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Old 11-05-11, 13:20   #1
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hi guys,
I'm from Estonia(probarly most of you dont know where its located) as the title says and i'm sorry if my english is not always understandable. Recently I bought my newest bike which is 675(07) and I've never ridden with better bike. In Estonia we dont have many 675's(only 2 or 3), so it's rare in here and thanks to this forum I'm going to do this more special. So when I bought my 675, everything was stock except for the ixil exhaust, which is bretty cool(I also did a little video when I only had the bike for a week or so: [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZLxPsYyJWc"]Triumph Daytona 675 with IXIL exhaust - YouTube[/nomedia] )
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right now our riding seoson is over and bike is in hibernation


so I found this forum and liked all kind of modifications for this bike and I started my own project



powdercoated parts and new levers from ebay


at this moment bike looks like this


and I hope it will become something like this
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Old 11-05-11, 13:59   #2
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Welcome and it will be a looker when finished. :)
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Old 11-05-11, 16:02   #3
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Nice bike. I am from Ukraine. We have 5-10 Daytona in whole country. )))))
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I don't have a clue where you are located, and your english is not perfect. However I completly understand your bike, and where you plan on going with the updates. You are on the right path, and should be thrilled with the results. If you don't fully understand my english I am saying "I LIKE YOUR BIKE". Best of luck with the build. If you are planning on buying new plastic and want to sell the scorched yellow, PM me with prices.
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Old 11-05-11, 18:22   #5
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I don't have a clue where you are located, and your english is not perfect. However I completly understand your bike, and where you plan on going with the updates. You are on the right path, and should be thrilled with the results. If you don't fully understand my english I am saying "I LIKE YOUR BIKE". Best of luck with the build. If you are planning on buying new plastic and want to sell the scorched yellow, PM me with prices.
I understand everything perfectly but I can't talk as well as I understand. I will repaint old plastics, so no need for new ones. And Estonia is in Europe, next to Russia and Finland.
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Welcome to the madhouse from my little Western Europe, your project is going to be killer
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Okay, I admit I googled "Estonia"
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can anyone help me out? I have broken my right mirror "connection piece", I dont know how its called, so I posted pictures

here it is already welded once and I broke it again.
I have searched everywhere, but cant find this piece with reasonable price..
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cool project
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I have read several articles, that you can replace your mirrors with a set of Suzuki GSXR mirrors, and they actually work better than stock. No more having to push elbows inward to see what's behind you. Plus they have signal lights built in. I'm considering this for a project. Can anyone else shed some light on this? They sell for average $25-30 on ebay.
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