1974 Triumph Trident Trident T150V
Service with Some Cosmetics
Owner: Dave W. of Virginia
COMMENTS:  This Trident arrived in poor running condition after another shop had recently worked on it.  To correct the running problem and other problems created by the other shop, we cleaned 3 Amal 626 carburetors, install missing air valves & missing choke valve, springs & cables, new petcocks, correct top end engine leaks from head gasket & left push rod tube, correct clutch & inner and outer primary cover leak, install new driven plate assembly, thrust bearing & inner primary cover, replace leaking oil hoses, re-route incorrect breather hoses, install new cloth wrapped wiring harness and correct "confused" electrical switches & wiring, install Boyer electronic ignition, repair leaks at front forks, rebuild front brake master cylinder, new battery, new rubber, upgrade to 200 watt Sparx 3 phase stator, new Halogen bulb, replace seat cover & install gel pad in seat, polish various engine covers & other parts, install new headlight switch, paint gasoline tank & side covers including color match of existing fender paint, and repaint gasoline tank
   emblems.  This service took over 55 labor hours, parts extra.

         Click HERE to see the 3 awards this Trident won
Won 1st in the Triples category at the 2011 British & European Classic Motorcycle Day in May
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Won 1st in the Trident category at the 2011 Triumph Come Home Rally in June
This is how to NOT install a Boyer ignition module - wrapped in foam & installed under the seat
Leaked & crystallized brake fluid
Keeping valves, springs & retainers in perfect order
New wiring harness installation
Our install of a Boyer ignition module - custom bracket attached to the rear fender so it won't move around
Seems small, but incorrect installation of a drive chain master link is a serious safety issue
Single disc clutch assembly
Before polish
Sparx 200 watt 3-phase stator installed
Good as new inside & out
Before polish & re-lacing
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Won 1st in the Trident category at the 2012 Triumph Come Home Rally in June