R&G Instrument Fascia for Triumph Thruxton 900 ’08-’15 with Flat Bars

SKU:RG.IF0003SI
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Description

Give your bike a cleaner more retro look with the R&G Aluminum Instrument Fascia.

  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Brushed aluminum fascia
  • Anodized black bottom bracket
  • Relocates key to instrument panel
  • Blanking plate included if original ignition location desired
  • Flatter profile for instrument dials
  • Suitable for the Triumph Thruxton... read more

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SKU:
RG.IF0003SI
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Brand:
R&G
Weight:
2 lbs
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Price

$116.99

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Total

$116.99

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Description

Give your bike a cleaner more retro look with the R&G Aluminum Instrument Fascia.

  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Brushed aluminum fascia
  • Anodized black bottom bracket
  • Relocates key to instrument panel
  • Blanking plate included if original ignition location desired
  • Flatter profile for instrument dials
  • Suitable for the Triumph Thruxton with flat bars (not clip-ons)

Please Note: This Instrument Fascia does NOT fit the Bonneville

 

Part Numbers

Our part number: RG.IF0003SI
Manufacturer Number: IF0003SI
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 5055780384210

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2004 - 2015 Triumph Thruxton 900
All Years Triumph Thruxton 900

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  1. Jack

    Nice quality, clear instructions

    Jack

    The reason I give four rather than five stars is that I can’t get it to fit. To be clearer, everything goes on well and smoothly — and looks great! — but one of the last things to do is reinstall the gauge cups that conceal the connections — I could not get the cups to go on. The cables would not line up with the slots in the cups. It feels like there is not enough slack, but the new mounting is lower than the OEM so there should be more slack. I have all the original set-up back on while I ponder this. I think I will remove the clip that keeps all the wires neatly out of sight under the triple clamp to see if that gives the flexibility I need. One warning — if you just leave the headlight bucket hanging while you do the installation you risk unplugging the starter connection in the bucket; I don’t need to tell you how I know this or what a pain it is to mess around inside the bucket. Oh, another warning — if you have handlebar risers you’ll need to grind away a little of the right side of the fascia in order to get the cables to clear; it’s easy and doesn’t affect the looks.

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