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post #1 of 14 Old 05-04-15, 01:18 Thread Starter
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Post pics of your Daytona customization's

Just got some pics taken,

Taylor made exhaust, double bubble wind screen, HiD Lights, Triumph signals, Tail tidy, Saddleman Gel seat, Pazzo levers, Carbon Fiber (CF)Tire guards, CF intake panels, CF Heel guards, Triumph Frame sliders, Triumph wheel bobbins, Kryptonite GPS locator, Triumph Quick Shifter, PDM 60 power management

more to come, let me know what you think!
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post #2 of 14 Old 05-06-15, 10:59
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Sweet! Love the new Daytona
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Just got some pics taken,

Taylor made exhaust, double bubble wind screen, HiD Lights, Triumph signals, Tail tidy, Saddleman Gel seat, Pazzo levers, Carbon Fiber (CF)Tire guards, CF intake panels, CF Heel guards, Triumph Frame sliders, Triumph wheel bobbins, Kryptonite GPS locator, Triumph Quick Shifter, PDM 60 power management

more to come, let me know what you think!
Beautiful bike! Looks like mine.

What do you think of the saddlemen seat? Trying to figure out if I want to invest in one.
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Very sick bike Sjgagent !! Great job !
Mine with few mods :


Triumph Daytona 675 Special Edition 2011

Stock equipments:
- Pearl White Color
- Sparkle Blue frame
- Graphics on fairings
- Rims with white painted stripes
- Special Edition Racing Levers (Anodized and Triumph engraved)
- Triumph Cockpit Panel Carbon
- Triumph Carbon Fiber Rear Fender (with Anthracite Triumph Logo)
- Triumph Carbon Fiber Exhaust Heat Guard
- Triumph Exhaust End Cap (replacer by Arrow Exhaust)

Modifications :
- Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V2
- LED sidelights
- Triumph Clear LED Tail Light
- Triumph LED Indicators

- Gold Anodized Top Yoke Nut Triumph
- Triumph Anodized Front Brake Fluid Reservoir
- Triumph Anodized Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir
- Triumph Paddock Stand Bobbin Kit, Black
- Triumph Billet Oil Filler Cap, Black
- Triumph Billet Oil Filler Dipstick, Black
- Triumph Billet Gear Actuator, Black
- Triumph Billet Chain Adjuster, Black
- Triumph Nut Shutters Frame
- Triumph Alcantara Rider Seat
- Pearl White Pillion Seat Cowl
- Triumph Pillion Peg Block Off Plates
- Tail Tidy Evotech Performance

- Triumph Carbon Fiber Tank Guard
- Triumph Carbon Fiber Heel Guards
- Triumph Carbon Fiber Upper Chain Guard
- Triumph Carbon Fiber Lower Chain Guard
- Triumph Crank Cover Carbon (from Triumph Race Kit)
- Carbon Air Intake Carbon4U (with Varnished Antracite Triumph Logo)
- Inner Fairing Infill Panels The Carbon King
- V panel fairing The Carbon King
- Sprocket Cover The Carbon King

- Arrow Slip-on Exhaust (without dB killer) + Arrow Map
- BMC Race Filter

675R Equipment:
- Alternator Cover with Triumph Logo
- Clutch Cover with Triumph Logo
- Pilot Footrests Black
- Triumph Race Quickshifter
- Öhlins TTX36 Rear Shock

Coming Up :
- Full Titanium Arrow Stage 3 Exhaust
- Ölhins Fork
- Brembo M4 calipers
- Brembo MC





























More photos on my topic.


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2006 Daytona 675

Full Remus Titanium Exhaust
MWR Race Filter
Race Kit ECU and Harness
Markbilt Dyno Tune
APE Manual CCT
Billet heat exchanger
Renthal 520 Chain kit with DID ERV3 Chain
SAI, EVAP, 02, Intake Flapper deleted
Optimal Racing Bodywork
Paint by DC Paintworxs
Motul 300v/RBF600 Brake fluid
Maxima Cool-aide Coolant replacement
GB Racing Case Covers
Woodcraft Front Axel Sliders and rear spools
Custom Coolant Overflow Setup
Vesrah RJL Pads and Power Pure 3 tires
CNC Shorty Levers

On the way and soon:
Ohlins 30mm Kit, TTX GP Shock
Lightweight Battery
Attack Rearsets
SBK style brake reservoir
Radiator Protector
Samco hose set
Techspec grips
Galfer Wave rear rotor
Brembo MC
Brembo Rotors
Speed Bleeders and drain valve Stalhbus

These will be acquired throughout the season, I have booked a few track days already and I have the main modifications I wanted to do done. As I progress the Ohlins and brembo brakes will arrive according to my new skills.

The bike is light, I removed every bracket,wire and bolt that wasn't being used or needed. This thing with the mods and tune pulls like a monster. The Torque is unreal.
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Beautiful bike! Looks like mine.

What do you think of the saddlemen seat? Trying to figure out if I want to invest in one.
I think it looks fantastic, with the carbon look finish, however its not the most comfortable thing in the world and tends to slide you towards the tank. I'm sure there are better seats, atleast more comfortable, but from the looks dept. I'm pretty sure its the winner.
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Very sick bike Sjgagent !! Great job !
Mine with few mods :


Triumph Daytona 675 Special Edition 2011
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This was the bike that made me fall in love with Daytona's. Amazing Job.
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This was the bike that made me fall in love with Daytona's. Amazing Job.
Thank's bro !

Last mods for me :
Triumph Billet Gear Actuator, Black




Triumph Billet Chain Adjuster, Black


Öhlins TTX36 Rear Shock






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Heres a better look at the seat itself
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Here's some more with the details. I cannot wait to get the Carbon fiber eyelids, i hate that one silver piece. I think I'm going to powder coat black the pegs and kick stand in the off season as well.
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