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  1. Maintenance and repair
    I've had my 2013 675R for about a year and my chain NEEDS to go. It's shot. My sprockets look good, and the bike is fantastic. I've looked all over and I can't find the specs on the chain: Chain length: some say 116, others 117 or even 114. Anyone know? I HATE using the rivet tool and would...
  2. General 675 discussion
    I just got new Sprockets and Chain, I went with Driven 520 14/47 on the sprockets and RK GB520GXW. Any thoughts/experience with this setup?
  3. Routine Maintenance Questions
    I am replacing the chain on my 2009 Daytona 675r. I have been researching what size and pitch I need and I could only find specs for 2011+ bikes, I don't know if they are the same as 2009 or what. What I could find was the 2011+ bikes take 525 on a 116 link chain, does anyone know if this is...
  4. Performance Mods
    Ok sorry for the new post but its killing me here.... I need to know the following: If you have done a 520 conversion -- A) What company and teeth is your Front and Rear sproket ? (driven 15 vortex 55) B) What chain AND links you ended up useing (MV / 134) C) Ride~en style (like...
  5. Riders Discount
    Vortex CAT5 Sprockets are lighter than your Triumph's OEM sprockets. In fact, the 50 tooth sprocket from Vortex is a more than a full pound lighter than the 675's stock 47 tooth sprocket. Less rotating mass means improved throttle response and faster acceleration. Made from 7075 T6 aluminum...
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