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I have a new motorbike arriving next week, a Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS which is in a very boring matt silver colour. Over the winter I plan to have it resprayed in something more interesting.

My Elise was Motorsport Green which was a fantastic colour and I’d like to get the bike painted in the same. Does anyone know whether there is an official paint code for it? I know it had an internal code of B Something, but I’m guessing that won’t help in getting the colour made up. I looked on the original invoice but it just says Exclusive Motorsport.

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I just checked my CoP and it's B75 Motorsport Green.

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14 hours ago, Neal H said:

Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS

Nice. Such a smooth bike.

I had a 94R 4 years ago. Loved that. One of the few bikes I never crashed :)

My Street Triple RS review goes up this weekend - sublime bike but miss the power of the big boy.

Motorsport green on the Speed would look amazing. Remember to add some Yellow highlights! :)

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1 hour ago, Evotion said:

Motorsport green on the Speed would look amazing. Remember to add some Yellow highlights! :)

Thanks, it really is an epic colour 🥰

I do need to think about the badging and highlights, but there will definitely be some yellow involved. On my Elise I had the badges redone in yellow which I really liked. I was thinking of getting the Triumph script on the tank in yellow, but that maybe a bit OTT.

The dealer had a Street Triple in the showroom that they had sprayed in Caspian Blue (an old Triumph colour) and the quality of the finish was superb.

The advantage of a naked bike is that there isn’t actually that much body work to paint, so it’s fairly straightforward, unlike a car!

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