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Hi,

Ive made a post under street triples a few days ago but its not been approved?

Heres some pics of my bike and a few changes Ive made. It was perfect to I messed with it and now has awful light and no wind protection! :) But I love it. Need to upgrade brakes though. Can admin please approve my post under street triple section?

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I like the look of it. Upgrade the forks with the brakes.
 

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That’s what my other thread I’m waiting to be approved is about. Forks options.

I’ve managed to find thst all years 675 street triple and street triple R forks are same diameter outers sleeves. Until 765

I do want to have gold outer sleeves. So Daytona forks might be a good option. But I need to check on here that they fit. Are all Daytona forks the same outer sleeve diameter as well?

Ideally I’d like the mono block calipers. I’m unsure if they can be fitted to all years of Daytona forks?
 

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As for rear damper, R rear damper of one comes up or the R1 from 2009 or 2010 look a good option. I’ve got that a 0.5mm need shaving off. But it’s a little bit longer and feel that gonna mess with the geo?
 

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Oh and with fork change, change will be forks, brake calipers and brake lines. What about brake discs? All different sizes? Non R vs R street, different year Daytona?
 

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Okay, sort of finding what I need to know. Looks like a lot of cross over from street non R and R and Dayton forks.

A good thread here where someone has stripped and rebuilt. (non-R) 2008 Daytona forks swap into (non-R) 2012 Street Triple outers.


I assuming externally forks for 2013+ are the same?

Brake discs look to be sold for daytona, street R and non R as either pre 2013 and post 2013.


Looks like I need Daytona forks post 2013, so I can reuse my brake discs and fit the monoblock calipers? If I buy earlier dayton forks I'll need new brake discs and wont be able to fit monoblock calipers? (but they will fit)
 

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Does your bike have abs? It looks as though any Daytona 675 (non-R) forks will work on your bike. If you have abs, then only the 13+ forks will work as they have the cutout in the casting needed to mount the abs sensor. Your forks don't look like they have that though.

From my understanding, the 13+ rotors were different because the 13+ wheels/forks were different to house the abs ring and sensor.
 

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No, my bikes a non ABS.

What are the history of the Daytona forks? Is wikipedia correct?

06 to 08 adjustable pre-load, rebound and compression damping
09 to 11 adjustable preload, rebound and high/low speed compression damping
13+ Kayaba 41 mm upside down forks with adjustable preload, rebound and high/low speed compression damping

The 2013+ look to have a different casting to allow for ABS, but is it otherwise the same?

The Nissin 4 piston radial monobloc calipers fit 09 to 11 and 13+, do they fit earlier forks? Would be useful to know that for my friends early Daytona track bike, he would like to put monoblocks on that.

Its complicated as wiki says the 2013+ Dayton and Street has 310mm discs, not 308mm. I should of looked at wikipedia before. Its clear that they all fit, but Im confussed around brakes between 09 to 11 and 2013, the Monoblocks appear to have been paired up with both sizes of discs?

Looking on World of Triumph, 09 to 11 and 2013 have a T2021234 Brake Caliper Dowel , an insert. The 2mm difference must be small enough that it doesnt mater but they do have these dowel things.



uuuumm can I get away with a 09 to 11 Daytona forks, with Monoblocks and standard 2013 street triple brake dics......
 

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As for rear damper, R rear damper of one comes up or the R1 from 2009 or 2010 look a good option. I’ve got that a 0.5mm need shaving off. But it’s a little bit longer and feel that gonna mess with the geo?
I put a “R” rear shock on my 2013 non R bike. It is a little longer but will bolt right up. It did change the geometry a little and I found on more extreme lean angles my rear tire would slip just a little. I reduced the spring pre load to settle the rear end down a little bit in general and mostly in corners. The rear tire hasn’t slipped since. It did put me out of my SAG numbers a little bit but it doesn’t bottom and I’m pretty happy with it as it is now.
 

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No, my bikes a non ABS.

What are the history of the Daytona forks? Is wikipedia correct?

06 to 08 adjustable pre-load, rebound and compression damping
09 to 11 adjustable preload, rebound and high/low speed compression damping
13+ Kayaba 41 mm upside down forks with adjustable preload, rebound and high/low speed compression damping

The 2013+ look to have a different casting to allow for ABS, but is it otherwise the same?

The Nissin 4 piston radial monobloc calipers fit 09 to 11 and 13+, do they fit earlier forks? Would be useful to know that for my friends early Daytona track bike, he would like to put monoblocks on that.

Its complicated as wiki says the 2013+ Dayton and Street has 310mm discs, not 308mm. I should of looked at wikipedia before. Its clear that they all fit, but Im confussed around brakes between 09 to 11 and 2013, the Monoblocks appear to have been paired up with both sizes of discs?

Looking on World of Triumph, 09 to 11 and 2013 have a T2021234 Brake Caliper Dowel , an insert. The 2mm difference must be small enough that it doesnt mater but they do have these dowel things.



uuuumm can I get away with a 09 to 11 Daytona forks, with Monoblocks and standard 2013 street triple brake dics......
Almost positive 09-12 are the same as 13+ except for the relief cut out for the abs sensor.
In short, yes, 09-12 forks and calipers will bolt up. And yes, 09-12 calipers will bolt up to 06-08 bikes.
 

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Thanks Renbuy, appreciate the help.

Someone is breaking a 2013+ Street R and just listed a load of parts on uk eBay.

So Ive picked up a very good condition rear Street Triple R shock for £120. They have some great looking forks.....but Im an idiot and want gold outer sleeves! hahaa Very tempted by them and then rebuild with my outers......I dont know. Probably work out an expensive route.
 
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