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post #1 of 5 Old 11-29-19, 00:01 Thread Starter
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I have been doing track days for a few years on a 07 600rr and was dead set on getting a 675R, so much so that I purchased the Attack triples, rearsets, bottom link, ceramic bearings, and track bodywork months before I even bought a bike. Well, I now have a 2014 Daytona 675R and am starting to put it together. My plan is to see if I can get a noticeable improvement over my other bike and get into my first few races. I am having trouble figuring out a good steering damper for this bike with these triple clamps. Scott’s makes them but says they have a 2-3 month lead on the Daytona frame mount. GPR says I can send them my offset bushing and they can machine something to fit. I have a #2 offset bushing in it now, what is everyone else running as far as the offset bushing in their Attack Triples and what damper are you using?
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couple options..
replace the stocker with an ohlins
buy a top mount kit that uses an ohlins damper
hyper pro and toby i think both do a damper for this bike..

Most of you people are not capable of being your GD self, to damn worried about being politically correct.
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I have Attack triples too and I'm using an Ohlins damper with this universal fork mount: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Works great and puts the damper out of the way. It won't fit with headlights, but that shouldn't be an issue for you.
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I have Attack triples too and I'm using an Ohlins damper with this universal fork mount
What offset are you using on your triple clamp and do you also use a bottom link? Seems like some folks say the standard is a 4 but the set I have has a 2. Thanks.
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What offset are you using on your triple clamp and do you also use a bottom link? Seems like some folks say the standard is a 4 but the set I have has a 2. Thanks.
I have a #2. I read about others trying out a 4 but it slowed turn-in too much.

Yes, I also have an Attack shock linkage.
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