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post #1 of 6 Old 07-11-14, 12:14 Thread Starter
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Exclamation **Bike of the Month**May 2014**

Congratulations to Renejr40 and his beautiful Gary McCoy replica Daytona!

Here is my Daytona 675 07'. I've owned this moto' for almost three years now, buying it used from a Navy gentlemen up in Ridgecrest, California.

Last year, I was skimming through custom D675 ideas for a summer project and came across the Garry McCoy edition of a 06-08 Daytona. I'm not much of a mods type of individual so I primarily shot for a cosmetic upgrade (not that the Tornado Red needed any upgrading). Everything about the Daytona is already perfect in my eyes so I don't see too much of a reason for me to change a lot on it other than give it a face lift. Also I'm in college and I'm broke like a joke.. This is all I can muster thus far

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  • Jardine Exhaust
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*As per requested, I have included a somewhat semi-side-view of the moto. However it is an older one, taken immediately after 90% completion of its assembly. Apologies for the inconvenience (lacking of a simple, side photo).
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post #2 of 6 Old 07-11-14, 16:06
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Congrats man, it looks great!
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Congrats man, it looks great!
Thanks man!
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post #4 of 6 Old 07-14-14, 19:37
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Excellent job, well done.


To read about the transformation click > Project Trixie Transformation

For comparison photo of old R/R with new improved R/R under recall of 2012 click > R/R Comparison Photos
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Congratulations to Renejr40 and his beautiful Gary McCoy replica Daytona!

Here is my Daytona 675 07'. I've owned this moto' for almost three years now, buying it used from a Navy gentlemen up in Ridgecrest, California.

Last year, I was skimming through custom D675 ideas for a summer project and came across the Garry McCoy edition of a 06-08 Daytona. I'm not much of a mods type of individual so I primarily shot for a cosmetic upgrade (not that the Tornado Red needed any upgrading). Everything about the Daytona is already perfect in my eyes so I don't see too much of a reason for me to change a lot on it other than give it a face lift. Also I'm in college and I'm broke like a joke.. This is all I can muster thus far

Mods (if any):
  • Chinese Fairings (from China)!
  • Pazzo Levers
  • Driven Gas Cap
  • SuperSprox Front & Rear Sprocket
  • TechSpec Tank Pads
  • Triumph 09-11 Center Tank Pad
  • Jardine Exhaust
  • Samco Radiator Hose kit
  • Frame Sliders















*As per requested, I have included a somewhat semi-side-view of the moto. However it is an older one, taken immediately after 90% completion of its assembly. Apologies for the inconvenience (lacking of a simple, side photo).
Bro...those persian carpets are above and beyond. I'm lovin it.

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