Triumph Street Triple for Sale - many extras

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  1. andy1100xx

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    Triumph Street Triple 2008 Black
    Owned since new, supplied and maintained by Britbike in Bangkok
    3970km
    less than 100km since last full service

    Baht 100,00 of extras including:
    - Elka 3 way rear shock (preload, high/low speed compression, rebound and ride height adjustment)
    - Triumph seat cowl, belly pan, carbon tankpad and front screen with standard and high visors (high visor shown in picture)
    - Engine & frame protectors
    - Renthal bars
    - Pazzo adjustable levers
    - Maggot shorty silencer

    Comes with all the original parts.

    Unfortunately have to sell due to medical reasons
    Bike is in Bangkok

    Baht 510,000

    Email [email [email protected]][email protected][/email] or call 081 8899804

    Cheers
    Andy
     
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    Sorry, typo in original post... mileage is actually 3970km not 4970km.
    original post edited!
     
  3. Tom Forde

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    Mate,
    love the bike, but Kawasaki has stuffed the market.
    I have owned 2 triples in Oz because they are cheap and go like hell.
    Now there are options in Thailand, I hope that Triumph reduce prices.
    I would love to buy your bike and good luck, but the Thai Gov. just have to get real on taxes.
    Cheers
    Tom
     
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    Tom
    Yeah, it's a bit of a problem... the mid range Kawasaki twins are nice bikes and a great price but IMHO the Street Triple is in a different league ... 20% lighter, 50% more powerful, probably best handling in it's class? Depends what you're after I guess.

    Anyway, I could be persuaded to be flexible on the price :)

    Cheers
    Andy
     

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