Discussion in 'Images & Videos' started by henrymc, Nov 8, 2009.
Check this out guys. Good colour schem for a 675 also
I think you might be a touch biased, Henry - that chain looked loose!!
yep but what a tool Darren,
I found it in a thread on the 675net site.
agreed with both points lol
Hmmm..... 726 ya say? Ooo er missus, I appear to have soiled my under garments...!
yea know what you mean instant gymnast, the guy who built it has loads of info about it on the Triumph 675 site, not a viable operation, but what a beautifull tool, make R1 and Blade riders s*** themselves trying to keep up on the track I rekon,
Here he is again on the 675/726 following a 1098S http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm6hzBE9XJE
It defo WOULD be kinda cool to re-badge it as a 725!
Henry, nice piece of kit for the track but yours is just as cool for the road
Cheers Rowly, there is a Californian called Dave Moss at http://www.catalystsuspension.com who has a real nice paint scheme on his 675 apart from the flames on the nose cone. will post this web address in maintenance section also as their seems to be quite a bit of information on here.
Hey! - I know that bike!!
Doh! - Catalyst have been at WSIR the 3 times I was there.
Fantastic bike but WHAT A TOOL!!!
Sounds exactly like my 675 with a TOR can on..
Respect for work he has done n MONEY SPENT but JESUS Get a life!!
I get that, but I'd still keep it badged as std to sandbag the litre cc snobs at trackdays.
This lad has been posting the progress of his project 675/726 on the Triumph675 .net site for the last year or more,
I look it up every so often to see what he is up to with it, his idea was to sell the upgrade to anyone who wanted the job done on their bike.
There was supposed to be 3 stages of up grades and this was the end result of the first stage I think.
He spent a lot of money and a lot of his time on the project.
Cant remember where exactly he is based, but it is in the USA somewhere.
I think that he should be applauded for the work he has done,
I like your idea Deegee about keeping it looking standard,
you can imagine some guy on his R1, Blade or better still a 1198 at a track day not being able to figer out why he can not shake the Triumph of on the straights,