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Old 10-31-12, 17:23   #1
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Default 2006 Triumph 675 $4900.00

2006 Triumph Daytona 675 with 93xx miles. Light, nimble bike with great power all the way though the rpms. Three cylinder torque at the bottom that pulls through to the high rpm. A unique exhaust sound that doesn't sound like all the other import bikes out there.
I bought the bike late spring and did a few add ons to increase stability and rider control. The bike had the Jardine slip-on and ceramic coated pipe, Lithium ion lightweight battery, Pazzo adjuestable levers, along with the carbon fiber heel guards and fender. They also added frame sliders, tidy tail, license plate holder, and gel seat. Unfortunately, the bike hadn't been remapped for the exhaust, the taillight hadn't been wired properly and had burned out the relay, and the EXUP valve was stuck. I had the taillight rewired correctly, and new relay installed, and then had it remapped. An Arrow tune was used on the bike, the EXUP valve opened, and then programmed for the air intake flapper to remain open. With those mods it seemed to " open up"the motor nicely and has a smoother range with better torque in my opinion. The check engine light was reset for the tune and fan was set to turn on 100 degrees cooler as well. (perfect for the hot part of summer when riding) At that point I installed a 1050 Speed Triple throttle tube for faster throttle response. (The 1050 tube is 1/8 larger in diameter giving you a shorter pull similar to a race throttle. Less hand fatigue and more throttle being the biggest gains. I have the stock throttle if you'd like to switch back) The chain on it had been poorly maintained and a few loose links so it was replaced with a RK chain and Driven sprocket set with the factory gearing. (I clean the chain after every long ride and coat it in Chain Wax.) The stock steering damper had seen better days and was replaced with a RSC Hyperpro. http://www.hyperpro.ws/hyperpro-steering-dampers.html (stock position mounting) I think this is one of the better add-ons you can do to any bike. Fully adjustable, it helps with stability in corners and decrease in "tank slapping" if you should hit debris or unstable pavement. The other "comfort" item that I put on was Heli-bars. https://www.helibars.com/product/tri...ent-handlebars I'm a bit taller and have broader shoulders and this is a HUGE improvement for the bike. A much more comfortable riding position that allows a more comfortable riding position without compromising performance handling. I have the stock clip ons if you'd like to transfer them back over. I also have a lot of the OEM parts for the bike left. The exhaust, the taillight section, additional seat, chain and sprocket, and more. Over all the bike is fairly clean with a few dings here and there. I've never laid it down, or had it fall. The previous owner had bought it without realizing that it was not a detuned kids toy of a bike, and didn't put many miles on it. The bad part about the bike is that it does have a salvage title. It was explained to me that a very large shelf fell on it in the garage and due to the dollar amount of damage it had to be considered a salvage title. I had the bike looked at by several mechanics and a Triumph technician and they found no problems at all and was a solid bike. The only thing that needs to be done at this point is the recall that Triumph did for the rheostat. (fully covered as a recall item. No cost to you except getting it to the dealership in Janesville.) At this point I haven't put a lot of miles on since I bought it due to a shoulder injury which is likely to keep me from riding at least through next season. It's a good bike that has been ridden but never abused. Never stunted, raced, burnouts, or taken off any "sweet jumps".
2006 Triumph Daytona 675 with extras $4900.00
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Old 11-02-12, 07:17   #2
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Bike looks good! GLWS!
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All these cheap sales lately! Shouldn't have a problem moving this.

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No offense but i hope this doesnt sell...i wanna pick it up in the spring when i got some more cash!

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