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2013 Triumph Thruxton 900 - $5,450 (Fall River/Columbus)

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type: cafe racer
condition: like new
engine displacement (CC): 900
motor: gas
odometer: 20637
title status: clean
transmission: manual
Like New 3 owner 2013 Triumph Thruxton cafe racer. Gorgeous looking bike. Electronic ignition, fuel injection, front/rear disc brakes. Current mileage is 20,637 miles. 2nd owner bought in 2014 with mileage of 61 miles—essentially he owned it, maintained it for 9+ years/20,000 miles The original sales invoice and many parts/service receipts come with the bike. I am always concerned about a bike’s history and maintenance paperwork. This bike had that.

Work/parts from Second owner:
1)British Custom Predator exhaust installed. Castrol racing oil/K&Nfilter changed. (May 2015 at 560 miles)
2)Stock restrictive air box removed/K&N air pods installed. (June 2015 at 1164 miles)
3)EFI remapped with Thruxston Performance Tune 3 software(Triumph Twin Power, England). (at 1164 miles)
4)Dart fly screen installed. Oil/filter changed.(June 2016 at 6000 miles).
5)12,000 mile maintenance: Oil/filter changed, brake fluid replaced, rear brake pads, new spark plugs, air filter recharged. (May 2017 at 11,656 miles).
6)Fuel filter, some fuel lines replaced(Jan. 2018).
7)New Pirelli tires.(March 2018)
8)Oil/filter changed. Air filter cleaned.(Nov. 2019 at 18,191 miles)
9)Oil/filter changed. (Dec. 2020 at 18,937 miles).

I purchased bike in May 2023with 20,456 miles. Work since then:
1)Oil/filter change:Castrol “Power 1”10w 40. New front foot peg rubbers.(July 2023 at 20,521 miles).
2)Installed Motone handlebar risers. (Aug. 2023).
3)New Bridgestone Battlax tires front/rear mounted. New tubes. Wheels balanced with Dyna Beads. Oct. 2023).

While wheels were off I cleaned/polished EVERYTHING: Each spoke, removed brake rotors and sprocket—cleaned and polished. Degreased/lubricated chain. Swingarm, frame I could reach with it jacked up. I missed somethings, but not much.

This Thruxton is very fast! The Predator pipes(a bit loud) and EFI remap make great power. And it’s Very Smooth—no vibration. When I was shopping for one I read that stock Thruxton’s looked like a fast cafe racer, but were underpowered. I would rate appearance 9.5 out of 10. There is a small dime-sized dent on front, left side of tank. Some VERY small paint chips on tank. Otherwise the paint, and chrome are like new. The handlebar risers give 1 inch more height(stock are included). The tires are excellent. It has the same battery from last year—does fine, has battery tender. Comes with 2 keys, stock exhaust system, owner’s booklet, Haynes shop manual, service record/sales receipts. WI title is in my name, ready to go.

I am selling it because: I have 3 other motorcycles and hardly ride it(150 miles so far), and my hip acts up on upshifts with the rear sets. Price is $5450. Test rides for Serious buyers only.

Might be interested in a trade for a fuel injected Bonnie with standard foot pegs that looks stock.

Thanks!


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