Triumph Daytona 675 with Yoshimura Titanium Slip on
This is my 2007 Daytona 675 with an aftermarket Yoshimura Titanium slip on. Super easy to install and sounds like no other! The Yosh pipe on the triple makes a distinct sound and not like your typical Yoshimura pipe. Has a lot deeper tone. I did have to fabricate a license plate bracket which cost me $6.00 in material and about 2 hours to make. It bolts up to the holes for the passenger pegs.
MCN Roadtest: Triumph Daytona 675 2009 v 2008
Triumphs quest for domination of the 600cc supersport category took another
leap forward with the introduction of the 2009 Daytona 675.
While at first glance the new 675 looks identical to the previous model, a
rack of detail changes should add up to make the new machine a bigger
threat to the Japanese opposition the 2006-2008 version was no slouch in
handling and performance to start with.
But how much better is the new Daytona 675? For a measured analysis both
bikes went through the MCN mill of side-by-side road riding, performance
and Dyno testing.
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Honda CBR 600 RR | Laser exhaust | engine sound only!
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Honda CBR600rr (2004) with Laser Extreme Exhaust, engine sound only :) Some take-offs and
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Honda CBR600rr (2004)
Laser Extreme Exhaust
117hp (87,2 kw) / 66nm (48,7 ft. lbs) @ 168 kg
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MCN Roadtest: Triumph Daytona 675
The original Triumph Daytona 675 was a cracking supersports bike when it
was released in 2006. So Triumph had a big task on their hands in making
the new model better.
The new Daytona handled the Cartegena circuit very well, with the
uprated chassis and the suspension making it an absolute joy to throw in
to the twsties.
The three cylinder engine pulls from as low as 3,000 rpm. Even if you
miss a downshift the engine will pull you out of trouble.
Read the full article in the December 10 edition of MCN, out now.