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· BOTM Marshall
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:cool2:How to: great bike pics

Entry thread will be open until February 21st!

BOTM open to both Daytonas and Street Triples


1. You must have at least 50 posts to enter

2. The bike must be your own

3. List of modifications to the bike.

4. 6-8 pictures of the bike. Only one picture will be used in the voting thread.
----If you have a preferred pic that you would like me to put in the voting
thread, let me know in the post.

5. Enter until you win....

6. previous winners cannot enter the same bike

7. Good luck to all entrants

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I thought I'd give this a try.
2013 Street Triple
Does a Flyscreen and Bellypan count?
Triumph Short levers, Triumph fork sliders, GB Racing engine covers, Triumph tank pad and Techspec tank grips, Evotech rear axle slider and spools/ sliders, Rizoma frame sliders, MWR High Efficiency air filte, Remus Hypercone exhaust, rear pilion pegs removed, rear seat cowl, clear tail light and blue rim tape and blue bar ends to go with my bar end mirrors.
There's also a Cordona quickshifter and Rapid Bike Evo fuel module on the way for tuning and extra fun. I also want to have the exhaust manifold ceramic coated, but that's at later date.


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Well, I never fancied myself a BOTM competitor but this month is looking pretty sparse so I'll throw my hat in.

It's a 2010 Street Triple, Tornado Red, ~13,000 miles. I named her Scarlett :coolgleamA:


Ohlins TR805 rear shock
'08 Daytona front forks w/ Traxxion AK20 cartridges
'08 Daytona brakes, lines, master cylinder, and reservoir
'08 Daytona cams installed at 12k service, w/ custom tune
Comp Werkes GP1 lowboy exhaust
Triumph/Translogic Quickshifter
Shorai LiFePo battery
BMC street filter
LSL 'Sport Tourer' handlebar
Rizoma Dynamic mirrors
Speed Triple 1050 throttle tube
Pazzo shorty levers
Comp Werkes fender eliminator kit
GB Racing protection kit
Motovation frame, fork, and swingarm sliders
TechSpec Snakeskin tank pads
Triumph flyscreen with tails cut to accommodate lower handlebars
Daytona rear hugger
passenger pegs removed

I've tried to rigidly adhere to a 'less is more' philosophy with this bike. I've always loved naked bikes and I wanted to keep this one as light and minimalist as possible while maximizing performance. I ended up adding a flyscreen after going without on track a couple of times, but otherwise I've tried only to remove unnecessary weight or replace heavy parts with lighter components. No seat cowl or bellypan, that stuff is just more weight without function. I came to the Street Triple from a line of sportbikes (last one was a Daytona) so I wanted a more aggressive stance, somewhere in between a supersport and a standard. I'm pretty happy with the ergos now, it a great compromise for splitting time between the street and the track.

Here she is, apologies for the crappy picture quality:

B*tches love my backseat

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2012 Daytona 675R- Track Spitfire

all the "R" goodies
Hotbodies race fairings- Spitfire paint job
Zero Gravity DB windscreen
Techspec tank pads
rims powder coated red
gold steering stem nut
Renthal dual compund grips
CF tank protectors
GB case covers
T-Rex rear spools
adjustable clip-ons
adjustable shorty levers
Motion Pro throttle tube
Sato knock off rearsets- GP shift
Shindy steering dampener
Brembo T-Drive rotors
CL60 race pads
Motul RBF600 race brake fluid
Dunlop GP-A's
Scorpion CF slip-on
DNA race filter
custom MAP
Driver SIA block off installed- SAI removed and disabled
Manual idle adjuster installed- ISC removed and disabled
air flapper removed and disabled
exup valve disabled
EVAP system removed

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