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post #1 of 46 Old 11-13-12, 16:56 Thread Starter
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2013 Daytona 675 Specs -

Many changes, new Daytona 675 triple bore & stroke changes amongst several other changes -
http://assets1.triumphmotorcycles.com/new-daytona-675/pdf/DAYTONA_675_PDF_USA.pdf

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post #2 of 46 Old 11-13-12, 17:43
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Ewww, I'm not a fan of their new look... and I think your hyperlink is broken

http://assets1.triumphmotorcycles.co...75_PDF_USA.pdf
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Fuel gauge, nice... Wish the one in my cluster worked.

2011 Daytona. OEM Quickshifter, Zero Gravity DB, Saddlemen Track CF, TechSpecs, Morimoto Mini HID Retrofit
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At the bottom of the brochure....

"Our parts service is faster and more efficient than any other...."

Boolshit - that has not been my experience.
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ABS on the 675R that you can switch on or off. I guess that's a street setting vs. track - good idea. - is 013 first year for ABS option?
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Gross.

I love the look of my 08 because it doesn't look like a "me too" bike

It looks like they combined every other 600.

No more projectors, just reflectors like something out of the 90s
Ridiculous tiny tail.

Not that it matters to me, It's not like I need another daytona :P

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Really NOT digging this new look. Kinda disgust me... Why Triumph, why!?

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More hp and torque, abs, slipper clutch, lower center of gravity- sounds pretty good to me. I like the lowboy too as my 2007 makes some pretty nasty heat beneath my seat. I like the new fairings tho I hope the tail gets revised- why not have the signals integrated? And I like the look of the old subframe better. But overall I can dig it.


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More hp and torque, abs, slipper clutch, lower center of gravity- sounds pretty good to me. I like the lowboy too as my 2007 makes some pretty nasty heat beneath my seat. I like the new fairings tho I hope the tail gets revised- why not have the signals integrated? And I like the look of the old subframe better. But overall I can dig it.


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performance spec-wise, i am all for it. That front end, it's just not my cup of tea no matter how hard I tried convincing myself.

I can deal with the low-boy exhaust and smaller tail section.

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