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post #1 of 17 Old 05-31-16, 17:15 Thread Starter
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2015 Street Triple - Daytona 675R front-end conversion (aka Hooligaz RS Build)

Here's my attempt @ Daytona 675R front-end conversion on 2015 Street Triple:









Performance:
- Daytona 675R Front End Conversion:
  • Ohlins NIX30 Forks
  • Brembo Monobloc Calipers
  • Brembo RCS 19 Master Cylinder
  • Custom CNC Machined Lower Triple Tree
  • 675R ABS Sensor
  • Titanium Caliper Bolts
- RX / Daytona 675 Rear Conversion with stock Daytona seats
- KYB Street Triple R/Daytona 675 Rear Suspension
- Lust Racing 25mm Lowering Kit
- Rizoma Sport Grips
- Triumph CNC Machined low-drag Clutch Lever
- Tech-Spec SnakeSkin Tank Pads

Protection:

- Rizoma Proguard System for Brake and Clutch Levers
- Triumph Frame Sliders
- Triumph Engine Covers
- Triumph Fork Sliders
- Triumph Fly Screen and Belly-Pan
- Triumph Tank Pad
- Triumph Lower Chainguard
- Rizoma Spools

Bling:
- Rizoma Next Front Brake Reservoir and Mount
- Triumph CNC Machined Rear Brake Reservoir
- Rizoma Tail Tidy
- Triumph Bar-End Mirrors
- Rizoma LED Signals [Action signals - front and Zero signals -rear]
w/ Triumph LED Flasher Relay Kit
- Triumph Billet Machined Chain Adjuster Block - Red
- Triumph Oil Cap

Parts to get in the near future:
- Speed Triple R 2016 Tank Badges
- Daytona Seat Cowl
- Quick Shifter (Not sure which brand ATM - Open to suggestions)
- Ohlins TTX Rear Suspension
- After-market exhaust (Leaning towards Arrow but open to suggestions)

and here's the original Hooligaz (exactly 1 yr ago):


Big thanks are in order:
@Knolly - Thanks for the inspiration and all your help.
@jdgun_13 - Thanks for all the needed parts that you sent and all your help.

And thanks to all the Triumph675.net forum members who shared / sharing valuable, know-how, in-depth knowledge, and experiences in the forums!

Really appreciated guys!

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

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post #2 of 17 Old 05-31-16, 17:38
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Your brake fluid looks like molten laval. Pretty cool.
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Is that a custom paint job? or did you swamp out the tanks and other bits from a factory Daytona for the gray color?
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Your brake fluid looks like molten laval. Pretty cool.
Yeah guess it looks like molten lava Thanks!

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Is that a custom paint job? or did you swamp out the tanks and other bits from a factory Daytona for the gray color?
The tank and other parts were swapped with the ones from a matte graphite STR.
The Daytona tail came in white color so it was painted. I can give you the Standox paint code if you like.

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Did you keep the Street Triple R suspension? Or did you use the Daytona R TTX shock?
How is the rear suspension working with the Daytona front?
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Did you keep the Street Triple R suspension? Or did you use the Daytona R TTX shock?
How is the rear suspension working with the Daytona front?
Yes I have the KYB adjustable rear suspension ATM, but planning to get a TTX in the near future. Actually the KYB rear shock seems to be working surprisingly well with the Daytona front on the streets. Hopefully will try it out @ Intercity Istanbul Park soon.

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Looks fantastic, nice work! I love the color scheme as well, very slick.

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Looks fantastic, nice work! I love the color scheme as well, very slick.
Thanks Knolly
I decided to do the D675R front-end conversion after seeing your RS Build thread so truly the inspiration came from you

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I feel like you got that done pretty quickly! Looks great.
Also, I like your wheel decals (even though they're not super noticeable in the pictures).
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