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finally starting to rebuild my bike

long story short the bike and I took a 3 gear 10,000 rpm kartwheel/head plant comming out of turn 3 at CMP june 10. Im finally able to turn wrenches so im going to start rebuilding my bike.

This is what got destroyed
all plastics mostly gone
throttle assembly
right side clip on gone
right side rear set gone
kill switch shattered
fairing stay looks like a taco
adjusters on the top of the forks were completely ground off
tank got ripped open in mutliple places and crushed in on top
clutch cover broke open.

im building the bike back as track only. i fired it up for the first time since the wreck the other day and she purred like nothing ever happened.

this is what i got left to buy as of now
throttle assembly
clutch cover
track plastics

heres a before and after pic, and ill post up pics after i get plastics
heres all the pics of the bike, and me from the wreck when it happened
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=63551
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my avatar describes how i feel when im on my daytona

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post #2 of 3 Old 11-07-12, 14:41
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Damn bro, hope you get it back in working order soon and fully healed up ready to go.

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finally starting to rebuild my bike

Good luck! I know how hard it is to build it back up from my experience with my old r6. Get some woodcraft case covers. One of the best but expensive


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