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2007 Dayton Race Bike (NH)

Hi All , selling my Daytona as I welcome another bike into the fleet! This bike was bought new by a local collector and turned into a trackbike. It was then sold and used by a tracday instructor until I purchased it a few years ago. I turned it into a full racebike and used it for 2.5 seasons. Below is a list of mods, I'll double check the mileage but it's low, maybe 5,000. Located 35 minutes north of Boston

Attack Triples
Scotts Damper w/ custom mount for Attack triples
Penske Rear and Front set up and serviced by Computrac
Armour bodies painted with Lamborghini colors
Woodcraft clipons,ignition delete,bar end sliders, brake protection and case savers
Front and rear axle sliders
RCs19 master cylinder
Yoyodyne Slipper clutch (installed by Seacoast Sportcycle)
Full titanium catback Remus exhaust
DP brake pads
Stompgrip tank pads
Separate set of wheels (2 rears and 1 front)
All stock takeoffs including bodywork
Separate set of Sharkskinz bodywork with rash but definitely fixable
Pitbull trs pins
Annitori quickshifter
Asv levers
Second custom alcantara seat (along with stock one)


Has some rash on the left side fairings from rain lowside (damn turn 2 painted lines). And new battery. Other than the rash there is a small weld on the upper case from a crack where the original frame sliders pushed it in. Work performed by Innovative Motorsports and has run flawlessly for 2 seasons since. I have the title and pretty much all of the stock takeoffs including the fairings in great condition.

The attack triples and full geometry by Computrac changed the way the bike handles completely. I'm sure I'm forgetting some things too. Here are a few pics

Price:$4,000
$4,500 with extra wheels
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post #2 of 3 Old 06-19-20, 20:02
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If you decide to part out Iím looking for a Scottís damper for my attack equipped Ď07.


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If you decide to part out Iím looking for a Scottís damper for my attack equipped Ď07.
The specific piece for the attack triples is pretty cheap. I believe I paid less than $70 shipped

If you do end up considering parting out some of it I would love the Slipper Clutch

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