I came from a string of 4 cylinder Japanese Super Sport 600 cc bikes to Triumph Street Triple 675 - I loved the noise of the Triumph after the howling Jap bikes. Then it was the 939 Supersport. After 3 years on the 939 I decided that I would get a 950. The bike does everyhing I want it to - I just want the latest model 🙈Dont get me wrong, if i didnt have a 939 i would buy the 950 and for me, both are still the best all round bike on the market and i may break my golden rule never to replace my bike with the same model as so many bikes out there and so little time.
My old 550 Seca had self-cancelling signals. I don't get why they aren't on all the bikes. None of my 4 bikes have them.I am quite disappointed that this is missing from a lot of modern bikes.
Back in the early 80s, Yamaha indicators would cancel after 10 seconds or 100 metres, worked a charm. You got so used to it you could judge when to turn on an indicator so it cancelled as you negotiated a corner.
The STS module is amazing. Turns, overtaking, stopped at junctions, even round abouts. Everytime I'm thinking 'I'd cancel now' they just turned off. Such a pity it can't be used on our bike; because the signals work through the ecu to give us the almost useless self cancel function.My old 550 Seca had self-cancelling signals. I don't get why they aren't on all the bikes. None of my 4 bikes have them.