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Motoholders Fairing Stay Brackets and Subframes are a great way to save weight on your Triumph Daytona 675. Both save a lot of weight over the OEM pieces and look great.

Motoholders Fairing Stay Brackets - Motoholders Fairing Stay Brackets for the Triumph Daytona 675 are a lightweight and better crashing alternative to the OEM piece. Made in two versions, street and track, these are great for any application. The Motoholders fairing stay is made with an all-aluminum design that is precision bent and hand welded. Because of this, it will also crash better than your Triumph's OEM cast piece since it is more likely to bend than crack or shatter. You bike's OEM gauge cluster fits right in, and if you opt for the street version, the OEM mirrors and lights will bolt right on as well.

Motoholders Subframe - Motoholders Subframes are works of art. They save a substantial amount of weight and look great. They are also designed to be easily repaired in the event of a crash, with an all aluminum tube construction that can be fixed by a skilled welder. On top of those benefits, the Motoholders subframe is also less costly than the OEM piece. If you're doing track days, racing, or rebuilding a bike, these are a great investment for the sake of your wallet.

Note: Motoholders Subframes require a race tail section. The OEM tail is not compatible without significant modification.

Get yours by contacting TJ through this forum or by calling 866.931.6644 ext. 817. Is email more convenient? Feel free to send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM and we'll get back to you right away!

Motoholders Fairing Stays. The track version is on the left and the street version is on the right.





Motoholders Aluminum Subframe shown for the 2013 Triumph Daytona 675.



The welds are top-knotch.

 

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Agreed, can't wait to see a shot of these installed on the RD bikes!
 

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The Motoholders fairing brackets are definitely the way to go. WE cracked/broke one of the OEM units in each crash we had. No matter how slow of a get off the fairing stay would break.
 

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Nice looking kit, and good to see they've released something for the new model.

Not that I am in the market to buy in the short term, but when you have a spare minute, price me up for a 'Street' Fairing Stay for the '13, posted to Australia please...

Are they hard to fit (street version), and approx. how much weight saving do they offer over the stock fairing stay?
 

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I don't remember the upper stay having a box on it. Does that fit around the snorkel?


Price to 80133 please. It will be on a '12
 

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Are they hard to fit (street version), and approx. how much weight saving do they offer over the stock fairing stay?
These are lighter than stock but it's not substantial. The benefit of the Motoholders unit is that it is tube and plate aluminum instead of cast like the OEM unit. The cast OEM unit will crack or break in an get off. These are much less likely to do so.
 

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I don't remember the upper stay having a box on it. Does that fit around the snorkel?

Price to 80133 please. It will be on a '12
The units in the 1st post are for the 2013. Here is a look at the 2006-2012 street (foreground) and race (aft) stays.

 

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TJ

Can you price the race version for me?

shipped to 01867

thanks

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After having two OEM fairing stay brackets crack on me I think I should give these a go.

Price for the street version for a 2008 Daytona shipped to Perth, Australia (6056)? Cheers TJ
 
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