2014 Triumph Daytona 675R

Discussion in 'Bikes for Sale' started by mshlans, Jan 8, 2020.

  1. mshlans

    mshlans Well-Known Member

    Very well setup 675R race bike below - It was bought from a dealership and I have clean title in hand - this was NOT a salvage bike. The bike has been meticulously cared for and maintained. To date, I have not had a single issue with the bike, mechanical or otherwise. I love this bike and hate to sell her, but I no longer race and the bike is too nice to just sit, unused in my garage. The details are as follows:

    Year: 2014
    Model: Daytona 675R
    Factory Options: Forged wheels, ohlins front and back, brembo monoblocs, slipper clutch.

    Clean title in hand (not a salvage - this bike was brand new when converted to track bike)

    Engine / Performance:
    ◦ AIR block off’s
    ◦ Full Hindle Exhaust
    ◦ Servo Buddy
    ◦ Both GP shift and standard shift quick shifters (triumph)
    ◦ Apex/Triumph Gearchange Pivot Plate and Shift Star
    ◦ Lightweight battery (Batterytender)
    ◦ Moto-D magnetic oil drain bolt
    - Bazzaz Fuel Injection / Traction Control / Quickshifter module

    Brakes:
    ◦ SBS dual carbon pads
    ◦ Front/Rear independent steal beaded brake lines (direct from masters)
    ◦ Factory Brembo monoblocs
    ◦ Upgraded rear master cylinder

    Suspension & Chasis:
    ◦ Front: ohlins original fork tubes with ohlins upgrad (shims, valves and springs) -work performed by
    Thermousman
    ◦ Rear: ohlins TTX - also with ohlins upgrad by Thermousman
    ◦ Apex Suspension Rear Link Kit
    ◦ Arrow Triumph rearsets

    Drive:
    ◦ 520 chain / sprocket set (multiple different sizes - drive & rear)
    ◦ Factory forged wheels with triumph racing angled valve stems

    Protection:
    ◦ Trumph racing front axle sliders
    ◦ Woodcraft underbody frame sliders
    ◦ Woodcraft swingarm spool sliders
    ◦ Triumph racing case covers (left & right)
    ◦ Triumph tank pads
    ◦ COX radiator guard

    Controls / Other:
    ◦ Driven 1/4 turn fuel cap
    ◦ Lighttech folding clutch and brake levers
    ◦ Apex GP Clipons (designed for use by Jason DiSalva)
    ◦ Front brake reservoir relocation bracket

    Bodywork:
    ◦ Sharkskinz
    ◦ Dzus quick release fasteners
    - carbon fiber rear mudguard, carbon fiber front fender

    Asking $8,000. Located in Connecticut, but happy to coordinate with a shipper.
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  2. mshlans

    mshlans Well-Known Member

  3. cajun636

    cajun636 Honda Junkie.

    This is a good fast bike.
     
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  4. BROsiah

    BROsiah Well-Known Member

    Forged wheels? Are they not pictured?
     
  5. mshlans

    mshlans Well-Known Member

    Spare set, not pictured and were supposed to be offered separately. I'd fix the post, but the forum wont let me...
     
  6. mshlans

    mshlans Well-Known Member

  7. Is the bike still available?
     

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