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post #31 of 54 Old 11-17-12, 01:25
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That's one of the great things about the Daytona, TuneECU is free and there are already maps out there for several different exhaust. You can do your own tweaking if you dare.

Here is the cable that works with the bike and TuneECU
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ls_o02_s00_i00
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Looked at this today. This is the good side. 2009, 5,000 miles. Downed hard on right side: tail, right upper lower tail bar end grip mirror blinker brake lever all have to go. Bike is all stock. Dead battery but I test rode it After we jumper it.

Sorry for punctuation fail, what's this worth? What do you guys think?


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Tires are shot too.

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How much are they asking? Is this going to be a trade for the r6 or are you going to sell it? Most of the parts you mentioned can be had for pretty cheap thanks to all the track junkies and wrecks. What are your plans street or track?

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Nah no trade. Ill have two bikes for a while. What would you pay for this given all things considered?


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Since its an 09, and it dosent look like to much work cause you are considering it. So probably 4-5k. I got my 07 track bike for $3k with 6k miles. It was in a low side and had a bunch of goodies. I turned it back to street use so I probably added another 1k to it (Fairing, paint, slipon, etc). Sorry I cant provide more insight.

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4k max because of the condition it's in
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I'm thinking under 4, maybe three or three and half because tank is dented, chain is trash and rusted and tires are dry rotten





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I am on east coast so rates are different, it makes me mad the rates are as high as they are given we have a half riding season to begin with. I'm paying 780 on the r6 now and they quoted me about a grand when i called back for a same year d675 and this was with state farm. Geico wanted $2,600 i thought dude was joking lol but he was dead serious.
Check out riders insurance. I was quoted something crazy from progressive so I switched to riders and paid about $450 for the year.
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Hello forum

I'm new to 675s although not new to bikes. I currently own a Yamaha r6(r), but I've always been fascinated with the 675 ever since I sat on one at the bike show some years back. I am considering picking a used one.

I understand that a 675 Is more labor intensive, I typically do all the basics myself like oil change and chain clean/tightening.

Are there any particular years to stay away from? Anyone go from a r6 to 675?


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My story is almost the same as yours... I currently own an 06 r6r and I'm considering a D675. I really want more midrange .
When you get a 675 please let me know how you like it, and how it rides in comparison to the r6.

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