2012 Triumph Daytona 675R
Thanks for the input. I actually took care of it a little over a week ago. I did originally reuse the o-ring from the OEM tensioner, as the directions said to do. The 2006-08 D675s do not have a gasket for the CCT. This time around I replaced the o-ring with a new one, and my friend that helped me out the first time told me to put some silicone sealant on it to make a gasket, so that way I wouldn't need to mess with it again. So far, so good :thumbup:I had the same problem with the Ape CCT leaking. IIRC I left off an o-ring washer from the oem that needed to be installed on the Ape tensioner or I had put the one that came with it in the wrong spot. It was awhile ago but it was something weird and simple like that if you're certain the gasket is fine. Wish I could be more help but double check the install instructions.
Thanks! It's been 9 days and I'm feeling good! Looking to start physical therapy in the next couple days.Man, I'm sorry to hear that . But glad you're ok!
Getting a tank painted and color matched should be pretty cheap, so I'd pick one up in whatever color you can find.
Thanks for the kind wishes! Yeah, I'm probably going to buy a Corsa this time around. I had one, but crashed it last year when I did the number on my shoulder. Lucky for me, my Pista GP was actually given to me by a friend because the latch for the shield was broken. Another friend and I were able to get another latch and fix it, so, it was only like a $10 Pista GP :smile2: Still though, it would be hard to go back to another helmet on track. I still have my K4 Evo, but the difference in aerodynamics between the two is unbelievable. Definitely worth the money in my opinion.Nice update! Hope you recover fully and quickly. I'm hoping to get out to Chuck later this year. Tried going April 16 but that's already sold out.
And it does suck to crash a nice helmet. After I "crash tested" my Bell Carbon last year, I went for the lower end model. Maybe a hair heavier but still Snell approved and same fit.