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post #1 of 9 Old 06-26-19, 22:15 Thread Starter
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2007 Daytona 675

Hey so I've been searching the forums and been reading about d675s of course. I'm looking at buying one hence the title. It has 10k miles on it and looks to be in great shape.

Curious about the common issues and reliability? I know the exup valve is one. But wanted some honest truth when it comes to daytonas. Hope you guys can help, I appreciate any feedback you give! Thanks!!
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I’m in the same boat as you. Picked up my 07 a couple weeks ago. Regulator/rectifier and stator failure seems to be the most common issues. There was a recall for these issues but there’s little luck getting these fixed under the recall since it was 10+ years since the announcement - please correct me if I’m wrong. I’m also not sure how to tell if these issues were fixed or not... anyone have pics of the stock r/r and stator vs the recalled parts?

I think there was also a recall on a fuel pump relay sub harness around the same time and something weird about the dipstick length being outta wack. Not sure when. I’ve also heard of issues with oil mixing with coolant but this doesn’t seem to be a common thing or anything specific to this bike for that matter.

As far as reliability, I get the impression these bikes are generally very reliable, and this is partially why they’re so cherished and kept by the same owners for many years. There’s an awesomely corny yet informative video of how these bikes get created. The title is “Triumph Daytona 675 factory” on YouTube.

Hope you get it. I’ve fallen in love with mine, and it’s a very well made machine.
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I'm new to these bikes also and very in the dark about a lot of things. I'll be watching this for updates. Good luck and Thanks

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Did the 2007 models have issues with the chain tensioner? I know replacing it with a manual one is a common mod on later bikes.
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Another common issue with the 2006-2008 models, are the heat exchangers failing. Which can lead to coolant in your oil, and blow the engine. That was fixed (somewhat) with the 2009s.


It was entirely fixed with 2013+
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so, is the 13+ coolant heat exchanger a direct swap? other options in not?

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No, not at all. The 2006-2008 is round. The 2013+ is square.


Here is your option.


https://www.ukracesupport.com/collec...let-oil-cooler


And the installation


https://www.triumph675.net/forum/sho...let+oil+cooler

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I acquired my 07 Daytona this year.
I checked the following URLs for recall info -
https://vinrcl.safercar.gov/vin/
https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com/safety-recall-search

My bike's VIN indicated the regulator/rectifier had not been replalced yet. I called my local Triumph dealer and they were very helpful. The service manager double checked the VIN, ordered the part, and scheduled an appointment to replace the component when the part arrived. Good Luck.
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Originally Posted by Shamrock View Post
No, not at all. The 2006-2008 is round. The 2013+ is square.


Here is your option.


https://www.ukracesupport.com/collec...let-oil-cooler


And the installation


https://www.triumph675.net/forum/sho...let+oil+cooler
Thanks for the the info. I will look into this soon!

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