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Engine Cooling Capacity Bore and stroke Compression ratio Timing Timing diagram Maximum power output Max Torque Fuel supply/ignition Starter Spark plugs Exhaust system Homologation TRANSMISSION Gearbox Gear ratios Lubrication Primary drive Final drive Clutch MOTO GUZZI BREVA 1200 Four‐stroke V 90 twin Air cooled 1,151 cc 95 x 81.2 mm 9.8 : 1 2 valves per cylinder commanded by light alloy cam acting on rocker arm and mechanical tappets Intake valve opening 24 ° before upper TDC. Intake valve closing 52 ° after lower TDC. Exhaust valve opening 54 ° before lower TDC. Exhaust valve closing 22 ° after upper TDC. Over 66 kW (95 CV) at 7,500 rpm Over 100 Nm at 5,800 rpm Multipoint sequential electronic injection, Magneti Marelli IAW 5A phased, alfa‐n system; 2 Ø 45 mm throttle bodies with Weber IWP 162 injectors, Lambda probe and twin spark plugs. Electric Inner NGK PMR8B (Long Life) Outer NGK BPR6ES Stainless steel two‐into‐one 3 way catalysed with Lambda probe and height adjustable silencer. Euro 3 6 speed – constantly engaged cogs with integrated flexible couplings 1st 17/38 = 1 : 2.235 2nd 20/34 = 1 : 1.7 3rd 23/31 = 1 : 1.348 4th 26/29 = 1 : 1.115 5th 31/30 = 1 : 0.968 6th 29/25 = 1 : 0.862 Forced lubrication with lobe pump and pressure regulator Helicoidal gears, ratio 24/35 = 1 : 1.458 Shaft drive, ratio 12/44 = 1 : 3.667 Dry mechanically operated twin plate FRAME Frame Wheelbase Rake Steering angle Front suspension Front wheel travel Rear suspension Steel tubing 1,495 mm 120 mm 25.50° Marzocchi Ø 45 mm adjustable front forks 120 mm Single swingarm with progressive action – single rebound adjustable shock absorber with easy to operate pre‐load setting knob Rear wheel travel 140 mm
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How to install a new airfilter for the Daytona 675 or Street Triple/R: 1. You will need to remove the tank first. 2. Some important things to consider before you start. - The tank is easy to remove but also easy to damage. - If you can find someone to help you take the tank off go in that direction, it’s a pain on your own. - A lighter tank is easier to work with so try and syphon as much fuel out as possible. - Cover your frame (thick cloth or small car carpet) next to your tank as soon as you have lifted the tank up. This will save you heartache if you drop the tank on the frame. 2. Remove two front screws near the yoke, I used a 5mm allenkey. 3. Loosen the 8mm bolt at is normally covered by the seat. My subframe bolts are undone because I was working on the bike, please ignore it. 4. The next step you can do in two ways. - Either prop the tank up by placing something on the airbox that lifts the tank higher than the handlebars (I used a bag full of bubble wrap), don't do this with a light tank/near empty tank or - place a long screwdriver or the post that is under the seat to prop tank up. - To get extra height you can pop the post in the allenkey hole of the handlebar. 5. Under the tank there are two electrical connectors. 6. To get to the connectors either: - If you have used something to lift the tank higher than the handlebars, lift the tank as high as it's safe at the seat mounting bracket and pull the connectors out as it says below (I put a block of wood in place to protect it from falling) or - Keep the 8mm bolt in at the edge and tilt the tank to the left, you need to stand at the right hand side of the bike to do this. 7. Push the locking pin in and pull the plug gentle. They can only go in the same plughole they came out of, so you won’t pop the wrong connectors in afterwards. Also if you look at the connectors one is black and one is grey. Black is left and green/grey is right. 8. Remove the two breather pipes.
Scheduled Maintenance Chart - Daytona 675 The maintenance schedule given below describes the maintenance requirements for the Daytona 675. Warning The importance of good maintenance cannot be overestimated. The tasks described will help to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the Triumph motorcycle. Never attempt to cut costs by neglecting the maintenance requirements of your machine as this will result in the premature failure of the component(s) concerned and may lead to an unsafe riding condition and an accident. Scheduled Maintenance Chart Odometer Reading in Miles (Kms) or time period, whichever comes first. Operation Description Every 500 (800) 1 month 6000 (10000) 1 year 12000 (20000) 2 years 18000 (30000) 3 years 24000 (40000) 4 years 30000 (50000) 5 years Day • • • • • • Engine oil - renew - • • • • • • Engine oil filter - renew - • • • • • • Valve clearances - check - • • Air cleaner - renew - • • Engine ECM - check for stored DTC’s - Spark plugs - check - Spark plugs - renew - Throttle bodies - balance - 2.2Daytona 675 English Engine/oil cooler - check for leaks • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Throttle cable - check/adjust Day • • • • • • Coolant level - check/adjust Day • • • • • • Coolant - renew • - • Cooling system - check for leaks Day
2009-2012 Triumph Daytona 675 & Street Triple 675 Installation Instructions PARTS LIST 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 Ignition Module CD-ROM Installation Guide Velcro Alcohol swab CAN cable CAN termination plug USB cable THE IGNITION MUST BE TURNED OFF BEFORE INSTALLATION! BEFORE THIS MODULE CAN BE USED THE POWER COMMANDER MAY NEED TO BE UPDATED. (SEE INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS) PLEASE READ ALL DIRECTIONS BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION 2191 Mendenhall Drive North Las Vegas, NV 89081 (800) 992-4993 www.powercommander.com Part #6-97 www.powercommander.com 2009-2012 Triumph Daytona 675 & Street Triple 675 - 1 IGNITION MODULE V INPUT ACCESSORY GUIDE ACCESSORY INPUTS Speed This input has the ability to activate a limiter based on speed. This is intended to be used as a pit lane speed limiter. You can use any OPEN / CLOSED type switch to activate this feature. Launch This input is intended to be used as a launch control. You can set a target RPM to limit the bike to when the clutch lever is activated. Once the clutch lever is released full RPM can be achieved. This requires a wire be connected to the grounding side of the clutch switch and the other end into this input. Ground This is a digital ground. You can connect the BLACK/WHITE crank wire of the SFM to this location if necessary. Analog- Not currently used - updates to follow Crank- Connect the WHITE crank wire from the SFM (if installed) to this input. This is only needed if you are going to use the Rev Xtend feature. USB CONNECTION CRANK ANALOG (not used) GROUND EXPANSION PORTS 1 & 2 LAUNCH CONTROL Connect to PCV, Auto-tune, or LCD. SPEED LIMITER SPEED LIMITER Wire connections: To input wires into the IM first remove the rubber plug on the backside of the unit and loosen the screw for the corresponding input. Using a 22-24 gauge wire strip about 10mm from its end. Push the wire into the hole of the IM until is stops and then tighten the screw. Make sure to reinstall the rubber plug. NOTE: If you tin the wires with solder it will make inserting them easier.
