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Old 11-13-12, 23:58   #1
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Default 2013 Daytona 675 & 675R first look

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Old 11-14-12, 00:00   #2
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Have to amit it does grow on your over time, starting to like the new look.

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what happened to the projectors?
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I like it. Except the headlights from the side. They look bulbous. It's nice that it's coming standard with engine sliders.

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Are there no projectors in the headlight housing? What the hell?
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http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/bike...-daytona-675r/

U-G-L-Y. It looks like it wants to do an endo on its front wheel. Ugly sub-frame. Homogenized. It looks like they took bits and pieces from old and new Japanese bikes. It doesn't stir the soul like the previous generation Daytona.
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Looks like a Honda. No interest and very happy with my '11 675R. For the extra $1800 they charge you can get a proper Yoyodyne slipper, sliders and a slipon.


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Which one would you take? Same price same power, better slipper.
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Not same power. Different engine, more hp, more torque, lighter weight. Also has ABS

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The new 2013 has a completely different motor. From what I've read it sounds like it will be easier to develop more reliable power. It has a separate cylinder block now which makes me think they've probably gotten away from the floating cylinder liner which was a weak point on the WSS bike. Also it has high and low speed fuel injectors. Not to mention the fact that it has a factory slipper means the fuel injection is likely tuned to work with it which is alway as huge advantage. Also it has lighter wheels a lighter stiffer frame. It weighs less it has more power. No reason to go all crazy about this trying to make yourself feel better about your bike. This doesn't take anything away from what you have. If you love what you have that's all you need to know.
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