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Old 01-05-13, 01:50   #1
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Does anyone have detailed pix of the coolant overflow installed on the daytona? I know where it sits and all but not sure what its held to and if i am supposed to have a bracket for it. Any help would make the tank installation that much easier. Thanx in advance.


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Bikebandit might be able to help you figure it out
- Street Triple cooling system diagram
- Daytona 675 cooling system diagram
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There is a roughly L shaped bracket that attaches to the inside of the frame. Bit of a bastid to get at.

This is the puppy:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2007-07-TRIU...sories&vxp=mtr
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I know what u mean, but in t that bracket there as a mount for the bodies fairing? I ordered the overflow tank but not that bracket. Is that something i need?


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I know what u mean, but in t that bracket there as a mount for the bodies fairing? I ordered the overflow tank but not that bracket. Is that something i need?


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For stock body work you wouldn't necessarily need it (race body work doesn't mount there) but to actually attach the overflow can, you absolutely need it.
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Ughhh, means i gotta order that part too.


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Ya and pull apart the bike to do the job too. Tank has to at least be lifted, removed is easier. I had to replace a broken L fitting on mine. A bit of a pain in the ass for such a seemingly easy job.
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Don't put the Daytona tank on your Striple. It will look like ASSSSSS!
Best pic I've got. it is meant to be hidden behind the fairing.



Custom is your best bet. nearly anything will work.
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http://www.customfighters.com/forums...light=overflow
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2013 daytona has it up on the front right of the bike out of sight. Maybe there?




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Don't put the Daytona tank on your Striple. It will look like ASSSSSS!
What! He wants to put a Daytona overflow on a Street? Seriously?
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