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post #251 of 341 Old 12-18-11, 21:01
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hey,

just wondering if a rear wheel of an R1 (2007) will fit in the rear swing arm or the daytona?
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post #252 of 341 Old 12-18-11, 21:15
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No. No wheel that isn't specifically made for the bike is going to fit without custom spacers and a custom sprocket carrier. Not to mention the R1 wheel is wider so it may not fit at all even with those items.
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post #253 of 341 Old 05-17-12, 06:34
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I found out another one: the Daytona '09 Nissin monoblock caliper seals cost an arm and a leg. about 64 euroa set (per caliper that is, at Worldoftriumph.com). At triumph the '09 onwards have a different part number then pre '09.

I took the caliper apart and tried matching with Honda seals, which are Nissin parts.
The following fit perfectly and are exactly the same size:
45109-MA7-006: dust seal ring (€2,25 DavidSilver.co.uk)
45209-MA7-006: pressure seal ring (€3,69 DavidSilver.co.uk)

These work out cheaper AND you can buy them per piece. About 48 euro for a full kit, compared to 128 euro at Triumph.
Maybe there's a kit for the Honda, which can work out even cheaper...
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post #254 of 341 Old 06-15-12, 02:03
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2008 R6 steering stem bolts right into the 675 bearings. At least the top does. I'm pretty confident the bottom will as well but I don't have a 675 bottom bearing to try it yet. I will update when I know for sure.

Custom metalwork. PM me with your ideas.
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post #255 of 341 Old 07-14-12, 07:27
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Someone knows if the brake discs from other brands fit the daytona? :)
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post #256 of 341 Old 07-31-12, 13:28
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Headlight Housing

I have been looking around and haven't seen it. I think I know the answer, but looking for some confirmation. Will 675 ≥'09 headlight housings fit the '12 675R?
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post #257 of 341 Old 07-31-12, 13:31
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Yes. The only significant difference between a 675R and a standard Daytona is suspension and brakes.
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post #258 of 341 Old 07-31-12, 13:34
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As I suspected. Thanks for the input. Looking at doing something custom, and rather do it on another unit than the one in the bike.
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post #259 of 341 Old 12-04-12, 23:38
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Will the 2009+ monoblock nissin calipers fit an 06-08 bike?
Looking to do a cheap-o brake upgrade with a brembo master cylinder and some newer spec nissin brakes
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post #260 of 341 Old 12-05-12, 01:30
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Yes they will fit but it's not worth the dollars for the upgrade. Just run the Brembo master cylinder with the your calipers. That and brake pads are the only real worthwhile brake upgrades.
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