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Old 11-08-12, 13:46   #11
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They do have them for the "R" but they are not on their site yet.
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Old 11-08-12, 14:00   #12
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They do have them for the "R" but they are not on their site yet.
Ahh I see... Didn't know that they made for R personally :)
Attack has some seriously nice stuff... they do make the best rearset for Daytonas for sure.

What's the stock offset that comes with attack triple for 675r model? is it same 28mm?
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You can go with anything from 25-35 on the Attack clamps. We recommend a 28mm offset for our faster pace racers.
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I am curious as to why he doesn't have it machined all the way through and chose to have it filled in on the top. I would imagine it would have more flex and feel in the front end if they were designed that way.
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The Attack tripples are also solid. My guess is for reliability. They seem beefier and a bit lighter than the stock unit.

I can't speak for the RSR tripples, but the Attack unit comes with really nice bolts/hardware. Plus, I didn't have to send in my stock unit, so the price was much lower.

TJ gives forum members a really good price on Attack parts.

Attack is also very easy to contact if you have questions. It's a small company, so it's very easy to speak to someone who really knows the parts. Very happy with their quality and service.
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Ahh I see... Didn't know that they made for R personally :)

The Ohlins forks have a wider diameter on the lower tripple clamp.
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I am curious as to why he doesn't have it machined all the way through and chose to have it filled in on the top. I would imagine it would have more flex and feel in the front end if they were designed that way.
I can give Richard a call and ask. I would guess that it is to stay within the fine line of having flex, but also having strength in the product.

You want some side flex (east/west) however you want to make sure that you have strength front to back (north/south) for when you are braking.
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hey TJ i bought a 675 with attack triples it came with 2 offsets is there a chart that explains what the numbers on the inserts mean compared to the stock setting
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The Attack clamps for the 675 have a baseline offset of 30mm. You will notice on the clamps above a #2 stamped on the bottom of the offset. With these same offsets you can go with either a 32mm offset or a 28mm offset by flipping them front to back. (Always make sure that they are the same top and bottom though). Also on the clamps above you will see the thicker portion off the offset toward the back (gas tank side) which makes this set up a 28mm.

Hope that answers your question.
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