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**Bike Of The Month**January 2012**

January 2012 Bike of the Month


This month's bike of the month winner goes to a very tastefully modded Daytona. I'm always a sucker for a Graphite beauty! I present to you c_morse and his clean and quick Graphite 07' Daytona. Enjoy! And congrats!
~Doublen675



-Full Name - Charlie Morse
-Username - c_morse

Modifications and Build List:

Performance:
-Sprocket Specialists Front and Rear Sprockets – 16/48 - Black
-EK 520 MVXZ Chain – Black
-APE Adjustable Cam Sprockets
-Hordpower Intake Camshaft
-Hordpower Intake Trumpets
-Hordpower Stage 1 Cylinder Head Porting
-Triumph Race Cylinder Head Gasket
-Pipercross Race Air Filter
-Leo Vince Full Race Exhaust w/ Carbon Fiber Muffler
-Heat Wrapped/Sealed Exhaust From Lower Headers to Muffler
-APE Manual Cam Chain Tensioner
-Secondary Air Injection System Removed
-Air Intake Flapper Removed
-NGK CR10EIX Spark Plugs
-Hordpower 8-cell Lithium Battery
-Tuneboy
-Dynotuned by Hordpower to 121hp/53tq

Brakes/Suspension/Handling:
-Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Tires
-EBC HH Front and Rear Brake Pads
-Galfer Stealth Rear Rotor
-Elka 2-Way Rear Shock
-Spiegler Front and Rear Brake Lines – Black
-Spiegler Brake Banjo Bolts – Black
-Speedbleeders
-Pazzo Racing Gold Anodized Preload Adjusters
-Rizoma Front and Rear Brake Fluid Reservoirs - Black
-Hyperpro RSC Steering Damper – Top Mount – Black w/ Gold Hardware
-Gilles Tooling Black Chain Adjusters w/ GP Lifts
-Lowered front forks flush with triple tree
-[FLUX] Standard Height Rear Suspension Correction Plates

Aesthetics:
-Apexcone 35W DDM Low and High Beam HID – 5k low and high
-Proton Flushmount Turn Signals
-White SMD 80mm Halos
-White LED Running Lights
-LED Flasher Relay
-Clear Alternatives Smoked LED Tail Light
-Gilles Rearsets - Black
-Lightech Fuel Cap – Black
-Pazzo Brake and Clutch Levers – Shorty – Black w/ Gold Adjusters
-Rizoma Grips – Black
-R&G Bar Ends
-Tech Spec Snakeskin Tank Grip Pads
-GSG Frame Sliders
-PowerBronze Aero Windscreen
-Keiti Windscreen Screw Kit - Black
-Polished Headlight Housings
-Bestem USA Carbon Fiber Front Mudguard
-Skidmarx Carbon Fiber Rear Fender
-Traded Jet Black Tank for Graphite
-Repainted Fairings/Cowls Graphite
-Graphite Solo Seat Cowl
-Black Powdercoated Passenger Rearsets
-Triumph Genuine Accessories Footrest Mountings
-R&G Cotton Reel Paddock Stand Bobbins
-Triumph Gold Top Yoke Nut
-Triumph Carbon Fiber Tank Pad
-Triumph Gel Seat
-Carbon4U Carbon Fiber Chain Guard
-Bestem USA Carbon Fiber Lower Chain Guard
-British Customs-Style Undertail Plate Mount - Powdercoated Black
-LED License Plate Bolts
-Carbon4U Carbon Fiber Front Sprocket Cover
-Carbon4U Carbon Fiber Cockpit Infills
-Pro Bolt Alloy Fairing Bolt Kit – Black
-Pro Bolt Alloy Screen Bolt Kit – Black
-Pro Bolt Alloy Engine Bolt Kit – Black
-Pro Bolt Alloy Sprocket Nut Kit – Black
-Pro Bolt Alloy Clutch Cable Adjustment Knob – Black
-LoJack installed by dealer

Pieces powder coated, painted, or anodized black:
-Headlight Housings
-Instrument Cluster
-Grill Mesh
-Engine Covers
-Wheels and Valve Stems
-Suspension Link and Brackets
-Kickstand
-Triple Tree
-Clip-ons
-Swingarm Spacers
-Rear Axle Blocks
-Frame Slider Brackets
-Caliper Bolts
-Rotor Bolts
-Axle Pinch Bolts
-Triple Tree Pinch Bolts
-Clip-on Pinch Bolts
-Too many to list….almost every single visible nut/bolt/spacer/washer/bracket


Why do you think your bike should be Bike of the Month?
Why I Think My Bike is a BOTM Contender: This bike won bike of the month a couple of years ago, and since coming into my hands has undergone quite a transformation. I feel that this is a perfect example that one's definition of a "finished product" is a wonderful beginning point for another to realize what they really want in a bike. Through removing certain parts and modifications both performance wise and aesthetic that the previous owner had done, and then adding in those parts I felt best made the bike "mine," I feel that I've reached a product that goes beyond what the original iteration was, and truly made this bike fit me. I've made it more comfortable, in my eyes better looking, and overall a joy for me to ride. I find myself wheeling this bike out of the garage almost nightly and just sitting there and staring at it. I feel that my exacting attention to detail has really benefitted this bike, in that I have redone many things that the original owner did to get them "up to my standards." This goes for redoing the headlights, to rewiring the front harness so that it didn't stick out from below the fairing, to replacing the scarred gold top yoke nut. In the end I've reached a much more polished product than what I'd originally purchased, and the transformation for me is a very pleasing one.
~c_morse






































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//Double "N"
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post #2 of 39 Old 01-01-12, 09:26
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Beautiful bike!!! Nice set of mods!!!

Cheers!


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Very very nice buddy. All those little bits visually all add to make a ge difference ;)
Did ou buy the hyperpro damper in that colour combo or have it done yourself?

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The Hyperpro was on the bike when I bought it from its previous owner. At the time of purchase the bike was Jet Black with gold accents. I don't know for sure if he bought the damper in this particular color combo, although I'm pretty sure I've seen other Hyperpro dampers sporting similar colors recently.

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WOw! Very nice bike, congrats!

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Nice bike and congrats

2009 Daytona 675
Akra headers/comp werks exhaust, 1050 throttle tube, ohlins ttx rear shock, bazzaz zfi fuel controller/QS, MWR air filter, attack rear sets, galfer rotors front and rear, brembo MC,
2013 Aprilia RSV-4
stock for now
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nice ride,
i am SUPER interested in how the head and cam package compared to Stock?

Most of you people are not capable of being your GD self, to damn worried about being politically correct.
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Having owned a mostly stock D675, and now this one, the motor work and tune on this created a serious screamer. I'm in love with it.
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Congrats your bike is stunning

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Lovely bike, mate!
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