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So late last season was on the thruway accelerating from 4-5 and lost power and started hearing a horrible knock it sounded like metal slapping against metal lol. I Immediately hit the kill switch and pulled over and trailered the bike home. I just now got around to working on it and pulled the motor today. If anyone has a motor for sale please let me know or if you know where to find one. Heres all the metal in oil after Draining it.

Bike is a 07 Daytona
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It'd help to know whether you have a Daytona or Street Triple and what year.
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It'd help to know whether you have a Daytona or Street Triple and what year.
Sorry left that part out. It’s a 2007 Daytona
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Sorry left that part out. Itís a 2007 Daytona
Cool, you can go shopping for a 2006-2012 motor.
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Sorry left that part out. It’s a 2007 Daytona
Cool, you can go shopping for a 2006-2012 motor.
Where would you suggest eBay? That’s about the only place I know of. So every year up to 12 is direct fit? Sorry for bringing up an old topic but I read somewhere that 2013 will fit w minor modifications and swapping out a few parts is that true? I searched and haven’t found anything solid Of someone doing it
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eBay is good. This site is good, but engines are rare. Triumph Daytona 675 Club on Facebook has engines occasionally.

Yes, 2006-2012 is a direct fit, except with 09-12 you'll also need corresponding headers (they're oval-shaped instead of round like yours). You can use your old harness and ECU too, but again, if you get an 09-12 harness with ECU, you'll have plug-and-play quick shifter capability.

Don't bother with a 13+ motor.
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Where are you located?

The sooner you introduce motorcycles into your children's lives, the less likely they'll have money for drugs, alcohol and cigarettes as teenagers.
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. Buffalo NY
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Chances are he needs a top end but OP, you should take apart your motor and find out what exactly happened. It'll help prevent it happening again in the future too.

Did it have the original cam chain & tensioner? Were you using the proper amount of oil? Should've been around 3.6L, not 2.6L like the manual says.
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It’s getting torn apart this weekend. And yeah had the right amount of oil. It had a dyno tune after getting a full exhaust and valve clearance done probably like 5-7k miles ago I’m pretty sure it had something to do with that 🙄
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