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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Re: Service Manual
« Last post by zhangela on Yesterday at 09:37:22 PM »
Not quite the full service manual, but if anyone's looking for torque wrench settings, I copied all of them from www.tritun.net here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/11Y9UTXnTiFzqc-HoJFbSGm_kQnpdYDAVI3LedXsFj0E/edit#
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New Member Introductions / Re: New Member Chicago-area
« Last post by DAYT765 on Yesterday at 08:02:09 PM »
i still instantly up shift or back off at 9-10K. Im not worthy of 12K yet  :020: lol. At least not here, in Chicago. Need to find some better pavement for the 12K pulls.
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Good Eh! 

I made time to make 10 more pipes.
I should have them ready to send out on Thursday or Friday this week.
PM me.
When you do please add your name and address so I can match it to your
forum name ans email.
Itís makes it a lot easier for me to track and match emails to the forum name when shipping out. 

Cheers. !! 
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Woodcraft rearsets
« Last post by aardvark9 on Yesterday at 01:23:33 AM »
On the WC - I'm highly confident they have a model that retains the side stand and allows for the QS and race/GP shift.  However, I don't know if they retain the rear brake light switch and the other part is that the QS module (which is sourced by Triumph from TransLogic) is different on the 765 from the 675 in that the 675, both ends of the QS sensor were on threaded studs.  On the 765, one end of the QS sensor has the ball cup molded into the assembly.

The nice part (in the US) about the WC & Attack Performance (and others I believe) is that they are domestically manufactured and sourced so spares are easy to come by.  The bad part is that since there are relatively few potential customers for the rearsets for our D765, they may not do much research into exactly what will and won't fit with our specific bikes.  This comes back to the QS sensor specifically.  I have spare parts from different rearsets and shift linkages already so I was able to make something work.  I also changed out my OEM QS sensor to one sourced directly from TransLogic that does have the separate ball cup so that I could have more flexibility.  One other thing to note is that to work with race/GP shift with my setup, I had to reverse the red and blue wires in the plug for the QS sensor.  None of this was really problematic as far as I was concerned and made for a mildly interesting project.  As to race/GP shift, I could take it or leave it; there are only a handful of corners where it benefits me and I do miss just tapping down to click off downshifts after a long straight.

It does sound like Sato has one of the more complete setups since they've accounted for our specific bikes and being that it accommodates the stock rear brake light switch, it sounds like a street-oriented setup.

You might also want to check with UKRaceSupport (https://www.ukracesupport.com) for options as well.  They do a lot of Triumph stuff and I've sourced some of my other parts from them.



My finished setup includes Attack Rearsets for the 2013-17 D675/R without their shift linkage (no rear brake light switch or provision for it) with the aforementioned TransLogic QS sensor (red/blue reversed) and a combination of evoltech and Woodcraft CFM shift linkage parts.  If I decide to race it, I will need to remove the sidestand so I'll have to reconfigure the mounting point for my shift lever but for the time being it works great.



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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Woodcraft rearsets
« Last post by Mototona on September 20, 2021, 08:44:56 PM »
That note applies to the standard set.  The rearsets made for a reverse setup are a different part number  - confirm with Moto D, but I dont think the rearsets made to be used in a reverse setup will require removing the sidestand.   They should work perfectly.  As for Satos - their setup allows the same part to be connected for standard or reverse - no modifications.  Nothing (ABS, QS, Brake Light) nothing is negatively affected.  They work flawlessly.  May just have to wait until they come back in stock.
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Woodcraft rearsets
« Last post by solaris on September 20, 2021, 08:21:38 PM »
*Originally Posted by Mototona [+]
Where did you see the note about removing the side stand on the Bonamicis?   It's probably right in front of me, but I'm not seeing it.

Talked to Woodcraft and they can't confirm if any 675R sets fit the 765. And here on the website I didn't find any conclusive answer. Maybe I'll create a thread to ask a question just to make sure. They have sets in stock, I'm looking for reverse shift and preserve QA, light switch, ABS and all stock options.
https://woodcraft-cfm.com/collections/rearset-kits/products/rearset-gp-shift-w-qs-05-0507b
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Woodcraft rearsets
« Last post by solaris on September 20, 2021, 07:20:38 PM »
*Originally Posted by Mototona [+]
Where did you see the note about removing the side stand on the Bonamicis?   It's probably right in front of me, but I'm not seeing it.

There's a note about it on the standard set at MotoD website
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Woodcraft rearsets
« Last post by Mototona on September 20, 2021, 07:08:09 PM »
Where did you see the note about removing the side stand on the Bonamicis?   It's probably right in front of me, but I'm not seeing it.
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: Woodcraft rearsets
« Last post by solaris on September 20, 2021, 06:45:20 PM »
*Originally Posted by Mototona [+]
I would call Sato directly and see what the wait time is.  The only other option I know about is Bonamici from Moto D Racing.  Both companies are good to work with and the rearsets from either company are very nice.  I'd probably just get which ever is available first.  Both high quality and work very well.

Since none of these have them in stock, I'm thinking to got with Woodcraft, American made and available much quicker. But they don't have the 765 listed. Do they have one that doesn't require mods, or kickstand to come off and be reverse shift?
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