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Finally got the bike back from the shop, where they installed:
  • Hindle Full Exhaust
  • Bazzaz ZFi
  • Servo Buddy
  • MWR Air Filter
  • Renthal front (15T) and rear (47T) sprockets
  • DID ERV3 520 Chain

I left the gearing stock to start out, but I have a full stack of Renthal rear sprockets and a 16T front to be able to alter the gearing as need be.

Looks like I'll have to trim the SharkSkinz body work slightly to accommodate the Hindle exhaust system. No big deal. It looks and sounds great!

Taking it to the tuner this coming weekend to have him adjust the maps.
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I just got back from my first race weekend at Texas World Speedway (the last CMRA event at the venerable track before it gets plowed under into a housing development) and am happy to report that the latest round of mods did very well - the extra power was really appreciated. :)

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Next up in the mod queue:
* Apex Shift Pivot Plate - to fix the shifting issues I'm having under race conditions.

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did you notice in another thread about this there was an excellent write-up and photos? It revealed that the Triumph replacement kit (provided under warranty as well as labor) is an exact copy of the Apex revised one. So far all are reporting a solid fix, myself included.

Will save you money better put to tires!

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did you notice in another thread about this there was an excellent write-up and photos? It revealed that the Triumph replacement kit (provided under warranty as well as labor) is an exact copy of the Apex revised one. So far all are reporting a solid fix, myself included.

Will save you money better put to tires!
I stumbled on it here you go:
https://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...140410&page=38

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Thanks for the link. I guess I noticed it too late as the part is already on order. I'm glad to hear that it fixes the issues. I ran into the problem a number of times while at Texas World Speedway this past weekend. :(

On an unrelated note, I also have an AiM SoloDL on order to finally add a lap timer to my setup. Must be getting serious now.

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Wow - been a while since I posted. On a trip to Barbar this past summer the shift issue got so bad I couldn't get out of 2nd gear. Ended up replacing the shift pivot plate and star using the Triumph parts. Since I was in there, I also replaced the friction plates in the clutch which were down to about 40%.

Now the race/track season is over here in Texas, it's about time to tear down the bike and replace some of the bolts, etc. that have gotten worn over two seasons of racing.

NOTE - new to my stable is a fully tricked out Ninja 250R. It's so much fun! It also has much nicer suspension (AK-20 forks and JRI rear shock) that really inspires confidence. I'm thinking a suspension upgrade on the Daytona may be one of my next moves.

Also, I finally ended up selling my Street Triple and picking up a new BMW S1000XR for the street. :)

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Wow - been a while since I posted. On a trip to Barbar this past summer the shift issue got so bad I couldn't get out of 2nd gear. Ended up replacing the shift pivot plate and star using the Triumph parts. Since I was in there, I also replaced the friction plates in the clutch which were down to about 40%.

Now the race/track season is over here in Texas, it's about time to tear down the bike and replace some of the bolts, etc. that have gotten worn over two seasons of racing.

NOTE - new to my stable is a fully tricked out Ninja 250R. It's so much fun! It also has much nicer suspension (AK-20 forks and JRI rear shock) that really inspires confidence. I'm thinking a suspension upgrade on the Daytona may be one of my next moves.

Also, I finally ended up selling my Street Triple and picking up a new BMW S1000XR for the street. :)
i would say thats a fun come up with the Ninja 250R! I seriously been watching too many people have fun on those things and want something in that class to toss around with. I think there is def a resurgence in that class the last few years. very cool.... bet we could find a decent deal on one as well now too!

Ti bolts FTW! Never worry about shitty mis thread issues and they just last so so long.. as long as you have the bike. What we do need to upgrade or at the very least, replace with oem, is the front and rear axles.. Our front had some issues with galling up and it got to the point of having to use some "persuasion" to get it thru. Sanding helps, but, you can only do that so many times before its time for something else.

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Really enjoyed reading through this! I'm building up my '16 D675R as a dedicated track bike (and hopefully race in the near future!) -- lot of cool photos and ideas in here!

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