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Offline AJL277

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #20 on: May 27, 2020, 02:17:58 PM
*Originally Posted by aardvark9 [+]


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


The only thing I can think of is when your in the tucked position with your chin on the tank  :084:

Did look to see if I could kick it out a little when I fitted the replacement screen. Looks doable although Ive got used to it now.

Bike is looking good Aardvark9  :028:

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #21 on: May 27, 2020, 04:14:17 PM
*Originally Posted by nigelrb [+]
Gee, you're going all out on that! Hardly an original bit left on it!! :016:

Hah, it seems that way at times.  Nearly all the underpinnings will remain stock just because I value reliability and serviceability over ultimate performance.  My modifications are mostly surface level and some to personal taste.  A few are in the interest of preserving the original and unique bits of this bike just because there might be a chance that some day it becomes collectible, at least in my own mind. 

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #22 on: May 27, 2020, 04:18:19 PM
*Originally Posted by AJL277 [+]
The only thing I can think of is when your in the tucked position with your chin on the tank  :084:

Did look to see if I could kick it out a little when I fitted the replacement screen. Looks doable although Ive got used to it now.

Bike is looking good Aardvark9  :028:

Thanks!  I was trying to get comfortable with the vertical dash during my break-in miles and really the biggest issue was being able to clearly see the tachometer and gear position indicator in direct light.  Even in a full tuck I still didn't have great visibility.  Of course having a STRS with the exact same dash which, in its most vertical position, is still canted toward the line of sight in nearly any position caused me some frustration with the D765.

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #23 on: May 28, 2020, 07:02:30 AM
So the LSL sprocket guard fits the same as it did with the D675.  It's messier with flinging chain gunk but it's nice to know the front sprocket almost positively cannot come off.  While in there I confirmed the stock sprocket sizes - 15/47.

I installed the same shift rod support I had on the D675 (and STRS765), no problem.

Since I was in the shift area, I tried flipping the quickshifter and yes, it works fine flipped over.  This allows me to thread on a traditional rose joint however that end is the reverse thread so in order to use my Attack Performance rearsets I'll have to source either a custom shift rod or a reverse thread rose joint.  They didn't make this easy.  Of course I could just go with an HM or some third party quickshifter but my goal is to keep it mostly stock.



Last, I installed the chain-side AMC carbon swingarm protector.  These were built for the D675 so clearly the swingarm is the same profile as there are a lot of bends in them.


Last Edit: May 28, 2020, 07:04:05 AM by aardvark9

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #24 on: May 28, 2020, 08:43:56 AM
*Originally Posted by aardvark9 [+]


but my goal is to keep it mostly stock


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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #25 on: May 28, 2020, 01:25:28 PM
*Originally Posted by 765rocks [+]
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Agree!! :152:

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #26 on: May 28, 2020, 03:41:16 PM
Point taken, gentlemen!  Compared to most of my mates' track bikes, this is mostly stock so it's relative I suppose.

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #27 on: May 29, 2020, 05:52:16 AM
Just ordered that sprocket cover  :028:

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #28 on: May 29, 2020, 07:42:15 AM
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Just ordered that sprocket cover  :028:

Mmm. Who'll be the first to have a £20,000 765 LE? :001:

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Re: What Fits from the previous D675
Reply #29 on: June 10, 2020, 08:24:31 AM
So going around in my head...
SC projects Moto2 specific slip on, retaining the mahoosive silencer box Ä690
SC projects D675 half system- which we now know fits Ä390
 :087:

I do think SC have been lazy in not combining the two, and I say this as a fan and previous buyer of their products
 :084:

Does feel like cashing in on new bike syndrome  :182:

But before some one says it, the choice is yours ....

Rant over  :180:

 


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