Daytona 675
Installation Instructions
1.
Make sure the bike is completely cool before starting the
installation. Make sure the bike is secure on a rear stand
or ideally a service lift.
2.
Remove right side fairing.
5.
Remove servo box mounting bolts.
6.
Temporarily remove right side rear set mounting hardware
to ease removal of servo box.
7.
Remove OEM muffler mounting hardware.
8.
Remove OEM muffler assembly and servo box.
Triumph
Daytona 675
Slip-On Exhaust System with S1R Exhaust Canister
Part # 005-3580405-S1
3.
Remove OEM muffler heat shields.
Parts List
Qty. Description
Part Number
1
S1R 8” Canister
1
Canister Clamp with Rubber Liner
1
Slip-on tube
1Bracket
1
Barrel Clamp
2
Spring 45mm
2
Flange Nut
1
Socket Head Screw
1
Servo Eliminator
1
Spring Puller
1
Zip-Tie
1
Anti-Seize S1R 8” Canister
005-2C-S1
005-35804S
005-358-19
005-27-61MSH
005-S45
005-FN8
005-SH816
001-ESRM-2
005-SP
005-ZT458B
031-P09175
4.
Unplug servo box located in front of the shock. Do not
turn ignition on while servo is unplugged.
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Two Brothers Racing products are intended for closed course competition
purposes only.
We recommend that this performance part be installed by a qualified
motorcycle technician. If you have any doubts as to your ability to install this
performance part, please consult with your local motorcycle dealer. Read all
instructions first before starting installation. Make sure the motorcycle and
exhaust system are completely cool before starting the installation. Also,
make sure the bike is secure on a center stand or ideally a service lift during
installation. Be sure to save all stock components for possible use later.
Warranty Information
Two Brothers Racing products are intended for closed course competition purposes only, and therefore
are sold “as is” without warranty. Two Brothers Racing specifically disclaims any warranties of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose and disclaims all responsibility for consequential and
incidental damages or any other losses arising from the use of these products or parts. Not tested for use
with OEM or aftermarket accessories.
Installation Instructions
9.
Reinstall right side rear set. Torque hardware to OEM
specifications.
14. Slide TBR slip tube and muffler assembly onto header
using supplied barrel clamp. Leave loose for now.
10. Remove OEM muffler gasket.
11. Note direction of TBR muffler clamp and install to 60mm
at points indicated in picture.
15. Attach muffler clamp to foot peg mount using stock bolt
and washer with supplied 8mm flange nut.
16. Plug supplied servo eliminator into stock receiver.
12. Attach mounting plate to clamp using supplied hardware.
Care & Cleaning / Warranty Information
Care & Cleaning
Keep system free of dirt and moisture. Store in a cool, dry place. Make sure vehicle is completely cool
before maintenance.
17. Attach servo eliminator to brake lines using supplied zip-tie.
13. Apply a thin layer of anti-seize to slip tube outlet and
attach to S1R muffler with supplied springs.
Stainless Header System: Polished stainless steel pipes will turn a light golden hue after a few heat
cycles, this is a normal characteristic of high quality stainless steel. Clean using a mild water based
spray cleaner. Always apply cleaner or polish with a soft, clean cloth.
Titanium Header System: Polished titanium pipes will experience color shift ranging from deep blue/
purple through amber after a few heat cycles. This is a normal characteristic of high quality titanium.
Clean using a mild water based spray cleaner. Always apply cleaner or polish with a soft, clean cloth.
Polished Aluminum Canisters: Use an aluminum or mag wheel polish to restore the bright finish to
factory spec.
Brushed Aluminum Canisters: Clean using a mild water based spray cleaner. Always apply cleaner or
polish with a soft, clean cloth.
18. Check for clearance and alignment, then tighten all the
bolts in this order: muffler mount, clamp bolt, and finally
barrel clamp.
19. Re-install fairings.
20. Before you run the bike, clean off all fingerprints and
dirt, as any oily residue will etch the metal and become
somewhat permanent when the system gets hot. It is
normal for some white smoke to appear the first time
you start the bike. This is packing/manufacturing oil from
inside the pipe burning off.
Carbon Fiber Canisters: Clean using a mild water based spray cleaner. Always apply cleaner or polish
with a soft, clean cloth. Always make sure the fiberglass packing inside is in good condition and not
burned out, as exhaust heat inside an empty canister will deteriorate the carbon fiber sleeve.
TBR sells repack kits (Road - #005-10038, Offroad - #005-10038MX) that include everything you need
to easily do it yourself.
Titanium Mufflers: For cleaning use a mild water based spray cleaner. Always apply cleaner or polish
with a soft, clean cloth. Always make sure the fiberglass packing inside is in good condition and not
burned out, as exhaust heat inside an empty canister will deteriorate the carbon fiber sleeve.
TBR sells repack kits (Road - #005-10038, Offroad - #005-10038MX) that include everything you need
to easily do it yourself.
Repack all road canisters every 3,000 miles. Part #005-10038
Repack all off road canisters after every 10 hours of use. Part #005-10038MX
NEVER dyno test your bike with carbon fiber or titanium canisters installed - the intense heat and lack
of cooling air can quickly burn through the canister material. Two Brothers Racing does not provide a
warranty for burned canisters.
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