|Address||Edmonton, AB T5M0N4
|For Sale By||Owner|
|Engine Displacement (cc)||675|
This is the garage queen of the family. Paid over 16K for it delivered, very rarely ridden.
This is the closest thing to brand new. Not a scratch on it.
Light \ Powerful \ Beautiful \ Rare
- I've never taken it over 6000 rpm
- Change all fluids every spring and fall regardless of use
- Carbon fibre cockpit fairings, wheel enclosures, brake covers, mudguards...
- Ohlins suspension (these are usually found on 16-25K bikes...)
- ABS front and back (on, off, and track modes)
- Brembo Monobloc Brakes (can use one finger..)
- Rear Öhlins TTX 'twin tube' — hand adjustable for spring preload, ride height, rebound, and compression damping. (amazing)
- Pirelli Dragon SuperCorsa tyres & ultra-light rims (very flickable)
- Steering Dampener
- Silencer mounted under the engine (symmatry / weight optimization)
The 'R' version has a shorter stroke, so the rev ceiling is 500rpm higher. Power was increased for the 'R' version to 128PS, and torque increased to 75Nm
The new clutch design increases the friction so that lighter springs are needed. This reduces the effort needed at the clutch lever, making life easier for you
clutchless gear changes without even having to back off the throttle
PROGRAMMABLE REV LIGHTS
Programmable gear change indicators let you manually set up where in the rev range you want the lights to come on and prompt a gear change.
INSTRUMENTS AND COMPUTER
The Daytona already had a lap timer, two trip computers, gear change indicators, shift lights and a clock. Now, the 675Rs instruments are also configured to show fuel gauge, tyre pressures and ABS switching. So you know more of what’s going on as you ride.
Ignition detects a Microchip in the key body and if it's not present the ignition system is disabled.
Especially on a bike as track-focussed as the Daytona 675R, a change tyre pressure can alter handling dramatically. It lets you know any change in pressure before it becomes an issue.