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post #1 of 3 Old 11-15-19, 20:01 Thread Starter
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Lurker saying hi; 2011 675R track bike

Hi y'all. I've been a member since picking up a 2011 Daytona 675R track bike this past spring 2019. Made some updates and purchased some go-fast bits from the good folks here. Really enjoying the bike; handles great and love the motor. I'm in MA and typically ride PMP, NYST, and NJMP. Feel free to introduce yourself if you recognize the bike! I posted a couple pictures in the track day thread here.

Now that winter is setting in I'll be really tearing the bike apart to get her ready for spring. Jealous of you guys down south!
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post #2 of 3 Old 11-15-19, 20:12
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Nice!. I just picked up a 2011 se this year as well. A very romantic bike it is. I have done tons of mods already from crg levers, quickshifter, shorai battery to hydro dipped fairings. One significant mod that I love is mirrors off a 955i triumph. The stalk is about a little less than an inch longer and what wonders it does in rear visibility, for street ofcourse. Planning to take it to a track near me here in northeast PA.

So tell me what mods are you planning over the winter? My goal is to freshen the braking system, decat the manifold, and mess with tuneecu and maps.

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Hi Ken - I mostly want to tear into the motor to get a sense of where she's at: valve clearance, compression, and leakdown. I'd also like to get her cleaned & painted as well as a Tuneboy so i can bring the redline down a hair to help avoid blowing up the motor. :) Maybe slightly taller gearing too. Other than those few things: really doesn't need anything else.

Thx for mentioning the mirrors; will pass along to my buddy who has a stock (street) 2011 or 2012 675R.
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