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The team changes tires often so they get in the way a bit too often. The also try to keep the unsprung weight to a minimum.
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Here is another video from the weekend. We have the camera looking back at Joey faded into the tail section so you get 2 videos in 1.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kciqCSlLhSE
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He is working. Pretty impressive.

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Great action! It is great to see his body position relative to the corners. Very interesting to see how front forward he is on the pegs. He sure is buzzing by guys.....
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Mmmm. Now that I picked up a '13 675R I'm going to have to pick up some of these goodies for the track. Have you published a checklist (wishlist) of parts for the track day rider?
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Also interested in track day worthy goodies....do list when you can ferret out the bang-for-the-buck winners please!
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I am putting all of the parts up as they become available

http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=82825
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How much Attack rearsets, Evo Tech Tail tidy, and sladers shipped to Brazil (37.901-004)
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Figure we would add some new pics to this thread.

No expense was spared on the build and set up of this bike

Here is a shot of the front potentiometer mount


The potentiometers are vulnerable so when we mounted it we used the front fender as a shield


The rear pot mounts are integrated into the shock mounting nuts (this way you do not have to disconnect the pot from the shock every time the shock is serviced)


In this shot you will see the wiring harness connectors are cleanly installed


GPS antenna on the rear tail section


All of the wiring is sorted and labeled
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