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Are there any links beside the RSR one? Also, I changed to the Flux II plates and have been using on my race bike. $85. The are supposed to more linear then the stock ones and 'push' less on the front. Haven't had any traction issues on the rear all season on both track and race days. Run in front of A groups at NJMP.

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Rsr is "CURRENTLY" the only one making them, but I have had 2 people tell me they are going to start producing them by the new year and be half of the price of the rsr.

Where do I find info on the flux plates? Where did you get them?
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Interested in the linkage you mention, but end of new year? Meaning end of 2013 or end of this year - 2012?


Got the Flux II plates on here. Do a search.
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Interested in the linkage you mention, but end of new year? Meaning end of 2013 or end of this year - 2012?


Got the Flux II plates on here. Do a search.
HAHA maybe I worded it wrong.. In the next 60 days.. I'm not counting on both, but hoping just 1 pulls through!

Will look, thanks.. I'm new to the triumph and this site, so haven't seen a lot of threads.
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Welcome aboard. Keep us posted on the linkage.
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Welcome aboard. Keep us posted on the linkage.
HA.. So it says Sept 2009 join date.. I actually joined then to maybe buy a 675 but didn't pull the trigger.. I've only been active for a few months..

Will do.. I should hopefully hear something by Christmas..
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HA.. So it says Sept 2009 join date.. I actually joined then to maybe buy a 675 but didn't pull the trigger.. I've only been active for a few months..

Will do.. I should hopefully hear something by Christmas..
Is one of them Apex? I was told by the owner that they are hoping to create a rear link soon. Also some triple clamps, I'm pretty excited .

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Tony, Did you do anything to raise the rear end after you installed the FLUX plates?

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Hi, yes I raised the bike back to stock ride height via the ride height adjustment on the Ohlins TTX shock. My shock is the aftermarket one that has ride height adjustment, the 675R version does not have this feature.

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Is one of them Apex? I was told by the owner that they are hoping to create a rear link soon. Also some triple clamps, I'm pretty excited .
Me too! Also for track guys they are doing a quick change rear wheel brake holder thing that makes changing your rear wheel at the track less of a PITA.

We should get a group buy with these guys it will help both us and them out.

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Is one of them Apex? I was told by the owner that they are hoping to create a rear link soon. Also some triple clamps, I'm pretty excited .
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Me too! Also for track guys they are doing a quick change rear wheel brake holder thing that makes changing your rear wheel at the track less of a PITA.

We should get a group buy with these guys it will help both us and them out.

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Not as far as I know.. I can ask..

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