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post #31 of 41 Old 11-19-12, 17:21 Thread Starter
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Now I'm not saying i explained it a few times and if it was welded incorrectly, ur an idiot but... The dude who did the welding STILL messed up, so im guessing idiot pops to mind. Gotta take the pipes back to be welded correctly. Grrrrr


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post #32 of 41 Old 11-26-12, 09:13 Thread Starter
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Where is this held down on the daytona?
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In the front cowl. Its the ambient air pressure sensor.
When removing all the fairings from my Daytona, mine now sits next to the battery.
I only put it there because that's where its at on the Striple ahaha
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That looks real good man, cant wait to see the final product!

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Now all i need is the bracket to hold the overflow bottle in place and its a dun deal. Couldn't b happier with it.


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Great work!!! Sucks about the snow though

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Woah.

That looks REALLY good. I always thought Striples with a Daytona tail looked silly but I think the newer headlights with the Daytona tail really work together nicely.

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Thanks all. Now all i need is to sell my 2 bro exhaust from the street and get an aftermarket one for the Daytona and I'm ready for the thaw... 😞 Whenever the hell that will be. Cant wait to move back to florida.


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Here's mine.
Done 4 years ago now.




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Hey street tango, does ur overflow bottle have a return line in it or just an inlet and thats it? Im having a hell of a time with an inlet and outlet. From ur pic i don't see a return but maybe u have it stealth so its not observable


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