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FS: 2012 Triumph Daytona 675R. Track ready, street parts include

Discussion in 'Motorcycles' started by damion, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. Track ready and all the upgrades you could ever want! This has been my track bike for two seasons, and has been a phenomenal ride. You’re not likely to find a bike that can corner better than this one! All OEM parts included, and can be switched back to street trim. It’s had one minor lowside on the track… the sliders took most of the hit, but pics show the details


    • STM slipper clutch
    • Upgraded Brembo RCS 19 master cylinder
    • Bazzaz quick shifter and traction control with A/B map switch
    • Akrapovic slip-on muffler (db killer included), with fully wrapped exhaust
    • LSL frame sliders
    • Hotbodies track plastics
    • Full extra set of wheels (w/ carrier and rotors. No tires mounted)
    • Arrow rearsets
    • Sato Racing tie downs
    • Safety wiring on all oil fittings
    • Factory gel seat
    • Billet mirror deletes
    • Zero Gravity double bubble windscreen
    • OEM fairings include Watsen flush mount turn signals
    • OEM tail includes Competition Werkes fender eliminator and integrated tail light

    Bin of parts includes:

    • OEM fairings and nose cowl
    • OEM carbon fiber fairing in-fills
    • OEM mirrors
    • OEM silencer
    • OEM clutch pack
    • STM bar ends
    • OEM seats
    • OEM plate and taillight mount
    • A couple of windscreens
    • etc...

    Bike is located in Portland, OR. I’m not able to deliver, but if you want to ship, I’ll do what I can to help from this end.

    ~5775 miles

    For more detailed pics:

    $7500 obo


    Ouchies from last year's lowside:
  2. TTT!

    For a full-price purchase, I'll convert the bike back to street trim (if the buyer wishes), and throw in front and rear Pit Bull track stands!

  3. Bump, now with more price drop!

    UPDATE: Crap... can't edit OP! New price is $6995. Waddya say? You know you want it!
  4. Bump for a good bike. I've seen it in action.
  5. Thanks, Mats! I'd love to see it go to a good home. Price is probably going up come Spring, so if one were looking for a good deal on a really fine track tool (or canyon carving, if you want to dress her back up), one could do a lot worse!