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hello ,, my name is Derk and I have a 2001 trophy t312 i purchased just before xmas  It had 16250miles on the clock and now has 17500 miles , I have replace the air filter, fule lines ,oil filter , throttle cable , front fork seals, high beam relay and the o ring on the alternator . The fluid in brakes and clutch has been replaced , the rear brake has been stripped down, unseized and rebuilt etc etc . I have  given the bike the third degree maintenance wise.The bike is  a pleasure to ride my only dislike is the side winds issue . Mpg is 35 to 40 depending on riding style.  When I first got the bike it was doing 32mpg(Imperial not USA). The only thing left to do is replace the broken petcock handle...( there will be other things that need doing, ie chain sprockets and spark plugs).
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David Webb
 Welcome to the list Derk and thanks for the introduction.
- Dave2002 Trophy 1200 Merlot RedPinellas, FL
    On Friday, March 8, 2019, 3:59:22 PM EST, [hidden email] [TriumphTrophy] <[hidden email]> wrote:  
 
    


hello ,, my name is Derk and I have a 2001 trophy t312 i purchased just before xmas  It had 16250miles on the clock and now has 17500 miles , I have replace the air filter, fule lines ,oil filter , throttle cable , front fork seals, high beam relay and the o ring on the alternator . The fluid in brakes and clutch has been replaced , the rear brake has been stripped down, unseized and rebuilt etc etc . I have  given the bike the third degree maintenance wise.The bike is  a pleasure to ride my only dislike is the side winds issue . Mpg is 35 to 40 depending on riding style.  When I first got the bike it was doing 32mpg(Imperial not USA). The only thing left to do is replace the broken petcock handle...( there will be other things that need doing, ie chain sprockets and spark plugs).
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David Webb
 Hi Derk,
One additional item...
On your broken petcock handle:
If you still have all the pieces, it's possible to piece them back together while keeping anything out of the keyway and fill the rest of the voids in the handle with something solid, like epoxy.  This may get your broken petcock handle working for you again.
- Dave2002 Trophy 1200 Merlot RedPinellas, FL

    On Friday, March 8, 2019, 4:12:28 PM EST, David Webb [hidden email] [TriumphTrophy] <[hidden email]> wrote:  
 
    

 Welcome to the list Derk and thanks for the introduction.
- Dave2002 Trophy 1200 Merlot RedPinellas, FL
    On Friday, March 8, 2019, 3:59:22 PM EST, [hidden email] [TriumphTrophy] <[hidden email]> wrote:  
 
    


hello ,, my name is Derk and I have a 2001 trophy t312 i purchased just before xmas  It had 16250miles on the clock and now has 17500 miles , I have replace the air filter, fule lines ,oil filter , throttle cable , front fork seals, high beam relay and the o ring on the alternator . The fluid in brakes and clutch has been replaced , the rear brake has been stripped down, unseized and rebuilt etc etc . I have  given the bike the third degree maintenance wise.The bike is  a pleasure to ride my only dislike is the side winds issue . Mpg is 35 to 40 depending on riding style.  When I first got the bike it was doing 32mpg(Imperial not USA). The only thing left to do is replace the broken petcock handle...( there will be other things that need doing, ie chain sprockets and spark plugs).
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IVOR COLLINS
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Hello Derk

It sounds like you have a real gem there, does it look as good as the low mileage suggests? You’re getting through the mechanicals there but did you not have to do the carbs? Mine had a combination of leaking carb and faulty fuel tap seals just after I had refuelled and done a silicone oil change. It dumped all the fuel into the cylinders and onto the floor! I was not impressed.
Mine is a 1994 with 21K miles, I had to do the dreaded sprag clutch and it doesn’t have the inspection cover for access, I don’t mind the side wind but hate the head wind roar, tried different screens but cannot cure it.

Regards
Ivor (uk not us)
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On Fri, 8/3/19, [hidden email] [TriumphTrophy] <[hidden email]> wrote:

 Subject: [TriumphTrophy] new to group ...
 To: [hidden email]
 Date: Friday, 8 March, 2019, 12:42
 
 
  
 
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
       
       hello ,, my name is Derk and I have a
 2001 trophy t312 i purchased just before xmas  It had
 16250miles on the clock and now has 17500 miles , I have
 replace the air filter, fule lines ,oil filter , throttle
 cable , front fork seals, high beam relay and the o ring on
 the alternator . The fluid in brakes and clutch has been
 replaced , the rear brake has been stripped down, unseized
 and rebuilt etc etc . I have  given the bike the third
 degree maintenance wise.The bike is  a pleasure to ride my
 only dislike is the side winds issue . Mpg is 35 to 40
 depending on riding style.  When I first got the bike it
 was doing 32mpg(Imperial not USA). The only thing left to do
 is replace the broken petcock handle...( there will be other
 things that need doing, ie chain sprockets and spark
 plugs).
 
