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post #6501 of 6539 Old 08-21-16, 19:26
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Loaded her up the other day and dropped her off to get registered. The emissions got stricter here in Japan so I'm hoping there's no issues.

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post #6502 of 6539 Old 08-26-16, 11:22
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I've been commuting on my lovely STRX nearly every warm day for the past few weeks. Generally, I've had other obligations after work that would require a car...not nearly as fun) or I was working from home. While my commute has been lessened from 85-90+ miles each way to 27 miles each way, it is just the best time. As much as I try to take some back roads and twisties, sometimes it's just way easier/makes more sense in terms of time to take the highway. Riding is riding, but the highway stuff is not nearly as fun and definitely has been squaring off my rear tire some. Today, I noticed some cord showing down the center :(

With that in mind, I am in need of a new rear tire. The stock Rosso Corsa has served me well, and may be my selection again. I've been caught in light rain, to downpours; and, I have been out on 100+ degree days and ridden when there's snow on the side of the roads. The Rosso Corsa has served me quite well, in all conditions.

I'll continue combing through the Tire Tech threads and other sites to make a final decision (hopefully today)!

Parting thoughts -- Doesn't the day just start better when your ride in is on a bike and not a car??
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post #6503 of 6539 Old 08-26-16, 13:44
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2010 SE upgrades

So i didnt do all of this today but i finally got a friend to come over and take a picture. I have done a ton to this bike and love the outcome. What do you think

https://www.flickr.com/photos/thirst...blic/lightbox/

He is a local guy here in Greenville sc and takes amazing pics. This was his first motorcycle shoot but i am happy with the results.

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Engine
Slip on Yoshimira Exhaust -- shortened to match tail length -
Tuned via Tune ECU
K&N Performance filter

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Bitubo adjustable steering damper
Sato Racing Rearsets black -
Galfer Wave Rotors Front Triumph DAYTONA 675 2006-2009 -
Galfer Rear Wave Rotor Triumph DAYTONA 675 2006-2009 -
Galfer Brake Lines Triumph 675 - Front 2006-2010 -- Black on black -
Galfer Brake Lines Triumph 675 - Rear 2006-2010 -- Black on black -
Sato Racing Daytona 675 / 675R Racing Hooks-Black -
Triumph Chain Adjustment Kit Black A9640045 -
British Customs Daytona 675 Mirror Block Off Plate BC201-001B -
Triumph Daytona 675 Seat Cowl A9708095-Pearl White VIN before 440189 -
Rizoma Front Brake Fluid Reservoir for Triumph CT027-Black -
Rizoma Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir CT015-Black - $
SpeedyMoto Clip-Ons for Triumph Motorcycles 08-0050-Black

Lightech Quick spin gas cap -
Shorty Brake and clutch levers -
Front sliders -
Frame Sliders -
Lightech Fairing bolts -
Lightech engine bolts -
Lightech windscreen bolts -
Ligtech steering stem nut -
Lightech axle nut -
Tinted black windscreen -
HID 6000K
Head light internal mods --painted black and blue

Powder Coated Parts -
Wheels powder coated Satin black -New Wheel bearing installed by Triumph
Triple clamps
Axle bolts
Frame/ swing arm bolt and adjuster


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DID EVR3 520 Chain -
Supersprox 47 tooth rear -- 200 miles -
Front Sprocket 15 tooth -

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post #6504 of 6539 Old 09-13-16, 19:23
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What did you do to your Street Triple today?

Evotech Tail Tidy - Seems like a quality product. Easy to install.

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post #6505 of 6539 Old 09-14-16, 21:58
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New Penske from Shamrock / Patrick

Thank you sir... Track in a few months to really give it the test.
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Installed grab handles for the wife. Arrow slip on coming soon.


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Arrow Slip On - Thanks morbo1978.
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post #6508 of 6539 Old 12-19-16, 03:14
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Sold it for more than I paid for it.


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post #6509 of 6539 Old 12-25-16, 22:19
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Cool

Boxing day mini-project, replaced the Triple rear shock with a Daytona one.
Total time: 30 mins
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post #6510 of 6539 Old 12-29-16, 18:38
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Got new D.I.D. 525VX 118 links gold chain, and Esjot 16T front and 47T rear sprockets installed.

Also finally received the 2016 Speed Triple Tank Badges from the dealer. I think these tank badges are going to look awesome on my Hooligaz )))



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Street Triple 2015 to custom RX with Daytona 675R front-end (aka Hooligaz RS Build)
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