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Offline 765rocks

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #10 on: May 11, 2020, 07:06:04 AM
Looks great, so is the Arrow attached to the stock D765 headers and footrest hangers?

Also must be a huge weight saving.

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #11 on: May 11, 2020, 07:11:59 AM
*Originally Posted by 765rocks [+]
Looks great, so is the Arrow attached to the stock D765 headers and footrest hangers?

Also must be a huge weight saving.

 :156:

Exactly, straight bolt-on affair, no adjustments or extra parts necessary, just re-use some of the existing fittings.  With the fairing off maybe 10 minutes.  I did the thing of letting it warm until the fan came on, then let it idle for 16 minutes, just in case.  Didn't notice any difference but I didn't with my Street Triple either.

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #12 on: May 11, 2020, 07:39:31 AM
After the family went to bed tonight, I swapped the tank out and took the fuel pump out and am letting it air dry, I'll hit it with compressed air tomorrow and then wrap it up.  The 2013 tank with the carbon tank sliders and grips and scratched paint went on, all without incident other than stinking up the garage for a bit.

Just to run things in on the road, I attached a temporary light on the front and front turn signals.  I still have the stock tail on, that will be the last to go and it's pretty to swap out.  Still waiting on the carbon swingarm protectors and a shift rod support but I can run at the track without those.  Going to talk to a friend who builds race cars this week to see if he can modify my MotoHolders fairing stay to support the instrument panel and help me fabricate a mount for my lap timer.  If I have time I'll see if I can work something out with the Attack Performance rear sets, but that's a lower priority.


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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #13 on: May 15, 2020, 01:47:24 AM
So my upcoming pair of track days/school are postponed until June due to untimely and unseasonable May rain in California.  I took the shift linkage off to get a better sense of what would be required to make the Attack Performance rear sets work since the sensor on the D765 has an integrated ball cup instead of it being removable.  I *think* that if I flip the linkage over I should be able to do it, assuming there's enough clearance for the sensor to fit in front of the frame rail that it goes through, then I just need to pull the extra wire length back up under the tank.  We'll see if I have time tonight after the family goes to bed, but it means the tank comes up again... 

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #14 on: May 20, 2020, 03:07:55 PM
Front Fork Protector Kit.
Just fitted a Triumph Daytona 675 / R (from 2013) Fork Protector Kit, part code A9640059 to my 765 Moto2

I figured that the Front Ohlins and Brembo Calipers are pretty expensive to replace so this will be cheap insurance.

Got the official Triumph kit from Speedy 675 who sell through Ebay, all brand new and boxed for just £29.50 including postage  :028:

They also direct you to the Triumph Accessory fitting guide at https://www.triumphinstructions.com/  and this confirms this part as suitable for the 765 Moto2

20 minute job with just a couple of Allen Keys and looks original with Triumph logo's  :152:
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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #15 on: May 20, 2020, 03:25:41 PM
*Originally Posted by Jay765 [+]
Front Fork Protector Kit.
Just fitted a Triumph Daytona 675 / R (from 2013) Fork Protector Kit, part code A9640059 to my 765 Moto2

I figured that the Front Ohlins and Brembo Calipers are pretty expensive to replace so this will be cheap insurance.

Got the official Triumph kit from Speedy 675 who sell through Ebay, all brand new and boxed for just £29.50 including postage  :028:


That's good value when you consider the Evotech ones are nearly £36  :028:
https://evotech-performance.com/collections/all/products/ep-front-spindle-bobbins-triumph-daytona-moto2-765-2020-onwards

It's also the plus side that a lot of 675 parts fit our 765's as when you come to sell if you want to remove said parts there will be a bigger market place for them. :169:

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #16 on: May 25, 2020, 07:02:16 PM
Just remembered a couple of other things....

It appears that brake pads are the same part from the M4 calipers on the D675R as the Stylema calipers on the D765 (as well as the M50 on the Street Triple RS) so I have extras!

As someone else mentioned, the tank, fuel pump, and fuel level sensor remain unchanged so I put my track tank on which already had the R&G tank sliders and StompGrip tank grips.  FWIW, the last 2 generations of Street Triple tanks are fully compatible and same shape as the 3rd generation and up Daytonas.

Oil filter is the same as well.

I have a set of AMC Carbon swingarm protectors and frame protectors that I expect to see this week.  They're built for the 2013-2017 Daytona 675 but I'm reasonably confident they should fit right up.  Hopefully I get my D765 back from my fabricator guy this week.  He's building a custom mount for my AIM lap timer and he's going to try to modify the MotoHolders fairing stay to accommodate the 765 dash.

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #17 on: May 27, 2020, 07:29:33 AM
Just picked up my bike from my fabrication guy.  I asked him to build me a mount for the AIM solo and to see if he could modify the MotoHolders fairing stay to accommodate the D765 dash and to put it at an angle like the D675.  He was successful on both counts.  So I can say that the MotoHolders fairing stay works with modifications for the dash.  I need to tweak the cable routing still so that's not final.



Not sure why Triumph put the dash vertical originally, I like this much better.

I also received the AMC Carbon swingarm and frame protectors.  I only have enough clamps to do one piece at a time but so far so good, everything lines up nicely on both the frame and the swingarm.


Last Edit: May 27, 2020, 07:32:09 AM by aardvark9

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #18 on: May 27, 2020, 07:41:18 AM
Nice job  :028:
You have access to a good fabricator  :062:

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #19 on: May 27, 2020, 02:08:06 PM
Gee, you're going all out on that! Hardly an original bit left on it!! :016: