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findlay13
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: 2004]
      #662712 - 11/24/16 03:29 AM

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Congrat's on owning the baddest cruiser on the planet, it's beautiful! I can't tell you how thrilled I am that you kept the America, It's a bike worth keeping (and it has a chain & a soul, not to mention that beautiful sound. I could go on & on... Enjoy them both !!






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"Oh Man I only ride 'em.I don't know what makes 'em work". Donald "Oddball" Sutherland

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tinmantwo
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: Dwight]
      #662713 - 11/24/16 05:06 AM

Just a shame the big triple don't come in Green. Congrats just the same.

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BillyIndiana
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Reged: 09/29/15
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: tinmantwo]
      #662717 - 11/24/16 06:33 AM

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Just a shame the big triple don't come in Green. Congrats just the same.


Oh I have thought about that and there may be a Paint Job coming over next winter. I have a cousin in Nashville that does custom work. I was always confused with the America because I like her as she is, but the Rocket might be the perfect bike to take advantage of him.

The R3T seems to not have many customization options so a custom paint job might be just the deal.

I may also get a cupholder?

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Gregger
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: Dwight]
      #662955 - 12/04/16 09:52 AM

Bill, congrats on the purchase of that Rocket. Both of you will love the ride. I purchased a Roadster 3 years ago and love it. Sadly had to give up the America though. Still wish I had it but I do ride with the fellow who purchased it. Often have to tell him to clean the bike up because it never got that dirty when I owned it.

Treat that Rocket with respect. Oh, the touring model is severely restricted in horsepower (but not torque). You can get the power of the Roadster with a map change using Tune ECU and a proper OBD2 cable typically from Triumph Twin Power. Have fun.

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03 Bonneville America
69 BSA Firebird Scrambler
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SMJoe
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: Gregger]
      #663013 - 12/06/16 06:24 AM

That looks like a comfy ride. A set of ear buds hooked up to some good tunes and Emma may never want to get off the bike.

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BillyIndiana
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: Gregger]
      #663034 - 12/06/16 07:59 PM

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Bill, congrats on the purchase of that Rocket. Both of you will love the ride. I purchased a Roadster 3 years ago and love it. Sadly had to give up the America though. Still wish I had it but I do ride with the fellow who purchased it. Often have to tell him to clean the bike up because it never got that dirty when I owned it.

Treat that Rocket with respect. Oh, the touring model is severely restricted in horsepower (but not torque). You can get the power of the Roadster with a map change using Tune ECU and a proper OBD2 cable typically from Triumph Twin Power. Have fun.




People on the Rocket forum scare me. I mean we all want to get the most out of our machines, but some of those guys are nuts. I like them.

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Gregger
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: BillyIndiana]
      #663246 - 12/17/16 05:26 PM

I agree Bill. Some of the horsepower those guys pull out of the Rocket is crazy. And they want more.....

Nothing wrong with that..

Oh, BTW, I have a couple of close friends that live in Anderson and Carmel just north of Indianapolis that we visit with often. Not far from your place. I've purchased parts from the Triumph shop in Indianapolis several times also.

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BillyIndiana
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: Gregger]
      #663254 - 12/17/16 10:32 PM

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I agree Bill. Some of the horsepower those guys pull out of the Rocket is crazy. And they want more.....

Nothing wrong with that..

Oh, BTW, I have a couple of close friends that live in Anderson and Carmel just north of Indianapolis that we visit with often. Not far from your place. I've purchased parts from the Triumph shop in Indianapolis several times also.




Let me know when you are in the area and I will run down. North side of Indy is only 45 minutes from here. Falcone is a nice shop in Indy. I got the Rocket from Windy City Triumph in St. Charles IL. About 3 hours from here. They made me a great deal on it.

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MACMC
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Re: Bill and Emma's R3T [Re: BillyIndiana]
      #663291 - 12/20/16 01:53 PM

Beautiful wife and bike, oh what a lucky man is he.

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