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Hello, new to the forum. My name is forrest, own a triumph daytona 675, recently a cager ruined it for me. I have been wanting to build a fighter since riding my buddies custom sv650 with a fat bar conversion and a custom fitted vfr sssa. Fun bike! Anyway, i would like to find someone to build a custom sssa for my daytona that will retain the original ride and handling characteristics. Can anyone reccomend a shop or company that does this? I'v tried a web search but can't find anything but extended stuff. Any help would be great.
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^^^ +1 cuuuuuuuuzz that's a doozy ^^^
 

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Why not try to get a swingarm off the newer sprint st or the speed triple? Triumph parts... likely you'll be able to get it to fit.
I was going to say the same thing.I had a Sprint RS 01 with double sided swing arm,the swing arm from the ST (single sided was a bolt on ) The best part is the price most of the parts needed can be had at ebay for US$200 and there are usually a couple for sale.
 

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the man said he wanted something made so i didnt mention all the options off of other bikes, but there are many if you wanted to go that route forrest.
 

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I went in that direction too ^^^ I opened the thread wantin to see one ...hahaha
 

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the 675 is quite different than anything else triumph as ever made, I have looked at the sssa from other triumph models and i just dont see it working, the suspension dynamics are just too different. I got a quote from GCustoms for around 3500.00. I think if i do it iam going to go that route. Lot of cash yes, but been wanting a fighter since I rode my buddies sic sv fighter and since i am rebuilding my baby fron a crash, it was a fathers day gift from my wife, and I love the hell out of the bike i might as well make it just what i want. We will see, it's just begining and I have just opened the puzzle! Tried to post a pic, couldnt get it to work. oh well
 

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I got a quote from Greggs Customs a while back, IIRC he said he can make a SSS for any bike for something like $1800, might have been $1400.

I don't have that kind of money to work with:)
 
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