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Differences between 06-08 675 an 09-11 675

I was curious of the differences between the model years. I have a 07 675. My local salvage dealer has a nice 10 675, wondering if there is any parts I should look to take off of the 2010 675 to upgrade my 07 675...

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With a little research you could find your answer. To save time just ask us.

Answer: Take the whole thing. Very minimal changes were made.
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The motor would be nice, if I remember correctly the 09+ wheels are a little lighter then the older ones. The velocity stacks are also better as well from what I understand.

None of this is from my experience this is just what I have heard/ saw posted on different threads.



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if you take the motor don't forget to take the exhaust as well, forks & wheels, ecu w/harness, heck just take the whole bike
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velocity stacks

Will the velocity stacks from the 2010 fit/work with the system on my 2007? Im running leo vince sbk titanium factory full exhaust currently with BMC race air filter, with tune remap to match. Any thing else that would determine if the stacks would match up/or work with my current set up?

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09+ stacks are 10mm shorter. I ran them with my previous setup with no ill effects....

How much do they want for the bike? Damage?

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The rear wheel and shock are worthwhile.
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Do we not have a sticky thread yet for the differences between the 1st gen and newer gen models?

How much do they want for the whole bike? The newer gen REAR wheel is like 2 pounds lighter, I think the front wheels are the same.
I would just grab the whole bike. Keep what you need and part the rest on here.

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Parts

The bike is located at a salvage parts dealer. He is located about 25 minutes from me, His parts have made there way on the forums as well as ebay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2010-TRIUMPH...6da68e&vxp=mtr

The dealers name is Premier auto, and is located in cedar springs MI.

Here is his link on my local craigslist...

http://grandrapids.craigslist.org/mcd/3361337047.html

Let me know if there is anything, anyone wants me to inspect in person for them.

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If you are going there anytime soon, see if the wheels are in good condition, and how much he wants for them.

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