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There has been a new forum are opened for gears and gadgets. This is a place to discuss riding gear and gadgets, such as Navigation Units, Bluetooth etc... Anything related to motorcycling that do not pertain to the bike itself.

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http://www.triumphrat.net/gear-and-gadgets/
 

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givi do a sports rack and pannier set for the daytona 750/900/1000/1200's.
have a look in the show us your bikes section in dayona deliberations, i have just posted some pics of my daytona with the full givi setup
 

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Not sure if this is what you had in mind when posting the thread, but thought I would share. For others who ride with an MP3, I have the Bose inner ear headsets but the helmet pulls them out of place. For $20 at Walmart I picked up JVC "Marshmallow" headsets and they are awesome. They are a combination earplug / headphone set. You pinch to condense just like earplugs and they expand in the ear cannel and seal the wind out and music in.
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Werkes USA - MotoGP Exhaust

Hey all - cool little stubby can exhaust here....I just purchased one of these and am waiting for it to arrive. It's actually designed for the MY07-08 Speet Triple, but the frame is the same as a 99-01 Daytona and with just a little 'massaging' of my header, I will have it fitted up shortly. I attached an image so you can see how cool it looks - definitely one of the neatest stubby cans I've seen and at $349, not to expensive. If you give them measurements, they will customize @ no cost (but if they customize, the warranty goes away as does the return policy....returns-reschmurns, you'll wanna keep this piece :) !). Anyway, just figured this would be a cool thing to check out.....the website is:

www.competitionwerkes.com

They also make some other stuff for our beloved steeds so it might be worth popping on and seeing what you see......just a thought, anyway...hope you enjoy!

Matt
 

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Tirox.

Well, looks like as if not many are posting in this section, never the less I have one to offer up.
Not sure if many have tried the chain cleaning kit from Tirox......just tried it last week, it's a pretty good kit.The cleaner and brush piece come together for a low of cost $20.Works well at removing the caked on crap from both chain lube and road grime.I think I will run it again in a month or so.I also switched to their chain lube, has a slight golden colour,I found it freed up a couple of links I had that were sticky,but it also splattered lube along my rim.That got me thinking where else it was throwing it.Didn't appear to be on the tire from what I could see.
Over-all...............worth the money spent.Will likely switch back to the Spectro lube though.
 

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Thanks Brad,

I will lock this thread. The purpose of this was to give the link(which was a dead link but I fixed) to the forum area to post.
 
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