has just announced a safety recall of 34 units of their supersports motorcycle
the Daytona 675R in India.
The problem as
stated by Triumph in a media statement suggests that Ohlin TTX, shock absorber
supplier has notified the company that a certain batch of the suspension
component fitted to the above mentioned motorcycle contains a potential
manufacturing defect and Triumph is advising owners to immediately stop using
the bike until the suspension unit has been checked and if necessary, replaced.
batch of the Daytona 675R motorcycles consists of the VIN numbers that are in
the 642869–703908 range. These require inspection. A total number of 34
motorcycles have been affected as stated by the company.
being requested to submit the part number and batch code as stamped into the
body of the Rear Suspension Unit (RSU) online at http://www.ohlins.com/support/recall
and will be immediately informed if the part requires replacement or not. If
the part requires replacement, Triumph requests Daytona 675R customers to
contact their respective dealers or contact their local dealers directly to
make the arrangements of inspection and repairs.
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