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Well folks Mike came today around 2.00 Pm to pick Miss O'Seven it was awesome meeting him & his brother Miss O'seven will be missed for sure but she will continue to get so much love and care from Mike and will be having a blast running the Track in Texas plus a lot of her goodies are spread all over the country on various RR's that are getting so much love today and for years to come.
With these pictures this thread will be coming to a close i hope this thread has inspired you guys as much as it inspired me during the 5 years i have owned Miss O'seven

 

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Loaded up a couple of the bros and picked up the bike.

New Orleans was nice.


Miami was nicer.


Made it! Thanks Moe. :)

Shot at 2012-07-04

Shot at 2012-07-04

Will be getting her track ready in due time...
 

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Awesome pictures man thanks for posting them
 

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noooooo! i want all of your old carbon fiber parts! love the new triumph though!
Moe parted miss ohseven out LONG time ago. All of her goodies went FAST.


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Hey Moe just out of curiosity did you like the galfer rotors performance or were they just more of a aesthetic upgrade? Not asking for track use, someone took a left turn in front of me before and I'm looking to squeeze out some better braking power.

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Your CBR: 9/10
Your Triumph: :jerkit:
That Daytona is the sweetest looking bike
 

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Hey Moe just out of curiosity did you like the galfer rotors performance or were they just more of a aesthetic upgrade? Not asking for track use, someone took a left turn in front of me before and I'm looking to squeeze out some better braking power.

In my book
Your CBR: 9/10
Your Triumph: :jerkit:
That Daytona is the sweetest looking bike
Not only they look awesome they work great as well just add to that upgraded brake lines , brake pads and you accomplish better braking powers that is for sure I am so glad you liked Miss O'Seven and like Miss18RR who is lovely indeed :love3:
 

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I just got the fren tubo kevlar brake lines, and the pads I'm still debating which to get between ebc HH or ferodo ?

I was in an accident last April and every since then I want to get as much brake power as possible; however a set of calipers is far outside my budget,

Just wondering what gives the most bang for your buck, I don't mind paying extra if the performance is worth the money. I just haven't seen anyone talk about rotors other than galfer or if there are different tiers of performance rotors?
 

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I just got the fren tubo kevlar brake lines, and the pads I'm still debating which to get between ebc HH or ferodo ?

I was in an accident last April and every since then I want to get as much brake power as possible; however a set of calipers is far outside my budget,

Just wondering what gives the most bang for your buck, I don't mind paying extra if the performance is worth the money. I just haven't seen anyone talk about rotors other than galfer or if there are different tiers of performance rotors?
I have used the EBC pads with the Galfer wave rotors , Galfer super bike lines and Pazzo shorty levers but the calipers were OEM and the package performed well and honestly it's not that much lower performance than my Miss18RR which got OEM rotors , pads , braded brake line , Brembo Calipers and I carried the Pazzo levers from Miss O'Seven to Miss18RR with being said stick with OEM calipers unless a used set go on sale for a great price then grab them
 

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Moe, even though you got a worthy replacement, do you miss Miss O'Seven yet??
To be honest with you I do miss Miss O'Seven but my bud Mike (current owner)
is loving her enjoying her company & I am sure Miss O'Seven is enjoying his company as well the man is really a class act :banger:
 

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You going to hop back to Honda someday?

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I learned a long time ago never to say never BTW have you made up your mind about them A Stars gloves just let me know when you do thanks a bunch
 

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I just got the fren tubo kevlar brake lines, and the pads I'm still debating which to get between ebc HH or ferodo ?

I was in an accident last April and every since then I want to get as much brake power as possible; however a set of calipers is far outside my budget,

Just wondering what gives the most bang for your buck, I don't mind paying extra if the performance is worth the money. I just haven't seen anyone talk about rotors other than galfer or if there are different tiers of performance rotors?
Maybe I can help. I have Galfer SBK rotors, ebc HH pads and fren Tubo tier 3 brake lines. I also have a rear res delete. When I want to stop, bike stops. I love my brake pads, no brake dust hardly after riding.

My rotors, amazing, SBK rotors are the best you can get around. Infinate had them, sold them to me. There was a steal on here about 1 week ago for $375. They are $800 new.

I would go galfer rotors, ebc hh pads or galfer pads. Heard a while back ebc rotors had warping problems.


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Too bad Moeman, well at least it will stay in the dot net family. I think the Daytona is giving you all the excitement you need so I understand why you could let her go even though you still miss her :cruising:
 

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Too bad Moeman, well at least it will stay in the dot net family. I think the Daytona is giving you all the excitement you need so I understand why you could let her go even though you still miss her :cruising:
Salam Aleukoum Ya Basha keaf el hal there is no bad at all Allah sobhanohas has always blessed me with the feelings of content no matter what life has thrown ,will throw at me .With Miss O'Seven departing I was blessed with gaining an :five:excellent friend represented in her new owner :five:who loves the bike dearly as much as she loves him back very soon she will be having exciting times at the race track :fiddy::.

