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    1979 Triumph T140E Bonneville Parts

    1979 Triumph T140E Bonneville
    Spark Plug:
    B6ES
    Battery:
    12N9-4B-1
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    Bruce (Bethlehem, CT)

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    yusa battery

    I decided to go with the Yuasa battery mainly because my Roadstar came with one in 2001 and lasted 12 years! I replaced it 2 years ago with another brand and it failed to hold a charge so, back with Yuasa. As usual, Motorcycle Superstore has the best prices and service I've ever experienced. When my new '13 Ultra Classic needs anything I'll check here first!

    Jeremiah (Jacsonville, AR)

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    Great chain and sproket

    I have an '06 Ninja 500 and this was the first new chain the bike has ever had. A lot quieter than the stock worn out one that came off. It would have been nice to have different color options, but I guess that is what keeps the cost down.

    Doug (Brentwood, CA)

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    Great Brakes, Great Stopping Power

    I commute 100 miles round trip daily on my Triumph Sprint ST. These pads were easy to install. I put a set on both the front and back. I have about 5k on these pads. The stopping power is much better than the OEM. I've used the same brand on my prior bike (SV1000) and put 20k on them. They were still going strong when I switched bikes which prompted me to get the same type again.

    Jerry (Morehead City, NC)

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    Nice

    Great tape installs easy and looks great. It helps people in cars see you better at night.

    Don (Kennewick, WI)

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    Works, but--

    Should have been about an inch longer, and I had to grind out the space where it attaches to the caliper because the angle of the banjo wasn't quite right. However, I did make it work.

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