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Old 10-03-12, 05:41   #21
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I wonder when the new Daytona will be revealed?

Also I wonder if the heat exchangers have been updated so as not to blow?
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I wonder when the new Daytona will be revealed?

Also I wonder if the heat exchangers have been updated so as not to blow?
Supposed to be the Milan show early November and then again at the NEC in UK..
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Old 10-03-12, 08:13   #23
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I've bought bought a few Daytonas as part-out bikes that were wrecked, and I see some changes I like on the frame. Mainly where the subframe bolts to the mainframe. Looks like they changed the design so the subframe isn't bolted to those large "tabs" that always tend to break off when the subframe takes some kind of a side impact. Hoping they made the same changes to the Daytona frame.

Also I was hoping for the Ohlins stuff on the Streety R too, but I guess we won't be getting that.
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I could live with the look of that Arrow and I wouldn't ride out of the showroom without it.
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Really liking that blue, and I wonder if the wheels are any lighter or not the design looks pretty good.
According to one of the press releases they are lighter.
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I wonder when the new Daytona will be revealed?

Also I wonder if the heat exchangers have been updated so as not to blow?
I've never heard of a heat exchanger issue on a Street Triple. The issue exists as far as I'm aware due to the pressure and cavitation at rpms higher then the Street Triple revs.
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I've never heard of a heat exchanger issue on a Street Triple. The issue exists as far as I'm aware due to the pressure and cavitation at rpms higher then the Street Triple revs.
Oh, I didn't know that this hasn't happened with the Street Triple, that's great to know, thanks! :)

Now I'm still wondering and hoping that it has been fixed with the new Daytona.
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The street triple and daytonas have lost there exhaust tail for a side exhaust :( looks way better with back exhaust, now the st looks like a B3... not a good move triumph!!

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