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Fitting Instructions:
Scrambler 900
A9600465 and A9600094
Thank you for choosing this Triumph genuine accessory kit. This accessory kit is the product of Triumph's use of proven
engineering, exhaustive testing, and continuous striving for superior reliability, safety and performance.
Completely read all of these instructions before commencing the installation of the accessory kit in order to become
thoroughly familiar with the kit’s features and the installation process.
These instructions should be considered a permanent part of your accessory kit, and should remain with it even if your
accessory-equipped motorcycle is subsequently sold.
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Parts Supplied:
1.
Left hand header pipe
1 off 7.
Footrest bracket
1 off
2.
Right hand header pipe
1 off 8.
Heat shield, silencer
1 off
3.
Intermediate pipe
1 off 9.
Heat shield, intermediate pipe
1 off
4.
Silencer
1 off 10. Retaining screw, heat shields
4 off
5.
Gasket
2 off 11.
3 off
6.
Spring
3 off 12. Captive nut
Publication part number A9900402 issue 4, ADC 12198
© Triumph Designs Ltd. 2012
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Cable tie
4 off
Warning
This Arrow exhaust accessory kit is for racing only. It is
for use solely during closed-course racing. This Arrow
exhaust kit must not be used on public roads. It is illegal
to use this exhaust accessory kit on the public roads.
This exhaust accessory kit does not comply with local
laws and regulations. If you use this exhaust accessory
kit on public roads, you may be prosecuted.
Warning
If the engine has recently been running, the exhaust
system will be hot. Before working on or near the
exhaust system, allow sufficient time for the system to
cool, as touching any part of a hot exhaust could cause
burn injuries.
Note:
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Warning
This accessory kit is designed for use on Triumph
Scrambler 900 motorcycles only and should not be
fitted to any other Triumph model or to any other
manufacturer’s motorcycle. Fitting this accessory kit to
any other Triumph model, or to any other
manufacturer’s motorcycle will affect the performance,
stability and handling of the motorcycle. This may affect
the riders ability to control the motorcycle and could
cause an accident.
Warning
Always have Triumph approved parts, accessories and
conversions fitted by a trained technician of an
authorised Triumph dealer. The fitment of parts,
accessories and conversions by a technician who is not
of an authorised Triumph dealer may affect the
handling, stability or other aspects of the motorcycles
operation which may result in loss of motorcycle control
and an accident.
Warning
This racing exhaust system is covered by a twelve
month manufacturers warranty. Triumph warranty
standard terms and conditions are not affected by the
fitment of the Scrambler 900 EFI Arrow exhaust system.
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Before fitting this accessory kit, ensure the
owner of the motorcycle has been informed of
the warnings contained in these instructions.
Ensure that the appropriate Triumph Service
Manual is available for reference during the
fitting of this accessory kit.
1.
Remove the fuel tank and seat as described in the
service manual.
2.
Disconnect the battery, negative (black) lead first.
3.
Remove the original exhaust system as described in
the service manual. Retain all exhaust fixings for
reuse. Retain the original exhaust system if the
motorcycle is to be returned to its original condition.
4.
Remove and discard the exhaust gaskets from the
cylinder head.
EFI models only:
5.
Unscrew the oxygen sensors from the original
exhaust header pipes. Retain the oxygen sensors for
reuse.
Note:
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Warning
Throughout this operation, ensure that the motorcycle is
stabilised and adequately supported on a paddock stand
to prevent risk of injury from the motorcycle falling.
Warning
A torque wrench of known accurate calibration must be
used when fitting this accessory kit. Failure to tighten
any of the fasteners to the correct torque specification
may result in loss of motorcycle control and an accident.
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The oxygen sensor electrical connections must
not be swapped between cylinders. If the
connections are swapped over, engine
malfunctions will occur.
The right hand (cylinder 2) oxygen sensor
connector on the main harness is marked with
red tape.
The oxygen sensors are NOT marked, always
ensure the right hand oxygen sensor harness is
connected the main harness connector
identified with red tape.
6.
