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post #41 of 44 Old 05-04-16, 00:58
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How did you mod your triples?
My race shop here, Evan Steel Performance, knows a good machinist here locally that did it. So if it was something you were interested in, contact ESP -- mine cost $400 to move the offset 10mm, but it would likely cost less if you wanted something like 6-7mm.

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My race shop here, Evan Steel Performance, knows a good machinist here locally that did it. So if it was something you were interested in, contact ESP -- mine cost $400 to move the offset 10mm, but it would likely cost less if you wanted something like 6-7mm.

can you share some pictures of the job done to your triples? I showed my triples to a workshop here. they have the best welding and cnc machines, producting automotive parts for european brands. they prefer to replicate it with shorter offset but price will be high. the problem is they just don't have the experience welding aluminum and they afraid to introduce some heat to it. any information will be helpfull.
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can you share some pictures of the job done to your triples? I showed my triples to a workshop here. they have the best welding and cnc machines, producting automotive parts for european brands. they prefer to replicate it with shorter offset but price will be high. the problem is they just don't have the experience welding aluminum and they afraid to introduce some heat to it. any information will be helpfull.
Sure thing, but my bike is at the shop getting a slipper put in -- I might have it back before the weekend, but I might not. I'll post up a pic though, just keep me honest and let me know if I forget if I don't post anything up by next week.

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Regarding engine tunning on 2013 Daytona
The bike has it's secrets, possitives and flows when tunning which many people aren't willing to share them in public. My suggestion would be if you plan to tune/order some kit parts (engine & ecu) not to do that based of what you will read over here.
Ask a team that has worked with the bike to help you on that OR even better ask them to build your engine!
Tunners have seen some really big number on the 2013+ daytona's but as I said that always comes at a cost. Building a supersport BUT reliable engine is not just a matter of ordering parts and putting them on the engine.

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