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[Sold] 2009 Daytona 675

Discussion in 'Archived' at netrider.net.au started by Simple One, Dec 1, 2013.

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  1. #1 Simple One, Dec 1, 2013
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2014
    Hi All,

    I'm reluctantly putting my 2009 Daytona 675 up for sale, as it just isn't getting enough use. I'm the second owner (I've owned the bike for ~1.5 years) and the bike has always been garaged, both by myself and previous owner. The bike has a complete service history and all recall work is up to date. The bike comes with all original parts as well as those parts currently fitted to the bike. The bike has never been crashed or dropped.

    The MY09 (2009) year model Daytona 675's were the first to benefit from the numerous revisions made by the factory after the bikes initial release in 2006, making the 2009+ models a better overall package than the 2006-2008 year models.

    Model: 2009 Daytona 675 (Black)
    Mileage: 23,390 km's
    Price: $10,000.
    Images: High resolution images can be emailed on request.

    Triumph Factory Options:
    Arrow Titanium muffler
    BMC filter and tune
    Arrow adjustable rear sets
    Single seat cowl
    Double Bubble screen
    Low gel seat
    Frame sliders
    Swingarm bobbins/pickups

    Triumph Carbon Fibre Options:
    Front fender
    Rear hugger
    Muffler heat shield
    Upper chain guard
    Lower chain guard
    Tank pad

    Other Accessories:
    Expandable rear pillion seat bag (these are a great convenience to have!):
    Telezifer Ram mount:
    Joe Rocket Manta XL tank bag:
    90 Degree Tyre Valves
    ECU cable for TuneECU and diagnostics (most useful for correctly adjusting the exhaust butterfly).

    Inspections are encouraged. If you would like to test ride the bike then as a minimum you'll need to:
    1. Have your motorcycle licence (and have it on you on the day); and
    2. Have the full asking price available.

    If any of the above is going to be a great issue you for you, PM me and we can have a chat on the phone.

    Please PM me if you want to discuss the bike further or arrange an inspection.


    Small 2.
  2. #2 Simple One, Dec 10, 2013
    Last edited: Dec 11, 2013
    Price dropped to $10,000.
  3. The bike has now been sold.
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