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Triumph Service Interval Job sheet

Discussion in 'Maintenance & Tweaks' started by TripleJimmy, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. TripleJimmy

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    There have been a few questions lately around what work to expect for the 500, 6000 mile services and so on. I thought I would post this Triumph service sheet up so that everyone knows what the dealer should be doing and when. This is the job sheet for ALL models except the Rocket III.



    I hope this helps. I have made this a sticky for the moment.

    Average Service costs:

    500 Mile or 1st service = £50-60 (Triumph offset the labor you only pay parts)

    Minor or 6000/18,000 Mile service = £250

    Major or 12,000/24,000 Mile service = £400-500

    Its best to shop around dealerships will often have discount offers during off peak times like the middle of winter. You can ofter play one dealer off on another to get a cheaper price.
     

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  2. Craig

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    Just an update: heres an update to the job sheet... ;)
     

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  3. They are both way out of date, but better than nothing
     
  4. Craig

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    Indeed better than nothing, the last one though was used on my service last week so not as out of date as you would expect. ;)
     
  5. triumph1985

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    Are the service intervals strictly mileage or is it 6000 miles or so many years etc??
     
  6. Davetona

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    The service intervals for the Triumph Daytona 675 are; 500 miles - 1 month*, 6000 miles - 1 Year*, 12000 miles - 2 Years*, 18000 miles - 3 Years*, 24000 miles - 4 Years* and 30000 miles - 5 Years.

    *Whichever comes first.
     
  7. Stu675

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    great!
    I'm way over 30,000 so it looks like mine never needs to be serviced again. :)
     
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  8. Ntecuk

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    anyone got hold of the 2013 model service sheet?
     
  9. Should be in the manual
     
  10. I have a street triple 675 2009, the batery was discharged and i have done a mistake that i start the motorcycle with the car battery. Later on i bought a new batery and it is discharged during the week. Now i dont know the problem is with the regulator or rectifire ???!!! I was thinking that the problem is with the regulator but im not quiet sure for changin it. From the rectifire the tension is comming diferent from 3 lines and from regulator the tensionis not comming more than 12.8V. Can someone help me what shcould i do? Thanks a lot.
     
  11. Stu675

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    See attached (hopefully) document on the charging system - you need to identify if the problem is with the alternator or regulator/rectifier (that is one thing)
     

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  12. Ingin69

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    I was £95 for my first service
     
  13. Had a 12000mile service done yesterday on my road bike at Staffordshire triumph.
    Great service as always, I requested they don't change the air filter as its aftermarket & leave the rear suspension as I intend to have my ohlins forks & shock maintained by a suspension specialist this year.
    I was charged 4.5hrs labour & parts which amounted to £395 which tbf I was happy with.
    STAFFS T have or had! An early service offer on in which you get 20% back in gift vouchers to be used against anything in the shop, new bikes, clothing, accessories, parts or servicing.
    So for my £395 I've received £80 back in gift vouchers in my eyes bringing my 12K service down to £315

    I'M WELL HAPPY & CAN'T RECOMMENDED THESE GUYS ENOUGH

    They claim to have the biggest triumph showroom in Europe so makes a great destination for a ride out & whenever I've visited theirs always been a friendly welcome & coffee waiting
     
  14. May have to pop in ten I think and meet up for a beer or brew haha
     
  15. StephenP

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    Did the 12k service myself, no doubt did a far better job than a garage too. Saved a bit of money, only works if you've got a nice warm garage to put the bike in and work on it, sod working out in the cold.
     
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  16. FairPlay, I wouldn't wanna do the valve clearances myself.
    Oil & filter on the race bike plenty of times a year is no problem but i don't have the mechanical knowledge to start pulling the engine apart.
    Maybe 1day! I only have it serviced with triumph as they've always been fair to me on any problems and replaced parts out of goodwill after the manufacturers warranty had expired.
     
  17. hahahah I am used to pulling A series engines apart in my Sleep and i am determinied to have a go at checking my shims.
     
  18. StephenP

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    Very easy to do valves, sounds hard but take it slow and follow the manual. Plus YouTube is your friend.

    Now know I can do it, why bother paying someone.
     
  19. would you worry about getting the triumph stamp for servicing from a resale point of view? I'm confident to service myself as done my KTM every 10-15hrs of riding
     

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