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Attack Performance 675 Triple Clamps with Adjustable Offset

Attack Performance Adjustable Offset Triple Clamps have been the go-to triple clamps for many AMA Pro Roadracing teams for years. And, why not? They’re one of the best choices you can make when it comes to improving front end feel on your motorcycle. That’s because, unlike raising or lowering forks in the triple clamps, or changing the length of the wheelbase, adjusting offset only changes front end trail significantly. This allows the rider to tune the feel of the front end without affecting other areas of the bike’s handling. This is a real advantage for preparing an ideal setup as other sacrifices to stability or corner exit grip don’t have to be made just to improve front end feel!

Attack Performance triple clamps for the Triumph Daytona 675 come installed with the same offsets that are preferred by our riders. This provides the club racer or the avid trackday rider with an excellent starting point to achieving quicker turn-in response and better mid-corner feel without making the front end nervous or unstable. Best of all, unlike other aftermarket triple clamps, different offsets are available to suit different setup preferences or to retain the same front end trail when switching to tires that are of a different size. Changing offset is easy as it does not require the complete removal of your bike’s forks. Simply loosen the steering stem nut and the pinch bolts that hold the offsets in place. Swap them out, tighten everything to spec and you’re ready to ride!

Attack Performance triple clamps are hard-anodized for a durable, long-lasting finish that looks fantastic on any Triumph 675. Every kit is precision CNC-machined from billet aluminum alloy with strategically placed gussets to make them light yet more rigid than the OEM triple clamps they replace. Machining from billet gives you a uniform strength unlike some others that machine a cast clamp.

We use Attack Performance triple clamps on our own project bikes and have the knowledge to answer any questions you may have about the installation or use of this outstanding piece of tuning equipment.

These are not yet available on our website, call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 to get these Attack triple clamps shipped to you fast. If you prefer, send an email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with ATTACK 6756 TRIPLE CLAMPS in the subject line and we’ll get back to you right away.

Attack Performance Triumph 675 triple clamps come complete with everything you need to install them on your bike. Instructions denote a very specific installation arrangement and also include torque specifications.


Our adjustable offset triple clamps for Tiumph come out of the box with the same offset we use in our own bike. This can be adjusted in minutes without removing the entire front end of the motorcycle!


Attack Performance uses only the finest hardware on their triple clamps. Like the hard-anodizing process, this ensures a good-looking and long-lasting aftermarket triple clamp.


Attack Performance makes it easy to swap out offsets. This is especially advantageous for riders who like to try different tire brands yet want to keep the same feel and fast, but stable – turn-in on their 675s.


Gusseting is as gorgeous as it is purposeful. Attack Performance has years of experience developing and testing triple clamps on their own motorcycles as well as supplying other very respectable teams with their adjustable offset triple clamps. This gives them a great deal of information to develop every new component they make.


Adjustable steering stops are fitted as standard.


Scott's damper mounted to the Attack clamps


RidersDiscount.com believes in the performance advantage that is provided by Attack Performance triple clamps. We use them on all of our bikes!

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Does the stem come with the lower bearing race already pressed on? Also how would an OEM damper mount to the damper bracket in the picture. I think the OEM damper mounts to the bottom of the tree.

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Sorry those WERE photos of the S1000RR triple clamps and the Triumph kit doesn't have the OEM damper mount built in.

The lower bearing race will need to be pressed on.

Photos above have since been updated to the 675 model.

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Sorry those WERE photos of the S1000RR triple clamps and the Triumph kit doesn't have the OEM damper mount built in.

The lower bearing race will need to be pressed on.

Photos above have since been updated to the 675 model.

Do the attack trees come with the new lower race?

Also do you have any options for a steering damper setup when using the Attack trees?
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The lower race is not supplied and would be an OEM part (or you can press it off your OEM clamps like we did). Some people have adapted the Scotts damper to work or you can make a bracket and run an Ohlins damper like we have done.
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