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Guys i mine be swapping mine 2007 600rr to a 2011 triumph daytona 675.. Any guys out there care to share a thing or two abt the 675. i might be looking at Rsv4 too.
 

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Moe has one, check out his build thread. Its the first one in the bike build section!
 

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Super duper nice!! Just don't ask The X something stupid, he's liable to punch you thru the screen!
 

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some guys out them told me that the rsv4 tend to break down easily. how true is it ?
I can't really speak on that I don't have one. If I were in your situation I would join the triumph and aprilla forums and ask tons of questions. And then of course ask moeman and TheX about there whips. Either way you go though I don't think you will be disappointed it just comes down to what you like and want.


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Haha he'll come after you in your sleep like Freddy!


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Haha, he will chime in any second now and smack errbody around.
 

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Me and volcom were just kidding x, don't hit us, please!!!!
 
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get the rsv4 the triumph is a over priced wanna-be supersport, triumph does not have the design and technology the other brands do, I see a lot of triumphs and the fit and finish is not worth what they cost. The rsv4 is a true race machine.
 

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I have read a lot on the Triumph 675R, It is a bike that dishes out a very different experience to all other supersports and it isn't just the 75cc difference. It is a 3 cylinder torque churning machine; I definitely recommend you get it, but of course it isn't a perfect bike. Do a lot of reading on it, check out the reviews from many different sport riding publications to see if it is the ride for you.
 
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