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Old 03-24-2021, 11:07 PM   #1
self_moto
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Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: Dublin/CA
Motorcycles: CBR600RR, STR, S1000RR
Name: Sergei
2014 Triumph Street Triple R

PRICE : $5500 (will consider trade for track prepped 150-400cc(ish) bike + cash depending on bike)
LOCATION : Dublin, CA
TITLE : Clean, but engine has been swapped, engine number in title doesn't match (see details below)
MILEAGE : 63040 (and will slowly increase, until sold)

Selling my trusty STR 14, which does come with some baggage.

I bought this bike from dealer in 2017, with 31k on odometer, put about 7k miles and engine blew up... (valve dropped). I've replaced it with another used engine (which had about 2k miles on it, according to ebay seller... I know, I know..).

Since engine swap I put extra 26k miles. Have old engine in crate, disassembled completely. Besides engine swap I didn't have to do anything extra, only regular maintenance - oil change every 3-5k miles, have been running oil analysis on (almost) each oil change (might skipped on one)

Service history (serviced bike by myself):
- 43k
- replaced sprockets and chain, put 525 EK chain.
- replaced fork seals ​

- 45k - installed OEM heated grips
​- 48k - valve adjustment + spark plugs replaced
​- 60k - replaced fork oil

- 62k
- valve job
- replaced spark plugs
- replaced broken reed valve
- new clutch cable (old started to wear out)
- swingarm service (basically just a re-grease, bearings were fine)
- replaced chain guard too (old one was worn out badly)

Bike mostly was used for commuting to SF and occasional weekend rides on mines rd., now it's just a weekend rides (so mileage will increase a bit). No crashes or drops while I was having this bike.

Whoever gets a bike, HAVE TO take an old engine too. There are some OEM parts, exhaust, stock tail section and some gaskets.

Bike is pretty much OEM except: SC exhaust, GB racing tail tidy and puig windscreen.

Rear shock is Ohlins, from Daytona (same year) - direct swap.
OEM heated grips (2 modes, usual stuff)
OEM tail bag (with extra mounting harness)

Currently needs tires, but I think I will put a new one in a couple of weeks.

Test rides only with M1 endorsement on license and cash in hand. You drop it - you buy it.
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Old 04-28-2021, 10:22 AM   #2
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Motorcycles: CBR600RR, STR, S1000RR
Name: Sergei
Put a new set of Metzeler M7RR on bike.
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