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[Sold] Triumph Daytona 675

Discussion in 'Archived' at netrider.net.au started by CraigA, Apr 14, 2013.

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  1. #1 CraigA, Apr 14, 2013
    Last edited: Apr 25, 2013
    Time to sell my 2009 Daytona 675.
    I love it but I am starting to feel really old when I get off it so it might be time to get onto something a little more upright.
    I purchased this bike with 8500 klm on it and it now has just under13000klm
    It has the following tasteful mods:
    Triumph Quickshifter
    Arrow Slip-on
    Carbon fibre exhaust heat shield and fairing infill panels
    ASV levers
    Techspec tank grip pads
    Single seat conversion for cheaper rego
    Just serviced it myself last week , so fresh oil and filter, etc.
    Rego until December.
    $10,500 ONO
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  2. Ooooh...very nice looking steed !
    Good luck with your sale.
     
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  3. Thanks mate.
    It really is a great bike and I will miss it if/when it sells.
     
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  4. what year? im 51 i wouldnt sell mine if my wife's life depended on it
     
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  5. Its a 2009 model.
     
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  6. hmmm mines a 10 yours is cleaner and has a third of the ks but mines red sooo i win
     
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  7. #8 CraigA, Apr 21, 2013
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2013
    Yes the ks are low and it is clean. I have only put on 5000klm in the 18 months I have had it.
    Between work/other commitments, my two kids and wife and the fact that there is no where decent to ride up here within about 3-4 hours, my riding is almost exclusively done on holidays when I take it down to the Sunshine coast and Brisbane areas and hit the hinterland two or three times a year. A different style of bike would make more sense where I live. I'm thinkng a supermoto or even adventure bike. Heaps of dirt roads around.
    I have done 600klm since the add was put up in the week I have had it down the coast including one 400klm day ( took me three days to recover from the leg cramping and strains). Trouble is, now that I just bought it back to Mackay ( today) it will be lucky to get 50klm a week. Just a lack of good roads plus other shit to take up my time means not much riding.

    As for you winning, LOL, ok then. You and Charlie Sheene! Both winning!
     
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  8. Pointed someone this direction. He should buy it because he wants a 13 but they are ugly and have a side exit pipe.
     
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  9. LOL.

    Can't argue with that.
    These pre 13 bikes are not too hard on the eye though. Lots of head turning and people asking about it.
     
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  10. They are the best shape as far as I'm concerned and you're asking a good price. Wish the woman would allow 2 in the shed
     
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  11. Thanks mate.
    I wasn't sure, but I'd like to think that with the addition of the Arrow and the Quickshifter, I have it priced about right so I appreciate the feedback.
     
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  12. un fortunately after market parts dont really equate to higher selling price
    i think youve got a great bike there and some one will give it a new home
     
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  13. #14 CraigA, Apr 21, 2013
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2013
    I agree that you cant add extra money that the mods have cost you to the price and expect someone to fork out the full amount ( IE $3K in mods so wack on $3K to the asking price), but I believe some mods do make the bike more desirable so can attract a slightly higher price to the right buyer. Especially in this case a Daytona with the Arrow and the quickshifter would be something that may interest potential buyers.

    My thinking goes something like this:
    All other things being equal, if it was a choice between mine for the asking price and a stock standard one for $500 less, if you had planned to get a quickshifter and Arrow slip on anyway which one would you pick?
     
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  14. dont get me wrong i agree with you
     
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  15. Don't get me wrong but uncle Greg's bike does look good in red :D
     
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  16. Having seen this bike several times I can personally vouch for the condition of it and it's head turning ability.
     
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  17. #18 CraigA, Apr 22, 2013
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2013
    It gets lots of looks as long as I dont happen to be riding with someone on a bright red Ducati, hey Rob! LOL
     
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  18. oh so thats why its a low k bike lol
     
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  19. I've seen plenty of people giving your bike attention, I mean Red Ducat's are ten a penny :) .

    Back on topic, if anyone is in the market for a Daytona then look at this one!
     
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