Like the Speedmaster, the power figures haven't changed: 77 horsepower at 6,100rpm and 78 lb-ft of torque at 4,000rpm.
With a long history, this legendary motorcycle is very versatile, and it is very apt to modifications and upgrades, making it a great companion for this shock absorbers.
I was told that I am uninformed about the shocks and the inserts: that the metal inserts will eventually seize to the mounting posts and the plastic surrounding will be wearing on metal anyway.
On top of that, the company also offers full collections of model-specific accessories.
They appear to be durable and good quality to satisfy my needs.
I recently upgraded the stock shock absorbers on my 2013 Triumph Thruxton to the Hagon Road Shocks.
Stopping power is provided by two 310mm discs pinched by dual-piston Brembo calipers at the front and a single 255mm disc with single-piston Nissin caliper at the back.
I'm also in Hampshire and wondered if you could let me know were you got your upgrades from, who fitted it all and did the set up? Craig, Did you make your choice for spring in the front? Certainly far fewer bumps that use my spine as a suspension rig.