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1. Remove stock exhaust system; Retain stock head nuts. 2. Before starting your Fat Boy 4 installation. You must make sure that the cylinder head exhaust gasket is intact and in good condition (usually they stay in the cylinder head). Under normal conditions it is OK to reuse them. If it is missing or in need of replacement it may be purchased from your Honda Dealer Part # 18291-MN5-650. DO NOT RUN MACHINE WITHOUT EXHAUST GASKETS. It is also a good idea to make sure that the (2) exhaust studs mounted in cylinder head are in good shape. If there is any doubt of their condition. Replace with new from your Honda dealer. 3. Install Fat Boy 4 header pipe using stock oem head nuts. Do not secure header at this time. Leave nuts a few turns loose. 4. You are now ready to install the Fat Boy 4 muffler/tail section. The tail section is secured to the Fat Boy 4 muffler at the factory before shipping. If these (4) 6mm stainless button head allen screws are ever loosened or removed they must be reinstalled with some form of medium strength thread lock (recommended Loctite 242 Blue). Before sliding tail section onto header it is recommended to apply a thin coat of hi-temp silicone to the inside of the tail section (female side) approximately covering about ½” of the initial part of the tail pipe. This will keep exhaust from leaking at the slip-fit joint and make removing pipe in future easier. 5. Install the (2) muffler mount bolts going into sub-frame and tighten securely. 6. Tighten header pipe. Make sure to tighten header nuts evenly. 7. AIR INDUCTION: For maximum performance DRI recommends installing a K&N Filter with air box lid removed. 8. Carburetor jetting must be changed, see below for additional recommendations 9. Additional Performance and Jetting Recommendations; For the best performance using your NEW Fat Boy 4 it is recommended to use a K&N air filter. The K&N filter makes the best power and it is recommended to run air box with the lid removed. For the 250EX it is also recommended to use optional bolt-on turndown and spark arrestor...
Quarter Midgets of America, Inc. (UT-2 ONLY) Honda Tech Inspection Work Sheet (UT-2 GCBPT) Class: UT-2 Honda 160 Division:______ Light______ Heavy______ Drivers Name:____________________________ Car #: ________ Date:__________ Finish Position:____________________ Check OK Exhaust length 20’-26’ no steps or tapers, 1’ O.D. Max, unaltered screw in muffler External visual check- exhaust shrouds, air cleaner, engine seals in tact Carburetor- # BE 65B Thailand # BE 65 Q UT-2 BE54D Insulator stock gaskets both sides. Gasket= 0.025 max Carburetor Bore: Intake end= 0.951 Throttle end= 0.710 Venturi Bore: Go= 0.522 No Go = 0.523 Main Jet: Honda #82 max #67 Drill (0.033) No Go Silver ok Main Air Jet: #53 Drill (0.0595) No Go at back of hole Main Jet access passage: #41 Drill No Go Main Nozzle Bore: #47 Drill (0.078) No Go Main Nozzle: Installed Height 0.424 No Go See tech manual for main nozzle are bleed hole dimensions Pilot Jet: #79 Drill (0.0145) No Go Pilot Air Jet: 0.050 min. 1.25 mm #55 Drill (0.052) No Go Pilot Seat: #61 Drill (0.039) No Go Pilot Screw tip: 0.020 min. Float Bowl Vent: #31 Drill (0.120) No Go Needle Valve Seat: #51 Drill (0.070) No Go Remove gear box and sun gear- check for any alterations, except to output end of shaft, no polishing Remove cooling shrouds- check for all pieces installed. No metal added or subtracted Valve Lift Retainer with zero clearance: Intake= 0.245 max Exhaust= 0.255 max Push Rod Length 5.257 min 5.279 max Aluminum Rods Only Visually inspect rocker arms, pivots, studs for alteration. See tech manual Coil and Timing: Remove head and check coil position @ .115” btdc- see tech manual Check timing: if quick check of timing line 27 is in question. 0.104 btdc or 20 btdc max (off set key allowed) Check Coil Air Gap: 0.016 +_.008 effective 1998- not a tech item but recommended Coil Mounting Bolts: Stock 6mm 1-1/16” long. 3/8” max. no thread 0.230 min. threaded dia. Cylinder Head: Head gasket inner rim thickness = 0.008 min. Valve depth intake: 0.264max / 0.242min Exhaust: 0.250 max / 0.225 min Combustion Chamber: 10cc with stock spark plug Reference Retainers: (thickness) 0.228 min Flange thickness: 0.110 max Flat of Flange to machined surface: 0.148...