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post #1 of 246 Old 07-06-14, 22:05 Thread Starter
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easbaysav's '14 D675R

This being my first Triumph and loving it thus far, thought I'd get a build thread going to track my progress and to get some feedback from the 675 community.

I've been wanting to get a D675 for some time; mostly as a track bike, but all the D675s I seen were over priced. After having my R6 track whore for a couple years, I decided to step down from the liter bike scene. What better compromise to coming down from a liter than to have a triple with some extra cc's. Enter the '14 D675R, completely revamped in 2013 and received nothing but great reviews. The new look had to grow on me, but that didn't take long. Soon after I decided to bite the bullet, made the purchase, and sold my '09 R1.

Here's what I've done so far:
  • Ohlins 9.0 N/mm front springs
  • Ohlins .90 N/mm rear spring
  • Harris Performance steering damper mount kit w/Ohlins 68mm damper
  • Attack Performance rearsets
  • PVM 6 spoke alloy wheels
  • Brembo 19RCS master cylinder
  • Brembo HP front rotors
  • Vesrah RJL front brake pads
  • SharkSkinz race glass
  • Dunlop Q3s
  • Bridgeport 90* valve stems
  • Zero Gravity Corsa windscreen
  • GB Racing case savers
  • Austin Racing GP2/R slip-on exhaust w/LH lower fairing
  • MJS headers w/AutoTune o2 bung
  • Samco radiator hoses/clamps
  • DynoJet PCV
  • DynoJet AutoTune (removed after final tune)
  • Driven SAI block off plates
  • MotionPro Throttle Revolver
  • SKUTR ServoBuddy
  • MWR race air filter
  • EK 3D 520 gold chain
  • Renthal 520 sprockets (stock gearing)
  • Renthal clip-ons
  • Renthal Dual Compound grips
  • LighTech 1/4 turn gas cap
  • LighTech chain adjusters
  • Sato Racing tie down hooks
  • Sato Racing shift spindle holder
  • Carbon fiber tank sliders (R&G Racing - Street tank/NJ Customs - Track tank)
  • Carbon fiber subframe inlays (CarbonFBR)
  • Carbon fiber swingarm protectors (UK Race Support)
  • Carbon fiber tank pad (Infinite Performance - Street tank/GeelongCarbonCraft - Track tank)
  • Stomp Grip tank grips
  • Ladybird brake reservoir bracket
  • Tygon tubing for front reservoir
  • Motul RBF600
  • ProBolt Ti magnetic oil sump bolt
  • ProBolt Ti front and rear rotor bolts
  • ProBolt Ti rear sprocket bolts
  • ProBolt 188mm alloy shift rod
  • Amsoil oil/filter
  • Triumph billet oil cap
  • Triumph billet oil dip stick
  • Triumph billet gear acutator
  • Triumph frame sliders
  • Triumph solo cowl
  • Triumph swingarm spools
  • Triumph fork sliders
  • Triumph shark fin
  • Cox radiator guard
  • Competition Werkes fender eliminator
  • Rizoma Track 77 turn signals (rear)
  • Rizoma Action turn signals (front)
  • Engine Ice


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From another thread there was some assumption that the '13 D675 throttle tube had the same diameter as the 1050 throttle tube. I recently installed a 1050 throttle tube and can confirm that they are not the same.

In the pic below, is the comparison between a '13 D675 (top), 1050 Speed Triple (right), and a '09 R6 (left) OEM throttle tubes.
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I do not think it can look any prettier than this 675R brilliant and tasty mod job great pictures as well thanks for sharing
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Beautful bike with tasteful bits. The wheels are what have me drooling!

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How do you like running no chain guard on your chain? Do you get a lot of lube thrown onto your tail?

Also, holy tank pad! Haha

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Bike is pretty sick! Love that exhaust and torn between this and a few other options.

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How do you like running no chain guard on your chain? Do you get a lot of lube thrown onto your tail?

Also, holy tank pad! Haha

I like the aesthetics without the chain guard. There was some lube (nothing bad) the first few rides that would fling on my tail, but that eventually stopped. I'm also one for WD-40 though, and that's all I use. When the time comes for me to swap my drive train out, I'm prepared to clean the lube that's going to fling from the new chain.

Lol. You haven't seen the other tank pad I have. I attached a pic; it's made by Geelong Carbon Craft and my plan was to swap out down the road when my TechSpecs wear out. It's a better quality piece than the one I currently have installed, but it will interfere with my tank grips.



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Bike is pretty sick! Love that exhaust and torn between this and a few other options.
Thanks. My only gripe with the AR GP2/R exhaust is that purple spot before the canister. I may go Akra or Hindle down the road, but the Akra is $$$ and I really don't need a full system.
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