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post #21 of 41 Old 07-18-08, 13:06
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Free up a seized EXUP valve

Here's how I free up the exhaust valve:
https://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=21392
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post #22 of 41 Old 08-19-08, 14:38
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help i need to replace the lights and remove the front fairing. any ideas would be helpful. i reckon i could do the lights no problems, it is the easy bit getting the fairing off before hand i am having problems with. i think i am missing a screw underneath the headstock which still keeps the fairing on. any diagrams / hint would be helpful.

cheers lads and lasses.

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post #23 of 41 Old 08-19-08, 18:07
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Nope, The front fairing is only connected to the bike with the mirror bolts and the four middle screws on the wind screen. When You have removed them, just pull the fairing forward/slightly down to release it from the air tunnel.

There is only one connector to open, placed at Your left headlight. And a cable that is running under both headlight that You have to pull free before You have the front fairing fully removed. As I remember it, the fiche at www.bikebandit.com might be of some help.

Good luck.

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...getting the fairing off before hand i am having problems with. i think i am missing a screw underneath the headstock which still keeps the fairing on. any diagrams / hint would be helpful...
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post #24 of 41 Old 03-02-09, 08:47
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Hey erveryone! I'm thinkin of buying a daytona 675 as my next bike and I have a few questions about maintenance. What I would like to know is fuel usage, service interval, parts prices and anything else you think is important. And one more thing: I heard that because of the large stroke and high rpm, daytonas use more oil than japanese bikes. Is this true?
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post #25 of 41 Old 03-10-09, 18:15
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Ive noticed that the images in the post containing the torque values posted by jbj some time back have gone.
I created a pdf a while back of some of the How-To's in this thread and had copied those images.
I will try to attach the pdf to this post hoping that it will be a part of the thread for download.
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File Type: pdf 675MaintenanceRepairFAQs.pdf (5.89 MB, 5534 views)
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post #26 of 41 Old 04-04-09, 10:54
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Followed Valoflyby's "wheel removal" advice today as published as a compilation under "Maintenance and repair FAQs" by STU.

Used as a guide to purchase the tools I did not have (all of them) and then to do the job. Very helpful and worked a treat. (only knocked out the bearing spacer once before I got it back together).

Thanks.
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post #27 of 41 Old 04-09-09, 09:28
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Difficulty in changing rear brake pad

I need a rear brake pad. I don't want to take to the dealership as they just kill you on the price. How hard is this to do?
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post #28 of 41 Old 05-04-09, 18:33
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Torque Spec Sheets from Shop Manual

I searched for this info and no where can I find it or is there an active link to it, so I'm attaching a pdf with a scan of the 6 pages from the shop manual containing the torque specs for most of the bolts on the 675. I was scanning the illustrations/exploded diagrams with torque figures, but my computer blew up and so it didn't save my progress. On account of that, I'm just posting the above mentioned 6 pages.

When I find some time or am extremely bored, I'm was gonna fill out the "Notes" column with the bolt size. In the meantime, this will probably help out plenty.

Cheers.

EDIT: Well, the attachment doesn't work...so once that kicks in, I'll attach.

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any howtos on how to change the rear wheel bearings. thanks
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