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Question Looking for some clarification on motor compatibility

Howdy, first post here and wasnt really seeing a whole lot on this matter couldnt really find what i was looking for in the search so my apologies if this has been discussed, anyway, I crashed my valves incredibly hard on my 2014 Daytona non r, and I have been on the search for a new motor, I was under the assumption that I would need a 13+ motor and thats what I have been looking for, however I keep seeing ads pop up for motors that say 11-17 daytona 675 motors for sale, I was under the assumption they were different, I know that my motor will have a slipper clutch and that those motors will not, but would an 11 or 12 motor drop into my 14? or are they vastly different? I would much rather do it proper and just find a motor from my year or generation but if there is no difference aside from a slipper clutch and I can save a few hundred bucks and then just swap my basket over I would much rather do that to save myself a little pocket change financially, thank you for your time.
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No, 13+ motors are different. Not sure why anyone would refer to a Daytona motor as 11-17. Gen 2 (09-12) are quite a bit different from gen 3 (13+). Gen 1 (06-08) are a little different from gen 2, but gen 2 and gen 3 have many more differences. I know there is a thread about someone putting a 13+ motor into a gen 2, and it is not a drop-in replacement. But something to keep in mind is some 2013's are gen 2, and will not be the same as your motor. That is why Triumph dealers always go by VIN, not year.

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This is exactly the information I was looking for thank you so much, I greatly appreciate it.
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