Remove the oil cooler top and bottom fixings to
allow clearance for the right hand oxygen sensor to
be removed. Retain the fixings for reuse.
10. Re-route the right hand oxygen sensor cable towards
the rear of the motorcycle. Cable tie the cable to the
main wiring harness, as shown below.
1. Oil cooler
2. Fixings
7.
Remove the cable clips retaining the right hand
oxygen sensor cable to the frame. Retain the clips if
the motorcycle is to be returned to its original
condition.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Oxygen sensor cable, right hand
Cable tie
Motorcycle frame
Main wiring harness
11.
Trim off the excess cable tie material.
Carburettor models only:
12. Tighten the oxygen sensor boss blanking plugs,
located on the new left hand and right hand header
pipes, to 25 Nm.
EFI models only:
13. Remove the oxygen sensor blanking plugs, located
on the new left hand and right hand header pipes
and discard.
1. Oxygen sensor cable, right hand
2. Cable clip
8.
Pull the right hand oxygen sensor cable through the
frame, past the oil cooler, to the left hand side of the
motorcycle.
9.
Refit the oil cooler fixings and tighten to 9 Nm.
Warning
When securing electrical cables with cable ties ensure
the cable ties are fully tight. Ensure there is slack in the
cables.
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All models
14. Fit the new exhaust gaskets provided into the
cylinder head.
16. Fit the new intermediate pipe onto the new header
pipes. Secure the intermediate pipe to the
motorcycle frame using the original exhaust fixings.
Do not fully tighten the fixings at this stage.
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1. Exhaust gasket
15. Fit the new left hand exhaust header pipe first, then
the new right hand header pipe. Retain both header
pipes with the original fixings. Do not fully tighten
the fixings at this stage.
1. Intermediate pipe
2. Header pipes
3. Fixings
17.
Fit the new silencer assembly onto the intermediate
pipe. Align with the original mounting point on the
motorcycle frame and secure with the original
exhaust fixings.
1. Header pipe, right hand
2. Header pipe, left hand
3. Fixings
1. Silencer
2. Fixings
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EFI models only:
21.
18. Recover the original oxygen sensors and screw into
the ports provided in the intermediate pipe. Ensure
the left hand oxygen sensor is fitted to the top port
and the right hand oxygen sensor is fitted to the
bottom port, as shown below. Tighten the sensors to
25 Nm.
Check for smooth throttle operation.
Warning
Use of the motorcycle with incorrectly adjusted,
incorrectly routed, sticking or damaged throttle cables
will interfere with the throttle function resulting in loss of
motorcycle control and an accident.
22. Trim off the excess cable tie material.
Warning
When securing electrical cables with cable ties ensure
the cable ties are fully tight. Ensure there is slack in the
cables.
23. Cable tie both oxygen sensor cables to the main
wiring harness, as shown below.
1. Intermediate pipe
2. Oxygen sensor, left hand
3. Oxygen sensor, right hand
19. Feed both left hand and right hand oxygen sensor
cables between the inlet manifolds, out to the left
hand side of the motorcycle.
Warning
When securing electrical cables with cable ties ensure
the cable ties are fully tight. Ensure there is slack in the
cables.
20. Cable tie both oxygen sensor cables to the section of
motorcycle frame next to the inlet manifolds. Ensure
the cables are routed so that they do not obstruct the
throttle cables in any way.
1. Sensor cables
2. Wiring harness
3. Cable ties
24. Trim off the excess cable tie material.
Note:
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2.
3.
4.
The oxygen sensor electrical connections must
not be swapped between cylinders. If the
connections are swapped over, engine
malfunctions will occur.
The right hand (cylinder 2) oxygen sensor
connector on the main harness is marked with
red tape.
The oxygen sensors are NOT marked, always
ensure the right hand oxygen sensor harness is
connected to the main harness connector
identified with red tape.
25. Connect the oxygen sensors to the motorcycle
wiring harness.
Oxygen sensor cables
Cable tie
Motorcycle frame
Inlet manifolds
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All models
spring for reassembly. Retain the pin and spring for
reuse. Retain the original mounting bracket if the
motorcycle is to be returned to its original condition.
