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post #1 of 22 Old 11-12-12, 17:23 Thread Starter
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Rear end installation

I am doing a complete rear end conversion on my street triple and i was wondering if anyone has, or knows of a site that can walk me through the install, so that i don't misplace a bolt or mess sumthing up during the install. I am 80% ready to start. I just need the subframe to get here and i can start.


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post #2 of 22 Old 11-13-12, 11:27
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Looks like you're not getting much help. The least I can do is bump this thread. Keep us posted, and if you don't find anything, maybe you could turn this into a How To for other's who may be interested. Nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more.

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post #3 of 22 Old 11-13-12, 11:50 Thread Starter
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Lol, looks that way nasty. Thus far i have been very lucky keeping this project on a tight budget. Hoping that i can finish it before x-mas. If not, not too long after that for sure. A how to may be a good idea.


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Are you talking about a Daytona rear end? should be pretty straightforward.

On your Striple
-Unhook the battery and remove
-Undo all of the electrical connections and remove these for use later
-Remove exhaust
-unbolt subframe from frame

Reverse order for the Daytona unit.
there's only a handful of bolts that hold the Daytona subframe and bodywork together. Don't quote me on this, as it's from memory......

-Subframe bolts and locknuts (4 each)
-rear tail bolts (4) large head SS bodywork 5mm hex bolts
-heatshield bolts (4) 8mm SS hex washer head
-battery tray bolts(I think only 2) 10mm(just a guess) hex washer head, black
-Tail light bolts (2) Hex washer head, black
-exhaust hanger bolt and nut (1 each)
-pillion bolt (1) 5mm SS cap screw

I think that's it. although not quite sure what the main 30amp fuse is connected to.


One major difference, though is the D675 tail does not have a location for the radiator reservoir like the Striple(there isn't room). you will have to fit one somewhere else
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Just wanted to add, if you need any specific "where does this go" or pics, just ask.
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Thanx don. I very well may do that. Looking forward to this install. Im almost there in regards to parts.


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Any progress with the swap Tst?
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Im pretty much dun with it. Just need a suitable overflow tank and its completely ridable... Minus the shitty snow keeping her put away


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NICE.

God the Daytona tail with the newer style headlights looks REALLY good on a Striple.

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I could not be happier with the swap. Still got the 2 bros to sell and a few other things but once they r gone, a slip on ill be next.


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