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Old 09-12-12, 12:33   #1
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Default Very informative video for new owners looking to race/build 675 track bike

I came across this video on YouTube of Tony Scott and found it to be pretty informative. Not sure if this is a repost but could serve of excellent use for newbie riders as a source of information regarding modification and overall modifications...suspension/engine/tires...ect.

MODS feel free to take this down if it is a repost. Enjoy guys!

[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clErb9_WtQI"]675.cc Expert Evenings - Tony Scott (T3 Racing / Triumph Triple Challenge) - YouTube[/nomedia]



Here's the follow up a few months later:

[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7l1QngeibM&feature=relmfu"]675.cc Expert Evenings II (15th May 2012 - 8PM) - Tony Scott (T3 Racing / Triumph Triple Challenge) - YouTube[/nomedia]
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Nice, listened to the first video lots of good info.

Thanks for the link.

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BUMP! Seriously hope people are watching both videos entirely, there is A LOT to learn here...Maybe sticky??
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Thanks for sharing. I've watched one and bookmarked the other.
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On a side note this video came up in related. ;) also great video

[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxUK-Sv_pzM&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]Police Z06 vs Triumph Triple [Top Gear US] - YouTube[/nomedia]
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I just added both of them to my favorites!
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I watched all of the first video and about 35mins into the 2nd one. I thought it was funny how in the first video the question was "when upgrading suspension front or rear first" his response was "front because if you lose the rear you can save it".

However in the next video the same question was asked but he said the complete opposite "their is a saying that if you lose the rear you can save it but I would say upgrade the rear suspension first".

Some things I liked about the video and other things I didn't, there was some good info I learned like on the 06-08's 675's it's better to add a little extra oil and how much these triples love compression.

Overall I think it was pretty good info but I wouldn't take it all to heart. There are engine builders out there that can blueprint an engine even the 675's, he isn't the only one that can do it.
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Thanks for the link, some good info.

I love how the one guy posted saying the guy doesnt know what he is talkign about..
YOU can't have a catalyst in the end can- i guess nobody told ducati this one?
just about to watch episode II..
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Watched some of the first vid but will definitely watch all of both ( more than once probably) as I am keen to learn more and would like to do a few engine mods to optimize the bikes performance. Subscribed!
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