I would like to say hi and give a quick introduction. My name is Brian Gibson and I am co-owner to Riders Discount. I wanted to say how excited I am with this project bike. I had the lucky opportunity to race a 2007 model this summer and found the bike to be incredibly fun to ride with loads of potential within the motor and chassis. Even though I crashed during one of the two races I had raced I found the bike to be brilliant on the brakes and mid corner. The crash was mostly my fault as I was probably pushing a little too hard with the suspension not quite sorted to it maximum potential. With that being said I hope we can sort this 2009 bike out and make it a true contender at the track and possibly even enter it at the AMA Pro level.
The Triumph 675 to me is a unique machine with an exotic sound that just begs to be modified and explored. I am also excited about Riders Discount being a sponsor of this forum and becoming part of the Triumph community. Please keep the suggestions coming on this project and we will see how it turns out.
2007 Triumph 675 raced summer 09:
Bonus shot of the 07 675 summer 09
I'd hit it!!............and the girl too.
I would say some pro-bolt. Especially around the wheels, would make it lighter. I forget what that type of weight is called no unsprung or sprung, rotating maybe?
07 Daytona:1050, Jardine, Tuneboy, 520 +1 -1, K&N, Double bubble, Pazzo gold shortys, Frame+Fork+Swingarm Sliders, Woodcraft covers, Watsen Flush Mount 1-LED, skyking tail sliders, CA rear light, Custom Pearl Paint, Ottimoto Gas cap, CF heelguards, Catalyst Race Tail, skyking clutch slider, Stompgrip, Gold racetech spring, Hyperpro damper (finally). Decatted and no EXBV. Some probolt stuff, PCIII
:Next Mods: NJCustom Tank Protectors, Driven bar ends