26. Remove the rear right hand footrest. Retain the
fixings for reuse.
27. Remove the E-clip from the footrest retaining pin.
Retain the E-clip for reuse.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Mounting bracket
Footrest
Retaining pin
Spring
Ball bearing
29. Assemble the footrest into the new mounting
bracket provided. Ensure the ball bearing in the
footrest locates correctly in the location hole in the
mounting bracket.
1. E-clip
2. Footrest retaining pin
3. Mounting bracket
28. Carefully remove the footrest retaining pin and
separate the footrest from the original mounting
bracket. Collect the ball bearing as the footrest is
removed. Note the position and orientation of the
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2.
3.
4.
Footrest
Mounting bracket
Ball bearing
Location hole
30. Secure the footrest to the mounting bracket with the
original retaining pin, spring, ball bearing and E-clip.
Ensure the position and orientation of the spring is
correct, as noted on removal.
31.
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Refit the footrest assembly to the original mounting
position on the motorcycle and retain with the
original fixings. Tighten the fixings to 27 Nm.
32. Tighten the left hand and right hand header pipe
flange fixings, progressively and evenly, to 19 Nm.
35. Fit the two remaining springs from the kit to secure
the intermediate pipe to the header pipes. Again a
length of unused electrical cable, or string may assist
fitment of the springs, as shown below.
1. Header pipe flange, right hand shown
2. Fixings
33. Check the exhaust system is correctly aligned.
Tighten the silencer mounting fixings to 19 Nm.
Tighten the intermediate pipe fixing to 19 Nm.
34. Fit one of the springs provided to secure the silencer
to the intermediate pipe. A length of unused
electrical cable, or string may assist fitment of the
spring, as shown below.
1. Intermediate pipe
2. Header pipes
3. Springs
36. Fit the four captive nuts provided, over the four heat
shield mounting brackets on the silencer and
intermediate pipe.
37. Locate the silencer and intermediate pipe heat
shields in position, aligning with the captive nuts on
the silencer and intermediate pipe. Retain with the
screws provided. Tighten the screws to 6 Nm.
1. Silencer
2. Intermediate pipe
3. Spring
1. Heat shield, silencer
2. Heat shield, intermediate pipe
3. Screws
38. Refit the fuel tank as described in the service manual.
39. Reconnect the battery, positive (red) lead first.
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EFI models only:
Warning
Note:
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The correct engine calibration must be
downloaded to the motorcycle ECU prior to
starting the engine. This information can be
found on the ‘Triumphonline.net’ dealer web
site.
40. Connect the Triumph Diagnostic Tool and download
the correct engine calibration to the ECU following
the procedure listed on the ‘Triumphonline.net’
dealer web site.
Warning
The motorcycle must not be operated above the legal
road speed limit except in closed-course conditions.
All models
41.
After fitting the accessory kit the motorcycle will exhibit
new handling characteristics. Operate the motorcycle in
a safe area free from traffic to gain familiarity with any
new characteristics. Operation of the motorcycle when
not familiar with any new handling characteristics may
result in loss of motorcycle control and an accident.
Refit the seat as described in the service manual.
Warning
After this Arrow exhaust accessory kit has been fitted by
an authorised Triumph dealer, the performance of the
motorcycle will be altered, if you have any doubt about
the performance of any aspect of the motorcycle,
contact an authorised Triumph dealer and do not ride
the motorcycle until the authorised dealer has declared
it fit for use. Riding a motorcycle when there is any
doubt as to any aspect of the performance of the
motorcycle may result in loss of control of the
motorcycle leading to an accident.
Warning
Only operate this Triumph motorcycle at high speed in
closed-course on road competition or on closed-course
racetracks. High speed operation should only be
attempted by riders who have been instructed in the
techniques necessary for high speed riding and are
familiar with the motorcycle’s characteristics in all
conditions.
High speed operation in any other circumstances is
dangerous and will lead to loss of motorcycle control
and an accident.
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