Just picked mine up going on a couple of weeks now. Absolutely love it... up to my first service too but a recent misshap has left me a bit unhappy! This is how it all goes! I've been dry/spot washing my bike for the first couple of weeks but a couple of days of riding 200km+ left it rather fly splattered and dirty so I set the hose on to it and left her sit until I could get the thing booked in for it's next service! SO, here's the surprise, I come home the next day just to stare at my beauty and for whatever reason, I decided to open the fuel tank and what happens!? In rushes a heap of water (a full cap worth). SHOCKED and rather pissed at what had happened I started cursing and wondering what the F**K had just happened. As some of you may know the tank has it's own breathers or water/air releases under the cap, 1 either side. These are NOT FUEL TANK BREATHERS as the tank is sealed by the rubber ring. They are to let any water that gets in the top of the cap out and under your bike (The 2 hoses you see underneath it). So I jump on the phone straight away and start quizzing PS and neither the sales guy, or 2 service people could give me any straight answers as to what the 2 holes in the filler are even for! So I started my own troubleshooting... hinged the tank up and started blowing through the holes with some hose - no bubbling in the tank (obviously). No air getting out of the bottom 2 hoses. Try the other hole, hmm air is coming out one of the hoses. So I start tracing things out and low and behold, looking closer under the tank I see a nicely KINKED rubber hose. I get back on the phone to PS, this time to the STORE MANAGER & tell them that I HAVE figured this out & that some twat either at PS or Triumph obviously hasn't covered the Pre-delivery very well... and so the attitude starts. "So did just a bit of water dribble in?" - "No MR smart manager, do you know what a tank looks like!? Well do you know the depth of the filler before you are actually inside the tank!? That was FULL and ALL OF IT went in!" - "Ohh, so it wasn't just a bit of water then!?" - Dahhhhhhhhhhh Anyway, closely followed by... "Our bikes are always quality checked, blah blah blah. We'll need YOU to get the bike back to us - obviously I don't plan on riding it, nor do I/should I plan on going out of my way to get it back to them when this is obviously their problem!! - we don't cover transport under warranty claims, etc." So I clearly stated that this isn't a warranty claim, it's not a fault, it's something that was delivered FAULTY from the floord Now if I was to have pulled into a servo on a rainy day to fill up and had the same results happen, I would be up shit creek. I clearly stated to the manager that I could happily ride it to his service shop which would more than likely cause more damage to the fuel system, costing them more money, blah blah blah to which he has only come half way with me now to say that he'll get the bike picked up, but once it's fixed (and if there is even a "problem" as he calls it) that i'll not only have to pick the bike up, but foot the bill if there is nothing wrong. The bloody cheek from PS I swear... this is going down in the diary & they are definitely never getting my service ever again. Bar the price difference I saved & the lack of triumph dealers in Melbs, I would have gladly gone somewhere else and paid more for peace of mind! Please people, tell me where I stand... the BEST & WORST case scenarios of damage to the bike - it hasn't been run since - & what PS should actually carry out to fix it, & how, if I even can, will I tell if they have even done anything and either A) Not just flushed all of my precious 98 Octane and filled it up again or Kindly tipped in a bottle or few mL's of Metho as one of the service techs tried to advise me to do until it runs smooth!!!! :| I'm sure there is more, but I'm just a little up in the air about it all at the moment. I just want to know it's fixed properly, which still isn't a guarentee & get back into my riding. There's a very sour feeling in my mouth! One other thing, what are my rights & should PS be sending the bike back to me at their costs!? (which is what I'm fighting for next) End Rant!! ](*,):furious: Daniel **EDIT** Almost forgot, when I popped the tank too, there is a little rubber that (I'm figuring) is meant to cover the other drain hole and aids in popping the cap up when you open it - well this thing was just floating on top of the lid too, luckily it didn't fall in but closer inspection of this too shows that it's all cracked and torn as if it's dried up and about 40years old!