Triumph Hinckley Classic Programme (cheap stuff)

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Triumph Hinckley Classic Programme (cheap stuff)

Postby D6 » 05 Jun 2015, 09:04

I have decided to come out of the closet.

As you may or may not be aware, I work for Triumph. And before you ask, no I can't tell you what is being designed and planned. And yes I do know what is planned over the next 5+ years.

However, I decided to let you all know, as there is a push on all our older stock that I thought some of you may be interested in.

Essentially older models (Daytona 650, Old Thunderbird sport, Adventurer, Trident, Trophy, Tiger, Speed triple, Daytona 955 and more) have been reviewed and all the stock that is no longer selling collated.

Normally this would be scrapped, but we decided as there's so much of it, that it seemed too much of a waste. Especially for the owners out there who have cared for their bikes this long (although we'd prefer them to buy a new one :D )

So we have reviewed the prices, and cut so much off RRP that we are hoping people out there can find a good home to it. And maybe repair or spruce up bikes that at normal RRP prices made it too expensive.

Some examples are as follows;

T2054045 Rear suspension unit Daytona 600 & 650 £79.00
T1170004 Clutch assembly Trophy, Daytona, £79.00
T1161063 Crankcase Assy, M/C, Black Tiger, £99.00
T1150555 Cylinder head Legend TT, Thunderbird & Thunderbird Sport £89.00
T1150710 Cylinder head assembly Tiger, Speed Triple £89.00
T2201780 Airbox assembly Speed Triple, Sprint £10.00
2200086-T0301 Downpipe lh Trident £49.00
T1290485 Electronic Control Module TT600, Speed Four £79.00
T2500940 Engine harness Sprint £39.00
T2201916 SILENCER,SINGLE,ALUMINIUM WRAP Daytona 600 & 650 £69.00
2500410-T0301 Speedometer kph Trident, Trophy £10.00
2010001-T0301 Wheel assembly Daytona, Speed Triple £69.00
T2044420 Yoke assembly Speed Four, TT600, £19.00

Now please note these parts are still sold through the Triumph dealer network, and the prices above are examples of our new RRP's. So actual figures may vary slightly.

Also, one last very important detail. Once it's gone, it's gone for good. So if you are thinking of anything, look into it sooner rather than later.

As this is a nice small community, I am happy to look into the stock of any parts anyone on this forum is interested in.

Please do not pass this onto anyone outside this community yet, as I am going to spam forums advertising it as a customer. Essentially we would like people to visit the dealers to ask about the promotion, and more importantly I don't want to be bombarded with enquiries personally.

To those thinking of doing up a bike or trackbike, now's a good opportunity.

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Re: Triumph Hinckley Classic Programme (cheap stuff)

Postby DaytonAndy » 05 Jun 2015, 12:37

"And before you ask, no I can't tell you what is being designed and planned. And yes I do know what is planned over the next 5+ years"
(ttiwwp) (giggle)
Definitely a nice touch from Triumph to sell off the bits cheap
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