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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 02:21 AM Thread Starter
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need to make a ngine mount jig for a 02 daytona 955i

Exploratory question ONLY my nations still in a economic depression so please dont demand pics of a build i aint even started yet eh im just seeing whats possible for a wreck engine i got hold of, plan on starting the building after the new yr & holiday financial armegeddon blows over.

02 955i daytona engine from a wreck, entire cooling system is gone & the oil pan has a impact puncture (easy fix) everything else is mint.
theres a whackload of triumph frames on ebay cheap, i just need 1 to fabricate up a engine mount jig & maybe cutoff the neck to use on a countrified bobber frame cuz the triumph front ends are cheap on ebay +plus they look to have great dual front calipers.

would a daytona 02 955i have the same engine mounts as :
#1 2001 Triumph Speed Triple
#2 2003 Triumph Sprint RS 955
#3 2003 Triumph Bonneville America
#4 2002 Triumph Sprint RS
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All the 955 and 1050 Fuel Injected Triumphs (Sprints, Daytona 955 and Speed Triple) have same engine mounts although may use different spacers and bolts depending on engine generation.
Bonneville America is no go
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thanx for the info man, im not gonna be building no OCC crap thats for sure. i'll be building a ol skool with a hidden softail thats gonna be a everyday rider as in no chromed out BS you see them 50yr old family guys running around on pretending theyre .00001%ers like they saw in some cheesy TV show the week before.
just gonna go for the simple straight out bobber updated slightly, i have the prints but with a 149hp liquid cooled beast under the legs i will make some adjustments at best itll resemble a madmax bobber at worst a bike in the box bobber.
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