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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-15-2017, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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Just picked up a 2012 Triumph Daytona 675R

My second Daytona. Always wanted an R. Prefer the older body style to the newer ones.
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Very nice!! I sold my 2005 955i to move to the Evora. I miss it! She was tuned to 160 hp and great to ride. Have tons of fun!!!!
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Very nice! I had a 2006 Daytona 675. I miss that sweet little engine, a real jewel. My wrists kept telling me to stop riding a sportbike.

I have a 2005 Speed Triple now. While it is a great bike I still miss the 675.
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Very nice!! I sold my 2005 955i to move to the Evora. I miss it! She was tuned to 160 hp and great to ride. Have tons of fun!!!!
That 955i was a BEAST! Love the union jack detailing on the front.
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Very nice! I had a 2006 Daytona 675. I miss that sweet little engine, a real jewel. My wrists kept telling me to stop riding a sportbike.

I have a 2005 Speed Triple now. While it is a great bike I still miss the 675.
My first Daytona was a 2006 as well. Great bike. I had forgotten what an incredible engine these things have...and how much fun they are to ride. Haven't ridden a Speed Triple, but I've heard those things are no joke!
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Great choice! I've had my '08 since new and still love it. Last year I said enough of the hot seat in traffic and converted the exhaust to a low exit, open style and went with a naked/short tail. Without TuneECU's ability to modify mapping, I'd have never touched the exhaust. It dyno'd at 113 whp which is +6 above stock, so I'm happy.
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Very nice! I can honestly say that after looking at over a hundred Daytonas, that is the only one I've seen set up like that.

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