Triumph 675 Daytona and Speed Triple R
06-12


Fuel Injection Tuning / Reflashing

 





TuneECU tuning

Custom trackday Triumph 675 Street Triple and Daytona Fuel Injection Tuning

The 675 Triumphs are one of the best performing middleweights around. A great mid sized sportbike for Marin and Sonoma's winding 2nd gear roads up and down Mt. Tamalpais and up and down the coast on Highway 1, north of San Francisco.

Northern California based Wheelsmith / Factory Pro currently uses Tuneboy and TuneECU to custom tune and relfash the stock ecu.  Wheelsmith uses the EC997 dyno and a multi-gas analyzer to tune to Best Power while retaining good highway mileage - resulting in a nice clean running bike that has improved power and decreased backfiring.

Tuning?
So good in fact, that we tuned Michael Barnes' Infineon winning AMA XR1200.

We've done quite a few 675 Daytonas and Street Triples and results have been wonderful. Lowend and midrange are smoother and more responsive - smoother. Beats add-on boxes.

Full throttle power and mixture is improved.   Even throttle response in neutral is improved. The bike sounds better.

Tuning by using native language custom ecu tuning is far superior than "add-on" boxes - with access to many more tables and settings.

The Tuning Specialists.
National Class WERA and AMA tuning since 1986.
AFM since 1975.

Call 415 472 4962 for appointment - San Francisco Area

   

(sample picture only - not actual star)

pn: SHFT-STAR-TD95/675   

$149.95 (star only)

06-12: up to VIN 381274 and thru VIN 381275 to VIN 564947

replaces oem T1190075 star
(clutch cover gasket not supplied)

F-Pro Shift Spring not available

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remarks from buyer -

       He wants a shift kit. He put one in his 675 and loved it, wants one for the 1050i.



Installation page
Triumph 675 - click here



http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=5191




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Triumph 675 Shift STAR

Virtually eliminate missed shifts.

In 1-2 hours, you can make your shift mechanism work 10% to 20% quicker (5ms to 10ms quicker). To AMA Pro levels.

When you look at quickshifter "kill" duration at 60ms, every upshift you are losing about 1/20th a second. Do 20 upshifts and you lose 1 full second of applied power. 100 upshifts and that's 5 seconds that power is "killed" while the QS is waiting for the shift to complete. (Ever thought about that? :-)

If you quicken the shift mechanism by 10%, you decrease the shift kill time by 10% and that's 1/2 second in 100 shifts - and we could all use an extra 1/2 second....... :-)

Of course, I can't guarantee that you'll drop your lap times by 1/2 sec per 100 upshifts - but - wouldn't it be mentally less effort and cool to make missed upshifts and downshifts virtually disappear?

Virtually eliminate missed shifts
 Decrease shift time 5% to 10%. Can Lower ET and laptimes.

legal for AMA racing 2014.

Easier and quicker upshifts, decreased shift lever travel, fewer missed shifts and wickedly quick downshifts.

The 675 already has a good detent arm in it - no need to replace it. 

This is the kit that makes the difference.
Track and street.

Note about quickshifter shift kill time:
The STAR shifts QUICKER.
You must set your quickshifter kill time 5mm to 10ms quicker or the shifting will be clunky on the track.

Installation:
1 -2 hours - requires clutch basket assembly R&R to install

Available from Power Tripp and direct from Factory Pro. 

 

   

 


 

 

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Contact Factory Pro
M-F, 9am - 5pm, Pacific time, -7 or -8 GMT

800 869-0497
 USA and Canada

415 491-5920

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Mailing / Shipping address:

Factory Pro
179 Paul Drive
San Rafael, CA 94903
USA

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