Motorcycle Recall Notice
An official recall notice has been issued for Triumph Speed Triple S and Speed Triple R motorcycles sold in Australia over the model years 2018 to 2020.
The recall is for a problem with the quickshifter which may contact the gear change linkage and compromise the assisted gear change, causing a missed gear or false neutral.
Owners of these models should contact their local Triumph dealer for the problem to be rectified.
PRA No. 2019/17999
Date published 13 Dec 2019
Campaign number SRAN568
Triumph Speed Triple S and Speed Triple R – NN5 & NN6 variants
Speed Triple S -NN5 variant – From 867685 up to 957570
Speed Triple RS -NN6 variant – From 867601 up to 971378
161 affected motorcycles
What are the defects?
The Quickshifter Assembly, TSA body may come into contact with the gear change Clamp Linkage Assembly, potentially impeding a smooth “assisted” gear change, resulting in a missed gear or false neutral.
What are the hazards?
If a loss of acceleration without warning occurs, this may lead to an increased risk of an accident and injury to vehicle occupants and other road users.
What should consumers do?
Triumph Motorcycles Company dealers in Australia will replace the Clamp Linkage Assembly, free of charge (parts and labour) to vehicle owners. The new Clamp Linkage Assembly will provide a wider clearance from the Quickshifter Assembly, TSA.
Owners of affected vehicle will be contacted asking them to arrange recall repair by their authorised Triumph dealer.
For help finding a Triumph Dealer, consumers can go to http://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/dealers/find-a-dealer