I got ownership of Miss18RR which was another dream that came true and a blessing to ride & own so far :love3: .Going back in time and remembering the circumstances makes me feel everything was meant / destined to be that way really my decision making was not made for me but was laid in front of my path to make so I went with it

I was not thinking of selling Miss O'Seven yet no sales thread was even created yet i simply had thoughts and had a thread going to sell some upgraded mods off the bike within a day my good friend Mike came my way offering to buy Miss O'Seven , I was not planning on buying a Triumph I was thinking of the MV Agusta F3 my best bud / bike mechanic suggested the Triumph 675R thank you Scotto , a member who I never met suggested a dealer in OK that he had just bought a bike from suggested the Triumph they had on the showroom floor .

From there the fortunes / wheels of destiny started rolling and Miss18RR came rolling out of its shipping crate about a few weeks later from the delivery truck first time ever to buy a bike from another state on the phone & Internet and was a smooth lovely transaction :wave:


Within a span of 9 years I went from an 03RR to an 07RR and now an 012 675R The last two bikes found me I did go looking for them that is how I honestly feel . Members that had such experience know exactly what I mean I would not change anything if time went back on me ElHamd LelAllah teala
 

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Salam Aleukoum Ya Basha keaf el hal there is no bad at all Allah sobhanohas has always blessed me with the feelings of content no matter what life has thrown ,will throw at me .With Miss O'Seven departing I was blessed with gaining an :five:excellent friend represented in her new owner :five:who loves the bike dearly as much as she loves him back very soon she will be having exciting times at the race track :fiddy::.

I got ownership of Miss18RR which was another dream that came true and a blessing to ride & own so far :love3: .Going back in time and remembering the circumstances makes me feel everything was meant / destined to be that way really my decision making was not made for me but was laid in front of my path to make so I went with it

I was not thinking of selling Miss O'Seven yet no sales thread was even created yet i simply had thoughts and had a thread going to sell some upgraded mods off the bike within a day my good friend Mike came my way offering to buy Miss O'Seven , I was not planning on buying a Triumph I was thinking of the MV Agusta F3 my best bud / bike mechanic suggested the Triumph 675R thank you Scotto , a member who I never met suggested a dealer in OK that he had just bought a bike from suggested the Triumph they had on the showroom floor .

From there the fortunes / wheels of destiny started rolling and Miss18RR came rolling out of its shipping crate about a few weeks later from the delivery truck first time ever to buy a bike from another state on the phone & Internet and was a smooth lovely transaction :wave:


Within a span of 9 years I went from an 03RR to an 07RR and now an 012 675R The last two bikes found me I did go looking for them that is how I honestly feel . Members that had such experience know exactly what I mean I would not change anything if time went back on me ElHamd LelAllah teala
Wa alaikom elsalam warahmat Allah wa barakato Moe. Elhamdlellah all is good, thanks for asking. It really is a blessing to stay content in front of anything you face in life. Many people chase that degree of faith and unfortunately never realize it. Glad to see everything is going well with you. I bet that F3 ould have been awesome to own just for the bragging rights, but performance-wise based on some reviews I read it can never outshine the 675R. I would have bought the 675R as my first bike if it was available, but someday I plan on getting one isAllah. I don't think you can ever own more than one bike and not keep a supersport in your garage, but that's just me.
 

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Wa alaikom elsalam warahmat Allah wa barakato Moe. Elhamdlellah all is good, thanks for asking. It really is a blessing to stay content in front of anything you face in life. Many people chase that degree of faith and unfortunately never realize it. Glad to see everything is going well with you. I bet that F3 ould have been awesome to own just for the bragging rights, but performance-wise based on some reviews I read it can never outshine the 675R. I would have bought the 675R as my first bike if it was available, but someday I plan on getting one isAllah. I don't think you can ever own more than one bike and not keep a supersport in your garage, but that's just me.
Ya basha Rabena yebareaklak ya Rab I read the reviews you mentioned and really got me excited that I own a 675R 012 is almost over as you know & what's funny the Tampa dealer ( only one that sells them on my side of FL )that I was thinking of buying the MV from does not & did not even have any in stock so if my fortunes were any different I would have probably been still riding Miss OSeven cause the F3 was suppose to be out there in March well until July when Mike came over to pick Miss O'Seven the F3 was still not in stock ElhamdlelAllah they did not have any :cruising:
 
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