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Old 01-01-09, 22:12   #1
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Anyone have a 675 parts compatibility list they can share? I know things like a GSX-R brake lever and front sprocket fit. Trying to compile a complete list of parts from other Triumph or non-Triumph bikes that fit.

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UPDATE 7/18/09. Thanks to all who provided inputs and keep 'em coming including any updates/corrections to the existing list.

**DISCLAIMER: Nothing's perfect, use these suggestions at your own risk.

1. Oil Filter: BMW, 2007 CBR600RR, CBR1000RR
Comments: Direct fit.
K&N part number KN-204 fits almost every bike you can imagine including ours!

2. Fuel Pump: Yamaha R1 (2004+), Triumph Sprint 1050.
Comments: R1 fuel warning indicator is in a different place but it's fine for a track bike. Sprint 1050 pump connections identical to D675, but slightly different internal to the tank - fixing plate needs another notch filing in it to orientate the pump in the tank correctly and fuel sensor does not work.

3. Brake Lever: Suzuki GSX-R (2003+ GSX-R750, 2004+ GSX-R600, 2005+ GSX-R1000, 2008 GSX1300BK B-King)
Comments: Direct fit.

4. Front Sprocket: Suzuki GSX-R 600 (01-07), Suzuki GSX-R 1000 (01-07), Suzuki GSXR 750 (00-07), Yamaha R6 (99-01), Yamaha R5/RD 350, ZX-10
Comments: Direct fit.

5. Throttle Tube: Yamaha R1, Triumph Speed Triple, Triumph Sprint 1050
Comments: Direct fit.

6. Fuel Tank: Triumph Speed Triple
Comments: Direct fit.

7. Front Brake Pads: Yamaha R6 (2006+), Triumph Speed Triple (07-08), ZX-9R F1-2
Comments: Direct fit. ZX-9R F1-2 kawi part number 43082-1290 (has 3 grooves instead of 5).

8. Rear Brake Caliper: Yamaha R1, 03-05 Yamaha R6, 06-up Yamaha R6S
Comments: Direct fit.

9. Mirrors: Ducati, Suzuki GSX-R, Triumph 955
Comments: Some mods needed. See threads below.
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...ducati+mirrors
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...highlight=gsxr
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...highlight=gsxr
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...hlight=mirrors

10. Clutch Perch & Lever: Yamaha R6 (2001)
Comments: Possibly other model years fit as well. Fine on race bike, may or may not be issue for street.

11. Steering Head Bearings: Yamaha R6 (99-01)
Comments: Probably compatible with other bikes as well.

12. Forks: Honda CBR 600RR (08), Kawasaki ZX6RR (03)
Comments: Honda 600RR is direct fit (may have to use RR axle). On Kawi forks, need to swap out the caliper blocks at the bottom of the forks. Caliper block is different to accommodate smaller axle - but fork tubes, caps and internals are the same.

13. Head Stock: Suzuki GSX-R1000 (05-06)
Comments: Direct fit.

14. Headers: Triumph Speed Triple
Comments: Direct fit.

15. Rear Swingarm Bobbins: Yamaha R6
Comments: Direct fit. 6mm bolts.

16. Footpegs: Honda CBR1000RR (04-08), Yamaha R1 (03)
Comments: Direct fit. Other model year Yamaha R1 may fit as well.

17. Front Brake Calipers: Triumph Speed Triple (07-08), Suzuki GSX-R1000, 750, and 600, 06 R6
Comments: Speed triple is direct fit. Suzuki calipers line up fine, but need to drill bolt holes out a little and add spacers to distance radially.
R6: [ame="http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=52440"]Better Brakes - Finally! - Triumph675.Net Forums[/ame]

18. Wheels: Yamaha R6 (03-07)
Comments: Mods required.
[ame="http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=14781"]Trackday wheel options - Triumph675.Net Forums[/ame]


19. Front Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir Assembly: Yamaha R1
Comments: A near perfect fit. R1 assembly is probably less expensive as well.

20. Clutch Lever: Triumph Speed Triple (04-07), Speed Four (05-06), Daytona 600/650 (04-05), 955i (04-06), Sprint ST/RS (04-07), Thruxton (04-07), Bonneville T100 (06-07), Tiger (07), Rocket III (04-07)
Comments: Direct fit. These are based on comparing Pazzo Lever part numbers, so there may be some variation for OEM or OEM direct replacements.

21. Rear Shock Mounts: Yamaha R6 (99-02)
Comments: Direct fit. Aluminum and about an 1/8 inch lower than OEM 675.

22. Fork Seals: 05 R6
Comments: Direct fit.

23. Wheel Bearings and Seals: Suzuki, Honda
Comments: Suzuki rear wheel bearings (2 Req, SUZ P/N 08133-62047), Suzuki front wheel bearings (2 Req, SUZ P/N 08133-60047), Suzuki rear left outer wheel bearing - sprocket carrier (1 Req, SUZ P/N 09262-25061), Rear left oil seal - sprocket side (1 Req, SUZ P/N 09283-35028), Front wheel oil seals (2 Req, HONDA P/N 90753-074-003), Rear right oil seal - brake side (1 Req, HONDA P/N 91252-KZ4-003).

24. Crankshaft Position Sensor: Aprilia 450 RXV
Comments: Model year has not been determined as of yet.
[ame="http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?p=531940"]A Nice Repair for Defective Crank Sensor! - Triumph675.Net Forums[/ame]

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Old 01-01-09, 23:37   #2
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i no some people run r1 throttle tubes.
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Cool, thanks Hank.

So far, I have:
Brake Lever: Suzuki GSX-R (newer models)
Front sprocket: Suzuki GSX-R (newer models)
Throttle tube: Yamaha R1
Fuel tank: Speed Triple
Oil filter: BMW? (not confirmed)

Anyone have others? How about clutch cable, clutch lever, wheels, engine parts, suspension parts, etc?
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Front brake pads from '06 and later R6 fit.
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wasn't there a thread in here about certain ducati mirrors fitting 675's?
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do any other flush mount blinkers fit the 675 . $200 aus for watsens a bit steep when r1 clear lense flush mounts are $29.95 us
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don't no if any others will fit. the watsens are worth the money though. quality is a1 and you just plug them straight in. they have resistors built into them. i bought straight from watsen there service was great.
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BMW Oil Filters: Confirmed
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Fuel Pump from an 01 R1 will fit. The Fuel warning indicator is in a different place but it's fine for a track bike.
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Fuel Pump from an 01 R1 will fit. The Fuel warning indicator is in a different place but it's fine for a track bike.
I think you mean 04-up R1.
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