Being a cruiser style bike the Triumph Adventurers has somewhat of a laid back stance. To even out the bikes stance and make it more suitable for the style or riding it was going to be subjected to a set of 17 inch rims were fitted. The rear was dropped by 15mm with a new rear shock and the forks were given an overhaul and spring upgrade. Braking had been improved by fitting a pair of floating discs to the front with 4 piston Triumph calipers.
The Triumph Adventurer came with 70bhp out of the box which would push the bike up to around 120mph at full tilt. As reliability and practicality were paramount mods were limited to intake and exhaust improvements. The airbox was modifed with an Eden custom mod and the carbs tuned to deal with the increase in air mass. The custom exhaust remains a 3-into-2 set up but now has free flowing, up turned, reverse megaphones finished in flat black.
One of the nicest mods on the Black Cafe are the recessed, high intensity LED lights which have been set in to the sides of the radiator. They are almost completely invisible until they are turned on adding a sudden burst of colour to an almost completely black landscape.
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