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This started because I could not find a reasonably priced Daytona locally, but found a clean title, 2 owner 2011 street triple with 15k miles for $2900. Enter the conversion:
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still waiting for the windscreen to be delivered. This will eventually be a track bike once I source Daytona forks.

parts list:
2009 Daytona subframe, battery tray and smaller battery
2008 Daytona exhaust header back (all exup cables/servo removed)
2009-2012 Daytona headlight
2009-2012 Daytona intake and race fairing stay
OEM 2009 Daytona clip ons
2012 Daytona shock
2009-2012 Daytona ABS fairings
2009 Daytona seat
2006-2012 seat cowl (fitment is horrible)
2000-2012 upper fairing brackets and coolant reservoir relocation (no lower mid brackets yet)
eBay Daytona tail tidy and mirror blockoffs
Tiny front led signals, integrated rear lamp
2009 ZX6R nissin radial master cylinder
2006-2012 Daytona rearsets

next up will be Daytona forks and brakes...possibly triple and steering damper if I can source for a good price.
Best part is it’s all reversible and I am still well under the price that it would take to buy a 2011 Daytona with 15k miles!
 

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What you've got now is an under-powered Daytona that will get left behind at the track and leave you wanting more power.
 

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In my track day group (novice) speed is the last concern lol. It’s still faster than normal 600’s. I would probably notice it more if I was an advanced group rider, but until rc390’s/R3’s stop passing me I think I’m good.

so as background I originally wanted a Daytona, but they are rare and expensive in my region and I got the street triple for a bargain. I have a comfortable bike to ride daily (2016 FZ07 with tune and exhaust).
 

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I have a set of Daytona forks, an extra oem Daytona steering damper and maybe a set of Daytona cams as well (have to check).
 

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I checked and I'm almost positive the cams I have here are ST3 cams.
 
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