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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Re: Service Manual
« Last post by Saul on Today at 07:31:47 am »
*Originally Posted by zhangela [+]
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#

Lovely thank you very much :028:
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Yup, standard fare for dyno tuning with any decent shop. 
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Ok thank you. Did you put her on the dyno to ensure it was not running lean?
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*Originally Posted by Saul [+]
I read the thread and BrenTune got some airplay but them died away. Am I correct in saying that a simple tuning option has not been discovered? I've come from a few RSV4's and there were great options with Guzzidiag or Gabro maps. I've also had a few of the earlier D675's and that was also pretty simple with Tune ECU. Where to from here?

TuneECU works perfectly. 2 Wheel Dynoworks in Washington did mine.
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: ECU remap for North American owners
« Last post by Saul on December 02, 2023, 11:04:51 pm »
 I read the thread and BrenTune got some airplay but them died away. Am I correct in saying that a simple tuning option has not been discovered? I've come from a few RSV4's and there were great options with Guzzidiag or Gabro maps. I've also had a few of the earlier D675's and that was also pretty simple with Tune ECU. Where to from here?
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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Pirelli Track Tire Question: 125/70 & 190/60 use
« Last post by aardvark9 on November 29, 2023, 04:15:21 pm »
Track tire question:  After using and becoming enamored with the Pirelli 125/70 front and 200/65 rear SC1 tires on my Tuono V4 for track use, I'm interested in trying out the 125/70 front and 190/60 rear on my D765 (track only).  I've been using SC1 & 2 in the traditional 120/70 & 180/60 sizes.  I'm wondering if anyone here has tried the 125/70 + 190/60 combination and how you found it (track use)?

On my Tuono V4, not only was grip outstanding, I got far more life out of the rear tire than I did with the more traditional 200/60 rear.  I suspect it has to do with a pointier V shape that likely resulted in a greater contact patch at lean and on exit (the latter part being where I traditionally see the most wear).  For relative comparison, I only got 1 full track day on the SC3 in a 200/60 on that bike but got more than 3 full days from the 200/65 tire.
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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Re: I canít stop thinking about my 765.......
« Last post by RastaRacing on November 28, 2023, 12:08:53 am »
Fantastic!!!

Thank you for supporting RastaRacing146 racing season 2023!

Cheers !!! 
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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Re: I canít stop thinking about my 765.......
« Last post by Daytona449 on November 27, 2023, 08:15:02 pm »
Got my link pipe very happy sounds loads better. fast posted, answer my questions fast when i had a brain fart on the mounting  very happy

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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Re: I canít stop thinking about my 765.......
« Last post by Manxkiwi on November 25, 2023, 06:12:24 am »
I am officially Jel!!!
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Daytona 765 Main Chat board / Re: Is it madness ?
« Last post by aardvark9 on November 22, 2023, 07:54:15 pm »
*Originally Posted by Daytona449 [+]
Been looking at used street triple moto2 would it be crazy to swap my hyper 950sp for one so i got the set a daytona m2 and street m2 or is it silly and just keep two very different bikes

I had a 2018 Street Triple RS and the Daytona 765 at the same time for ~3 years and the similarities were significant.  For me it was b/c the D765 was my dedicated track bike and having a street bike with very similar performance and feel was great for building familiarity and understanding of how the D765 would be on track.  It was useful but I since switched out the Street Triple for a Tuono V4 and the nice part of that is after riding the TV4, the Daytona feels slow and I've been far less reticent to make use of the throttle on track.

I think it depends on what your riding objectives are; I personally like more variety and being a capable rider on lots of different bikes makes things more interesting.  On the other hand, the fact that so many parts from the Street Triple and Daytona are interchangeable, that was pretty nice and highly familiar when it came time to maintenance (same brake pads, same oil & filters, air filter, etc.).  On cooler track days, I'd even borrow the STRS' road wheels & tires.
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