Triumph Daytona T595 - 1998 Startup Video


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    Jordan HillardJordan Hillard

    Dauer: 1:41

    This is a quick video of my custom 1998 T595 Daytona. I rebuilt this bike in the winter of 2017 to save it from a junkyard death. She is now with a new owner.

Dave xjs
Dave xjs

The wrong color stripped down Daytona a tragedy.

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Dave xjs
Dave xjs

Never do that its a classic and be worth £££££+Jordan Hillard in 10 years/

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Jordan Hillard
Jordan Hillard

Sorry you feel that way, but the only alternatives for this bike were to rip it apart and sell it bit by bit...or crush it!

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The motorsports project
The motorsports project

I had a 99 Suzuki sv650. I love the naked bikes

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Jordan Hillard
Jordan Hillard

The motorsports project My first street bike was a 2001 sv650n! I currently ride an 03 sv1000n.

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Mario CN
Mario CN

Exhaust.?

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Jordan Hillard
Jordan Hillard

Mario CN It’s a Black Widow under tail exhaust system. It includes an aluminum battery box to replace the factory part. The kits are hard to come by and could still cost you over $1000 today! If you’re looking for one I’d recommend buying one that’s attached to a bike. Wolf also made a kit but I believe they’re very rare as well.

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The Speed King
The Speed King

Wow, really nice video, I wonder if I could use part of this clip in a compilation video about classic superbikes? Of course with your credits on it and link to your video for people to visit your channel. I always like to ask first, thank you so much!

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Jordan Hillard
Jordan Hillard

Please feel free! I had another video of some engine revs just hanging out on my phone. I uploaded it here if you want to use it: http://youtu.be/XO24bFGMb9Q

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Jon Baker
Jon Baker

Where did you hide all the wires that were behind the stock front fairing? I'm trying to build a streetfighter similar to yours

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Jon Baker
Jon Baker

Jordan Hillard I have a 98 T595 Daytona

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Jordan Hillard
Jordan Hillard

I cut up the harness and shortened everything to the exact length that I needed.  Its a pain in the butt, but its what was necessary to keep everything clean.  I probably put 10-15 hours into modifying the harness.  What bike are you working on?

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