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post #1 of 4 Old 08-02-20, 12:01 Thread Starter
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Lowered 675r?

Hi. I just bought a 2013 Daytona 675r from a guy. He says he was the only owner and that the bike is bone stock and he has never modified any part of the motorcycle. Everything seemed normal with the bike until after the first ride to work I realize I was flat footing the motorcycle. I've owned a Daytona before and I was not able to flat foot that one. I checked under the shock and it has a linkage that says PSR on it. My question is did triumph make a lowered Daytona 675r? And if so is this the linkage that they would've use? Or did this guy have the motorcycle lowered and isn't telling me. He is adamant that he never modified anything before. It doesn't appear that he has any reason to lie.
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Ill check my linkage later..
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post #3 of 4 Old 08-04-20, 00:20
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definitely a lowering link, just google psr lowering link
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Hi. I just bought a 2013 Daytona 675r from a guy. He says he was the only owner and that the bike is bone stock and he has never modified any part of the motorcycle. Everything seemed normal with the bike until after the first ride to work I realize I was flat footing the motorcycle. I've owned a Daytona before and I was not able to flat foot that one. I checked under the shock and it has a linkage that says PSR on it. My question is did triumph make a lowered Daytona 675r? And if so is this the linkage that they would've use? Or did this guy have the motorcycle lowered and isn't telling me. He is adamant that he never modified anything before. It doesn't appear that he has any reason to lie.

There's a good chance the dealer put it on when he bought it ... on in the past 7 years he forgot about it.



Adjust it to stock length (146mm I think) and ride on!
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