifications

    Specifications SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions Overall Length ..... 88 in (2235 mm) Overall Width ..... . 38.3 in (975 mm) (with panniers fitted) 37.6 in (955 mm) (without panniers) Overall Height.
  • Page 170 Water/Anti-freeze ratio ....50/50 (premixed as supplied by Triumph) Coolant Capacity ....
  • Page 171 Specifications Fuel System Type ......Electronic Fuel Injection Injectors ......Solenoid Operated Fuel Pump .
  • Page 172 Specifications Transmission Transmission Type ....6 Speed, Constant Mesh Clutch Type ......Wet, Multi-Plate Final Drive Ratio .
  • Page 173 Specifications Tires Tire Sizes: Front Size......120/70 ZR17 Rear Size ......190/55 ZR17 Tire Pressures (Cold): Front .
  • Page 174 Specifications Electrical Equipment Battery Type......YTX20L-BS Battery Rating ..... . 12 Volt, 18 Ah Alternator.
  • Page 175 Coolant ......Triumph HD4X Hybrid OAT coolant Bearings and Pivots....
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  • Page 177 Protecting..... . 165 (Trophy only) ....140 Unpainted Aluminum Items .
  • Page 178 Index Fuel Requirement ....70 Trip Computer Reset ..43 Filling the Fuel Tank ....72 Trip Setup .
  • Page 179 Tightening Torques ....175 (Trophy only) ....142 Tires ......173 Rear Suspension Adjustment Transmission .
  • Page 180 Index Under-seat Stowage Box ....81 Warning Lights ..... 26 Warnings Warning Label Locations .

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