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There is still time left in the track riding season.  I bought this bike from @jbot and it has had the front forks done by @TRMN8TR.  It is a track bike, BOS only, no title.  It is not the prettiest bike in the paddock, but it runs great and rides great.  Well maintained mechanically, oil changed with full synthetic every 4 track days, OEM oil filter.  Anyone that's riden a 675 on the track knows they are a blast.  Great mid range power and sweet handling.
 
2012 Triumph Daytona 675R
Factory quick shifter
Ohlins front forks – refreshed & new seals 2 years ago
Ohlins rear shock
Brembo brakes
Vesrah XX brake pads
Fully safety wired
GPR Steering Damper
Hindle slip on
Straight pipe (cat removed)
Shorty levers
Motoforza carbon fiber air intake
Motoforza fairing stay
Q4’s – about 2 track days on them
Regular oil changes with synthetic oil & oem oil filter
Front and rear pit bull stands
Pit bull TRS pins
Extra OEM oil filter
1 Gallon synthetic oil
Spare radiator
Other misc spare parts
(The PitBull stuff alone is worth $300+)
Deliver (or meet you somewhere) - located in Cleveland area
$3500

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oh man, I know someone in the Cleveland area who is looking for almost this exact setup. won't see him until Monday at the earliest, I'll pass it on

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18 hours ago, RymerC said:

oh man, I know someone in the Cleveland area who is looking for almost this exact setup. won't see him until Monday at the earliest, I'll pass it on

Thank you!

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On 9/11/2021 at 7:16 AM, TMC Customs said:

How many miles on it? Is the rear subframe bent? It looks a little tweaked in the picture from the back

5500 miles 

yes sub frame is tweaked a little. Doesn’t hurt anything. Rides great. Runs great.

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