Triumph Recalls Daytona 675 and Speed Triple

No less than 3 successive recalls came from Triumph, and three models are affected, nothing extremely risky, but no minor things, either.
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Some 61 2012 Daytona 675 and 675R may have a throttle cable guide missing from the assembly line. The worst case scenario sees the said cable trapped in the steering stop, thus prevented from working correctly and therefore unable to open or close the throttle normally. Authorized dealers will install the missing guide and at the same time check for damaged throttle cables, replacing those found to be defective.

The other two recalls deal with certain Speed Triple machines. In the first case (33 bikes said to be affected) a wrong washer was installed under the neutral switch. In some cases, the neutral light could remain lit even if the bike is in gear. Since we've all happened to let the clutch go while in gear at one time, no need to say that the sudden surge forward could send riders off the bike or cause dangerous confusions during riding. The correct washer will be installed in dealerships, Triumph says.

Finally, some more 24 Speed Triples have an incorrect gearbox detent spring, and ins certain condition, this may cause the bike to shift out of gear. Technicians will check the spring and replace it as necessary.
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