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+13' Triumph Daytona parts not needed for the track

This was all removed from a 2014 Daytona 675R with only 900 street miles. (Actually I bought the bike with about 900 street miles and then put about 200 more street miles on it before I began the tear down)

Price is "shipped" ONLY to the lower 48.
ECU/Harness/Immobilizer are located in Blaine MN

ECU with wire harness and immobilizer (1,1xx miles for ABS bike) $300


This was all removed from a 2014 Daytona 675R with only 900 street miles. (Actually I bought the bike with about 900 street miles and then put about 200 more street miles on it before I began the tear down)

Lower exhaust heat shield (the black metal lower trim that is part of the body work) $30 / SOLD
OEM 525,15/47 chain and sprocket set (you will need a 525 master link) $75 / SOLD
OEM 525 47T rear sprocket $25 / SOLD
Idle stepper motor $50 / SOLD for $30
SAI (hoses, covers, reed valves, etc.) $25 / SOLD
Headlight / horn handle bar switch (Clutch side) $30 / SOLD
Passenger seat $50 / SOLD
Rider seat $75 / SOLD
Clip-on's w/grips throttle tube and bar ends $70 / SOLD
Mirrors $40 each / SOLD
Head light assembly $175 / SOLD
Turn signals $30 / SOLD
Rear fender w/turn signals $40 / SOLD
OEM plastic oil filer cap w/O-ring $10 / SOLD
Accessory Triumph paddock stand bobbins (black) $20 / SOLD
Passenger seat $50 / SOLD
Lock set, (Key, ignition, fuel cap, seat lock. I had a lot of difficulty drilling out one of the ignitions mounts from the triple clamp so I wound up putting an angle grinder to it. The mount is still fully functional and the damage from the grinder will not be visible. You will need to have the key/ignition paired with your bike by a dealer.) $80 / SOLD
Full OEM Exhaust system w/Exup, O2 sensor and body trim panels $150 / SOLD
Right rearset (brake side) $75 / SOLD
Triumph 10-15L Tail pack (new in the plastic) Its my understanding that this pack works for various 675s. You will need to go buy a specific mount harness for your bike at a dealer for this to work. The harness runs about $15. $50 Tail pack with no harness / SOLD

Parts thrown out 11/2019

Right passenger foot rest (brake side) $40 / THROWN OUT
Evap loss canister and hoses $15 / THROWN OUT
Tail/Brake light $30 / THROWN OUT
Air filter $25 / THROWN OUT
Side stand with switch $20 / THROWN OUT
ABS brake system with pulser rings and wheel speed sensors $100 / THROWN OUT
Engine infill cover (black plastic piece above the sprocket cover on the clutch side) $20 / THROWN OUT
Sprocket cover $20 / THROWN OUT
Both radiator infill panels and lower "V" $20 / THROWN OUT
Left carbon fiber cockpit infill panel $40 / THROWN OUT
Steering damper filled with 75w-140 (much more stiff but still a leaky POS) $20 / THROWN OUT
Rear brake rotor $20 / THROWN OUT
Right foot heel guard $10 / THROWN OUT
Radiator fan shroud $15 / THROWN OUT
OE rear suspension linkage $15 / THROWN OUT
OE valve springs $30 / THROWN OUT
Rear brake light sensor $10 / THROWN OUT

Armor Bodies Superbike tail seat pad, self adhering, never used $30 / THROWN OUT

Armor Bodies front fender, new still wrapped in its original foam packing wrap (should fit all years, comes with spacers and reflectors if you want them) $40 / THROWN OUT



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This was all removed from a 2014 Daytona 675R with only 900 street miles.

***These parts are for sale as I listed them only. (I'm not going to pull a foot peg off or remove a light bulb. You have to buy the parts as I listed them.)
***If you want me to ship one of these rinky-dink parts to the other side of the globe you will really have to make it worth my while.

Prices are "shipped" ONLY to the lower 48.
Parts are located in Blaine MN

Right mirror (brake hand) $40
Head light assembly $175
Turn signals $30 / SOLD
Full OEM Exhaust system w/Exup, O2 sensor and body trim panels $250
Rear fender w/turn signals SOLD
Right rear foot rest (brake side) $40 / each
Passenger seat $50
Evap loss canister and hoses $15
OEM plastic oil filer cap w/O-ring $10
Accessory Triumph paddock stand bobbins (black) SOLD
Tail light $50
More on the way...

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I see. You sold me your old bike because you are decking out a new gen model. Nice -- I'm jealous. I planned on that last year but resigned that I'm better off with two solid early model bikes with an ish ton of parts (thanks again! The spare engine is off to shop for a rebuild tomorrow.) than a single 13+ with no parts.
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Thanks! I hope you're happy with the bike.
I wasn't planning on picking up a new bike because, like you I don't need one.
I'm a pretty religious Craigslist watcher and I kept seeing this near new '14 675R with under 1000 miles that kept popping up. For fun I kept sending him low ball offers until he bit!
I got a steal!

It was a bit awkward paying him at the bank and then watching him fork out a ton more cash to pay off the loan...

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