     
     
 
     
     
 
 
 
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David Webb
 Hi Ivor,
On the head-wind roar...
Given that you're in the UK, some of the options that I describe may be less available to you, but hopefully there are similar options available.
I found that the stock windscreen appears to be designed for a more sport-oriented riding position, maybe utilizing lower-rise clip-ons.  If this assumption is correct, then the factory may have later decided on a more touring-oriented riding position after the fairing and windscreen design had been finalized.  This is just a guess.  I note that photos of 1995 Trophies appear to have the same bars as 1996+ Trophies, but Daytona photos give the appearance that they might mount their bars below the plate instead of above the plate.
For me, riding at highway speeds resulted in the roar that you described, along with some degree of bobble-head.  I addressed the roar by wearing ear-plugs adding a Windjammer Cycle Helmet Wind Blocker to my helmet, and using ear-plug wax to further fair my helmet seams.  It wasn't pretty, but it helped.  My Helmet at the time was an HJC CL-16, which isn't known for being a quiet helmet.  I addressed the bobble-head by ducking down below the windscreen's turbulence area.  This was uncomfortable over long distances.
If I remember correctly, one of our members glued a split piece of vacuum tubing to the top edge of the windscreen.  He posted photos at one time, but they're not on the wiki. This tubing added an additional element of turbulence to the airflow, changing the windscreen's aerodynamic profile in a way that reportedly helped.
Many of us have added spacers to further raise the seating position, making the stock windscreen even less effective.
I purchased a ClearView XL with +2 inches (5cm) wider than stock windscreen with PRV vents.  With this in-place, I was able to switch to a different helmet and not require ear-plugs for most riding.  I need to either keep the top vents on my helmet closed at highway speeds or to wear ear plugs.
At roughly the same time I installed the ClearView XL, my commute changed substantially, adding an extra 10 miles of superslab with 65mph++ speeds possible vs. lower speeds on my previous commute. 
My thoughts on the ClearView XL...
The ClearView XL windscreen begins with the original windscreen design and extends it upwards by 7.5" (19cm).  The top of the windscreen is also more flat than the stock Trophy screen's curve.
Wind-protection is good. and is much more comfortable at higher speeds.  The wind hits the top of my helmet, but doesn't result in bobble-head, even with risers mounted to improve my seating position. Fuel economy went down in my commute from 36mpg to 33mpg, but the change to my commute may have been a factor.  If I were to do it over again, I might try a normal width screen.  I like the XL height, but I find that the design might be better if the manufacturer had brought the screen further back towards the rider before sweeping upward.  I've seen some other windscreen models that appear to follow this design.  I think this would improve the helmet noise issue.
- Dave2002 Trophy 1200 Merlot RedPinellas, FL
    On Saturday, March 9, 2019, 7:11:59 AM EST, IVOR COLLINS [hidden email] [TriumphTrophy] <[hidden email]> wrote:  
 
    
Hello Derk

It sounds like you have a real gem there, does it look as good as the low mileage suggests? You’re getting through the mechanicals there but did you not have to do the carbs? Mine had a combination of leaking carb and faulty fuel tap seals just after I had refuelled and done a silicone oil change. It dumped all the fuel into the cylinders and onto the floor! I was not impressed.
Mine is a 1994 with 21K miles, I had to do the dreaded sprag clutch and it doesn’t have the inspection cover for access, I don’t mind the side wind but hate the head wind roar, tried different screens but cannot cure it.

Regards
Ivor (uk not us)
---------q-----------------------------------
On Fri, 8/3/19, [hidden email] [TriumphTrophy] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Subject: [TriumphTrophy] new to group ...
 To: [hidden email]
 Date: Friday, 8 March, 2019, 12:42
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 hello ,, my name is Derk and I have a
 2001 trophy t312 i purchased just before xmas  It had
 16250miles on the clock and now has 17500 miles , I have
 replace the air filter, fule lines ,oil filter , throttle
 cable , front fork seals, high beam relay and the o ring on
 the alternator . The fluid in brakes and clutch has been
 replaced , the rear brake has been stripped down, unseized
 and rebuilt etc etc . I have  given the bike the third
 degree maintenance wise.The bike is  a pleasure to ride my
 only dislike is the side winds issue . Mpg is 35 to 40
 depending on riding style.  When I first got the bike it
 was doing 32mpg(Imperial not USA). The only thing left to do
 is replace the broken petcock handle...( there will be other
 things that need doing, ie chain sprockets and spark
 plugs).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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