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 on: January 09, 2021, 07:05:13 AM 
Started by anvarjv1 - Last post by MonkeyMan
ABSOLUTELY solid bike (not that I have an prior bias or anything).....

Good luck with sale Anvar! And congrats again!

 on: January 08, 2021, 04:45:49 PM 
Started by anvarjv1 - Last post by anvarjv1
I hope everyone is staying safe. My track days are behind me and I am putting my 2007 Daytona up for sale. Please make an offer, as I am moving soon and would like to sell the bike prior to our move.

Currently in Durham, NC

I bought the bike from a control rider at PRE and rode it for one season (2019).

2007 Triumph Daytona with 18K Mile with an extra engine. While I have the title, I have not registered it, as it is not legal for the street.

1. Full Leo Vince exhaust (pretty sure it's SS and not Ti)
2. Penske shock
3. Traxxion Dynamics Axxion Valve, spring and shaft upgrade in forks
4. Renthal 520 sprockets (front and rear)-start of last season
5. DID ERV3 520 chain-start of last season
6. Lightech rear axle adjusters
7. GB Racing Shark Guard
8. GB Racing Clutch cover
9. GB Racing Frame Sliders (race)
10. GB Racing Fork sliders
11. Woodcraft Stator cover
12. Woodcraft Ignition cover
13. Attack Performance rearsets
14. Motion Pro throttle
15. GPR dampener
16. Vortex clip-ons
17. Lightech keyless gas cap
18. MotoHolders fairing stay
19. Vortex block off plates (at least I think they're Vortex - it's been a while)
20. Triumph Race Support Velocity stacks
21. Triumph Manual Cam Chain tensioner
22. BMC air filter
23. Bazzaz Quickshift
24. Yoyodyne slipper clutch
25. Shorai Battery
26. Sharkskinz bodywork with Andrew Swenson custom paint (not as pretty as it once was)
27. Zero Gravity Corsa Windscreen

original motor with ~ 14k on it (valves checked and all good at 12k)
spare Renthal rear sprocket
GB Racing Frame Sliders (street - a little longer)
spare swingarm (one spool broken, most likely can be repaired with a tinesert)
spare radiator (had puncture, patched with JB Weld)
New Triumph clutch basket (funny how it's cheaper to buy as a kit vs. just plates/springs!) and original clutch basket
2 stock shocks
Spare suspension dogbone
Rear brake caliper, reservoir and line

 on: January 08, 2021, 07:56:08 AM 
Started by 52 Ruhe - Last post by Echs332000
more track time.  more track time equals more chances to improve

 on: January 08, 2021, 07:29:09 AM 
Started by lee7 - Last post by Spinak 627
For me the shifter travel distance was too far.  if you can find a way to shorten the travel distance

Personally I think this is the ticket right here

 on: January 07, 2021, 08:25:06 PM 
Started by lee7 - Last post by Milkman
I had an older generation R6 in which I found a cheap fix for shifter problems.  For me the shifter travel distance was too far.  The same year R1 had a much shorter shifter arm and fit my bike.  After replacing the arm shifts were much shorter requiring less effort and felt positive.  Fairly inexpensive experiment if you can find a way to shorten the travel distance on either the rearset or clutch end of the cable.

 on: January 07, 2021, 07:09:51 AM 
Started by JustAnotherSquid - Last post by JustAnotherSquid
For clarity's sake, each "set" is a liner and L/R cheekpad pair in the standard sizes for a Quantum-X in XL, and I have two sets. My apologies for any confusion!   :doh:

 on: January 06, 2021, 12:23:09 PM 
Started by JustAnotherSquid - Last post by JustAnotherSquid
Hi all,

Is your helmet getting funky?  Is it stinky?  Probably!  It might be time to replace the liner and cheekpad with something ... cleaner.

I have two complete sets of liners and cheekpads that were taken out of new Quantum-X's in XL.  They were only worn for an hour or so by a beautiful Asian woman that smelled like Lilacs or me (I can't remember which) before I replaced them with a thicker liner and pad set.  My noggin is a little too big for a L and a little too small for an XL, but thankfully Arai makes many sizes of liners and cheekpads and they only charge most (not all!) of your 401k for them.

If you buy these new (go ahead I dare you!) they are over $100!  <cough cough>  However, I will happily dispatch them via our speedy and efficient <cough cough> postal service to any location in the lower 48 for the low, low price of $45 each or $85 if you want both (they make great gifts!).  I'll even have Mrs. JAS draw a little motorcycle on the box for you.  You really can't say no to that.

For payment, I can take cash in a burlap bag delivered to my house via Brinks armored truck, or Venmo.  Whichever you prefer.  Thanks for looking and happy riding!

 on: January 06, 2021, 08:48:01 AM 
Started by JustAnotherSquid - Last post by JustAnotherSquid

 on: January 06, 2021, 07:30:34 AM 
Started by lee7 - Last post by 52 Ruhe
Another thing to consider is trying to gear your bike so you don’t need to grab that shift either way mid corner. That way you can get shift, braking and body shift done early. Then more attention to focus Ontario braking, line and getting to WOT ASAP on exit.

 on: January 05, 2021, 03:41:49 PM 
Started by Ansleywynn - Last post by Viffer
This is Jim from Max Speed Cycles and we are the Vendors for PRE.  We carry Dunlop slicks in the popular sizes and compounds as well as Q3's and Q4's.  My suggestion is like Dan was saying, you are already running race compound tires and your bike looks like a dedicated track bike so by all means make the switch to slicks.  We are at every PRE event and have tires and Tire Warmers at every event.  We also do suspension set ups at the track as well.  We would be glad to help you in any way we can.  We also have a shop in Kernersville NC and do all kinds of modifications and Dyno tuning.  Let us know if we can help.  Feel free to call the shop with any questions.   336-993-6661

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