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post #11 of 22 Old 01-12-18, 22:41
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That's just the flyby clip from this video. :)

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post #12 of 22 Old 01-13-18, 11:58 Thread Starter
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That's just the flyby clip from this video. :)

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If they make a 765R....Ill have that puppy on pre order.

That said 7hp up from my 675r. =)



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Looks rad as hell.

There is zero chance there isn't a Daytona 765 in the future.
with the 861 monster of course this will happen a 675D

and yes on the slimmer side convers
Ducati and Aprilia have been doing that for years

the lean angles in moto2 will be amazing with low weights and race rubber
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MCN's verdict is finally out:

Triumph's Moto2 765 ridden!


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post #16 of 22 Old 01-25-18, 14:26
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2 things they need to make a Daytona with this motor. Second they bolted that new motor into an old frame. That’s promising. The current Moto2 motors go up for sale occasionally. I hope Triumph does that too. That would give the option to make my own.
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2 things they need to make a Daytona with this motor. Second they bolted that new motor into an old frame. That’s promising. The current Moto2 motors go up for sale occasionally. I hope Triumph does that too. That would give the option to make my own.
With Tony Scott working so closely with Triumph on this project, Moto2-spec parts for the 765 motor are already more or less commercially available from Spirit. I bet you could get a motor right now if you really wanted to, you'd just have to pony up an assload of cash.
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I’m sure it’s well out of my range. The Honda 600s used were expensive but within the realms of possibility.
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The only way Triumph will make a Daytona 765 street bike is if enough people put their money on the table. Speaking to Triumph last week they sold over 1200 Bobbers in the UK this year. The last year the Daytona was in production it sold 6! Please keep pestering Triumph for this bike to be made.
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I really don't understand why the D675 flopped so badly all around the world. In my local market I can see why, they were stupid expensive, commanding 1000cc money for a 600, but MX market is all sorts of messed up; they ended up collecting dust in the dealerships and AFAIK only '13 models were imported, in the end they sold them with all the triumph accesories included at a steep discount.


When I take it for a ride I've never ran into another D675, but in every ride I'll see Panigale V4s; it's like I were riding a super exotic bike.
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