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2016 Daytona 675r track/race prep

TUNE IN

Dropped off at the race shop Getting track/race prepped.

Bodis headers
Sc project slip on
Eventuri velocity stacks
BMC race filter
Renthal clip
520 conversion
Manual cam tensioner
Rapid bike race
Rapid bike Map switch 93/mr12
Rapid bike my tune
Smart Moto secondary air intake eliminator
Translogic quick shifter
Attack performance rear sets (go shift)
Domino quick action throttle kit
Brembo rcs19
Abs delete
Once done and dumped will post pictures and data.

Once everything is installed then we’ll be doing full body work Moto 2 replica and race generator kit, aim tft or lcd, yoyodine slipper clutch and 2 more my tunes for the other cylinders so they be tuned individually.

Once I’m done I’m expecting 130-135 in dyno maybe more.

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dang that is quite the list...is a triumph dealer installing all that or an actual race shop?
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Where are you getting the Moto2 bodywork?

That's a nice list, but I'll be surprised if you hit 130 on a realistic dyno.
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Where are you getting the Moto2 bodywork?

That's a nice list, but I'll be surprised if you hit 130 on a realistic dyno.
I think from T3 Performance or Associated British Motorcycles. Saw a post on Facebook about it and they do look sweet!

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I think from T3 Performance or Associated British Motorcycles. Saw a post on Facebook about it and they do look sweet!
I saw that kit on Facebook. Looks kinda funny to me, not nearly as clean as Triumph's prototype bodywork. Hoping OP has another source.
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dang that is quite the list...is a triumph dealer installing all that or an actual race shop?
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Where are you getting the Moto2 bodywork?

That's a nice list, but I'll be surprised if you hit 130 on a realistic dyno.



So the kit will he purchased from the page you guys assumed.

As far as the parts I am being modest with the parts I just listed that’s not all I’m doing.

I will be doing internals, race harness delta ecu
Auto blipper. I truly want to get the most out of this engine. The dyno used Is the latest and greatest dyno around my area. It is a race shop I’ve worked with them on my 2010 se and we made were able to get to 125 without internals I’m pretty optimistic with for this build and expecting some awesome and real numbers.

I will post progress and numbers.

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I have the Rapid Bike Evo module and was on their site the other day. Will the auto-blipper work for the 675? The only list he 765 one their compatibility chart.

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I have the Rapid Bike Evo module and was on their site the other day. Will the auto-blipper work for the 675? The only list he 765 one their compatibility chart.
No, all 675's have cable-operated throttles. He'll have to install that crazy expensive European auto-blipper that adds a servo onto the throttle bodies, or somehow retrofit the new 765 TB's to the 675. Doesn't sound worth the effort to me.
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